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WNBA Award Supports Young Readers/Bookstores

-- Publishers Weekly, 4/28/2010 10:06:22 AM

The 2010 Pannell Award winners have been announced. Green Toad Bookstore in Oneonta, N.Y., has won in the general bookstore category; an honorable mention was awarded to Third Place Books  in Lake Forest Park, Wash. Little Shop of Stories in Decatur, Ga., won in the children's bookstore category. The awards, sponsored by the Women's National Book Association and underwritten by the Penguin Young Readers Group, go to bookstores that display creativity, responsiveness to community needs, passion, and understanding of young readers. Each winner will receive a check for $1,000 and a framed piece of original art donated this year by David Diaz and Gianna Marino. The awards will be presented during BEA at the Children's Book and Author Breakfast on May 26.

Lynn Henriksen

President, San Francisco Chapter

Women's National Book Association

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Hope springs

There is hope yet when there are still bookstores, and still organizations like the WNBA who honor them. YES! Kudos, Madam President.
I do love the new photo, Lynn. You look positively glowing and spring-like.

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...Eternal

Yes, we're all about women and children and the BOOK and those wonderful stores that still sell books, encourage authors to speak and give workshops, and assist customers - what a concept! Hope to see your book in a bookstore next year.

Thinking spring helps.