2021 Abe Lincoln Book Award Nominees
Illinois Teen Readers' Choice Nominees
The Abe Lincoln Book Award is an annual award given to the author of the book voted most outstanding by students in grades nine through twelve in participating Illinois schools. This program encourages teens to read for pleasure and to become lifelong readers. Named after former President Abraham Lincoln, an avid reader and noted author, the Lincoln Award is sponsored by ISLMA (Illinois School Library Media Association) and administered by the steering committee. Each year, a panel of high school librarians, teachers, public librarians and students determines the final master list. Below are brief overviews for many of the 2021 Award Nominees for the Illinois' High School Readers' Choice Award. Students are encouraged to read and participate in Resurrection library activities and voting in conjunction with the program.
Abe Lincoln Award Digital Collage Contest Flyer - submissions due by March 15, 2021
Click on any of the books below to read a brief overview and check out the resources listed to participate.
Lincoln Award Activities at ResurrectionStudents need to read at least two of the nominated books by March to participate in related activities hosted by the Resurrection library.
In order to vote, students need to read four or more of the nominated books.
Most of the books nominated for the 2021 Abe Lincoln Book Award are available to check out through eRead Illinois or are available in the library. Check out the link above to find one of these titles.