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Gold medal winner for Juvenile Fiction - Early Reader/1st Chapter books: 'Zeke Meeks vs. the Putrid Puppet Pals', by D. L. Green

Gold medal winner for Non-Fiction - Young Adult: 'Little Rock Girl 1957: How a Photograph Changed the Fight for Integration', by Shelley Tougas

Zeke Meeks vs the Gruesome Girls: D.L. Green, Josh Alves: 9781404872219: Amazon.com: Books

Gold medal winner for Multicultural Non-Fiction - Young Adult: 'Raven Finds the Daylight', by P. Levitt & E. S. Guralnick; illustrated by C. Roche

Gold medal winner (tie) for Picture Book - All Ages: 'Good People Everywhere', by Lynea Gillen; illustrated by Kristina Swarner (Three Pebble Press, LLC)

Gold medal winner for Young Adult Fiction - Horror/Mystery: 'Immortal Longings: A Vampire Novel', by Diane DeKelb-Rittenhouse

Gold medal winner for Best First Book - Picture Book: 'The Ice Cream Hotel', by Jack Johnston; illustrated by Annette Cable

Gold medal winner for Health Issues: 'Grandpa Monty’s Muddles', by Marta Zafrilla; illustrated by Miguel Angel Diez

Gold medal winner for Mind-Body-Spirit/Self-Esteem: 'Knees: The Mixed-Up World of a Boy with Dyslexia', by Vanita Oelschlager; illustrated by Joe Rossi

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The Best of 2012 Children's Books according to the New York Times