Newbery Medal

Newbery Medal

Die Newbery Medal ist ein US-amerikanischer Literaturpreis, der seit 1922 von der Association for Library Service to Children, einer Untergruppe der American Library Association, vergeben wird. Zusammen mit der Caldecott Medal ist dieser Preis der prestigeträchtigste Preis für Kinder- und Jugendliteratur in den USA. Der Preis ist nach John Newbery, einem Publizisten des 18. Jahrhunderts und Errichter der ersten Büchereien, benannt.

Es werden jedes Jahr ein Hauptpreis (Newbery Medal) und mehrere Ehrenauszeichnungen (Newbery Honor) verliehen.



1922 bis 1949

  • 1922: Hendrik Willem van Loon, The Story of Mankind
  • 1923: Hugh Lofting, The Voyages of Doktor Dolittle
  • 1924: Charles Hawes, The Dark Frigate
  • 1925: Charles Finger, Tales from Silver Lands
  • 1926: Arthur Bowie Chrisman, Shen of the Sea
  • 1927: Will James, Smoky the Cow Horse
  • 1928: Dhan Gopal Mukerji, Gayneck, the Story of a Pigeon
  • 1929: Eric P. Kelly, The Trumpeter of Krakow
  • 1930: Rachel Field, Hitty, Her First Hundred Years
  • 1931: Elizabeth Coatsworth, The Cat Who Went to Heaven
  • 1932: Laura Adams Armer, Waterless Mountain
  • 1933: Elizabeth Foreman Lewis, Young Fu of the Upper Yangtze
  • 1934: Cornelia Meigs, Invincible Louisa
  • 1935: Monica Shannon, Dobry
  • 1936: Carol Ryrie Brink, Caddie Woodlawn
  • 1937: Ruth Sawyer, Roller Skates
  • 1938: Kate Seredy, The White Stag
  • 1939: Elizabeth Enright, Thimble Summer
  • 1940: James Daugherty, Daniel Boone
  • 1941: Armstrong Sperry, Call It Courage
  • 1942: Walter D. Edmonds, The Matchlock Gun
  • 1943: Elizabeth Gray Vining, Adam of the Road
  • 1944: Esther Forbes, Johnny Tremain
  • 1945: Robert Lawson, Rabbit Hill
  • 1946: Lois Lenski, Strawberry Girl
  • 1947: Carolyn Sherwin Bailey, Miss Hickory
  • 1948: William Pene du Bois, The Twenty-One Balloons
  • 1949: Marguerite Henry, King of the Wind

1950 bis 1974

  • 1950: Marguerite de Angeli, The Door in the Wall
  • 1951: Elizabeth Yates, Amos Fortune, Free Man
  • 1952: Eleanor Estes, Ginger Pye
  • 1953: Ann Nolan Clark, Secret of the Andes
  • 1954: Joseph Krumgold, And Now Miguel
  • 1955: Meindert DeJong, The Wheel on the School
  • 1956: Jean Lee Latham, Carry On, Mr. Bowditch
  • 1957: Virginia Sorenson, Miracles on Maple Street
  • 1958: Harold Keith, Rifles for Watie
  • 1959: Elizabeth George Speare, The Witch of Blackbird Pond
  • 1960: Joseph Krumgold, Onion John
  • 1961: Scott O’Dell, Insel der blauen Delphine (Island of the Blue Dolphins)
  • 1962: Elizabeth George Speare, The Bronze Bow
  • 1963: Madeleine L’Engle, Die Zeitfalte (A Wrinkle in Time)
  • 1964: Emily Cheney Neville, It's Like This, Cat
  • 1965: Maia Wojciechowska, Shadow of a Bull
  • 1966: Elizabeth Borton de Treviño, I, Juan de Pareja
  • 1967: Irene Hunt, Up a Road Slowly
  • 1968: E. L. Konigsburg, From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler
  • 1969: Lloyd Alexander, The High King
  • 1970: William H. Armstrong, Sounder
  • 1971: Betsy Byars, Summer of the Swans
  • 1972: Robert C. O’Brien, Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH
  • 1973: Jean Craighead George, Julie von den Wölfen (Julie of the Wolves)
  • 1974: Paula Fox, The Slave Dancer

1975 bis 1999

  • 1975: Virginia Hamilton, M. C. Higgins, the Great
  • 1976: Susan Cooper, The Grey King (Der graue König)
  • 1977: Mildred Taylor, Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry
  • 1978: Katherine Paterson, Die Brücke ins andere Land (Bridge to Terabithia)
  • 1979: Ellen Raskin, The Westing Game
  • 1980: Joan Blos, A Gathering of Days: A New England Girl's Journal
  • 1981: Katherine Paterson, Jacob Have I Loved (Aber Jakob habe ich geliebt)
  • 1982: Nancy Willard, A Visit to William Blake's Inn
  • 1983: Cynthia Voigt, Dicey's Song
  • 1984: Beverly Cleary, Dear Mr. Henshaw
  • 1985: Robin McKinley, The Hero and the Crown (Die Heldenkrone)
  • 1986: Patricia MacLachlan, Sarah, Plain and Tall
  • 1987: Sid Fleischman The Whipping Boy
  • 1988: Russell Freedman, Lincoln: A Photobiography
  • 1989: Paul Fleischman, Joyful Noise: Poems for Two Voices
  • 1990: Lois Lowry, Number the Stars (Wer zählt die Sterne)
  • 1991: Jerry Spinelli, Maniac Magee (East End, West End und dazwischen Maniac Magee)
  • 1992: Phyllis Reynolds Naylor, Shiloh (Shiloh)
  • 1993: Cynthia Rylant, Missing May (Auf immer, May)
  • 1994: Lois Lowry, The Giver (Hüter der Erinnerung)
  • 1995: Sharon Creech, Walk Two Moons (Salamancas Reise)
  • 1996: Karen Cushman, The Midwife’s Apprentice (Alyce und keine andere)
  • 1997: E. L. Konigsburg, The View from Saturday (Der Club der klugen Kinder)
  • 1998: Karen Hesse, Out of the Dust
  • 1999: Louis Sachar, Löcher (Holes)

Seit 2000

  • 2000: Christopher Paul Curtis, Bud, Not Buddy (Buddys Song)
  • 2001: Richard Peck, A Year Down Yonder
  • 2002: Linda Sue Park, A Single Shard
  • 2003: Avi, Crispin: The Cross of Lead
  • 2004: Kate DiCamillo, The Tale of Despereaux (Despereaux)
  • 2005: Cynthia Kadohata, Kira-Kira (Kira-Kira)
  • 2006: Lynne Rae Perkins, Criss Cross
  • 2007: Susan Patron, The Higher Power of Lucky
  • 2008: Laura Amy Schlitz, Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Village
  • 2009: Neil Gaiman, Das Graveyard-Buch (The Graveyard Book)
  • 2010: Rebecca Stead, When You Reach Me
  • 2011: Clare Vanderpool, Moon Over Manifest

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