Vermont Humanities

Vermont Golden Dome Book Award

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Reading and Discussion

The Vermont Golden Dome Book Award (formerly the Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Award), created in 1957, is co-sponsored by the Vermont Parent-Teachers Association and the Vermont Department of Libraries. While a list of eligible titles is drawn up each year by educators and librarians, the winner is selected based on votes by children. The purpose of the award is to encourage young people to become enthusiastic and discriminating readers.

Books in this Series

  • Avi, Poppy and Rye
  • Carolyn Marsden, The Gold Threaded Dress
  • Karen Hesse, Just Juice
  • Natalie Kinsesy Warnock, As Long as There are Mountains

How to Book this Series

Please browse the list of available facilitators above. Then contact your chosen facilitator to discuss the timing and other details of the series. Finally, select the “Book this Series” button and fill out our online Reading & Discussion Request Form.

Book This Series

Questions?

Please contact Toussaint St. Negritude at 802-262-1361 or tstnegritude@vermonthumanities.org.

 

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Vermont Humanities*** March 16, 2018