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Here is the list! Now in its fourth year, the In the Margins Juvenile latino s who love deep ass invasion committee has released its full list of winners. The book award committee identifies quality and meaningful resources for librarians and library workers who work Juvenile latino s who love deep ass invasion teens in lockdown, foster care, homeless shelters, and other nontraditional venues in the margins.

The full list of the 25 chosen titles and its top 10 books can be found on the committee website. See the press release below for more information. In a world hungry for diversity in books, we strive to find small press and independent titles and bring them to light, while also acknowledging titles that may be more popular in the US and Canada but specifically resonate with youth living in the margins. The winning title is: Wanting to belong, be part of a loving family and yet facing uncertainty in so many ways is a constant struggle for far too many of our youth.

This is a book which hauntingly highlights the consequences of a few bad decisions easily made by young people. The relevance of this book, in the face of the opioid crisis facing so many communities is undeniable. However, throughout the discussions and as the year progressed, we realized that many of our youth were selecting this book to read and were recognizing so many areas of commonality with their own lives and experiences.

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Across the continent, young adults face the desperation of racial inequality, social upheaval and economic disparity. Through Juvenile latino s who love deep ass invasion, our young people can find solace in knowing that their struggles are the struggles of others. Most of us who work with marginalized youth are regularly amazed and inspired by the conversations and comments our kids make about the books that they read.

There is nothing more heartwarming than seeing a group of teenage boys debating the qualities of books in a juvenile detention center library. It is incumbent upon us, as librarians, to provide them with the books that will continue to ignite their enthusiasm for reading.

In the Margins identifies quality and meaningful resources for librarians and library workers who work with teens in lockdown, foster care, homeless shelters, and other non-traditional venues living in the margins.

Sabrina Carnesi, School Librarian: Atlanta Public Schools, GA.

The selection committee, operating under Library Services for Youth in Custody, selected these winning works among books by, for, and about kids living in the margins. Many of the books selected were either self-published or released by small presses. Girls in Justice by Richard Ross.

For more info about the award, the winning titles, the Top Ten list, and annotations, see the official press release below. The Audacity of Despair and a Message of Hope by Tewhan Butler as well as a list of Top Ten, an official list of books by, for and about kids living in the margins.


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