Well, Thanksgiving is over at Chez Gauthier, for which I am very grateful. Not that I didn't enjoy it. But the three plus days of preparation spread over a couple of weeks, as well as the six hours of socializing has left me exhausted in a satisfying sort of way.
Fortunately, I planned to be tired this weekend. Over the next few days I'm going to be posting links to the Cybil nominees I happen to have read this year. I'm starting with picture books and working my way up in age because I am extremely linear, and this was the line I could most easily find.
First off we have three nonfiction nominees:
Jimi: Sounds Like A Rainbow--A Story of the Young Jimi Hendrix by Gary Golio with illustrations by Javaka Steptoe.
Lincoln Tells a Joke by Kathleen Krull and Paul Brewer with illustrations by Stacy Innerst.
The Extraordinary Mark Twain (According to Suzy) by Barbara Kerley with illustrations by Edwin Fotheringham.
And my one fiction nominee:
Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton with illustrations by Tom Lichtenheld.
Now I have to find a vacant spot on which to collapse.