The Children's Book Council and the International Literacy Association (ILA) have announced the 2015 Children's Choices list. Since 1974, the list has been a trusted source of book recommendations for teachers, booksellers, librarians, parents, caregivers — everyone who wishes to cultivate a love of reading in young people — and children themselves.Each year, over 36,000 children from across the United States read newly-published children’s and young adult trade books and vote on their favorites. Culled from more than 500 titles, the Children’s Choices list represents the books that kids love to read.
Submissions to the Children’s Choices program may become finalists in the Children’s Choice Book Awards, the only national book awards program where the winning titles are selected by children and teens.
The 2015 Children’s Choices list is available here, and lists from previous years are available here.