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Collection Development Statement
The Texas Bluebonnet Award Master List includes titles for grades 3 – 6 and is not designed to support any particular curriculum. Librarians are not required or expected to purchase every book on the list to participate in the voting program. Due to the diversity in age range and topics, librarians should follow their collection development policies and guidelines when considering which titles to purchase for their library.

Cumulative list of all Texas Bluebonnet Master List titles, 1980-2022, winners marked with *: Full list

Cumulative Texas Bluebonnet Master List titles 1980-2019 (Printable)

TBA Past Winners, Luncheons, Committees and more (Printable)

 

Winners of Texas Bluebonnet Awards (Printable):

2023: Memoirs of a Tortoise, by Devin Scillian; illustrated by Tim Bowers.

2022: The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read, by Rita Lorraine Hubbard; illustrated by Oge Mora

2021: If I Built a School by Chris Van Dusen

2020: El Chupacabras by Adam Rubin; illustrated by Crash McCreery

2019: Sergeant Reckless: The True Story of the Little Horse Who Became a Hero by Patricia McCormick

2018: The Last Kids on Earth by Max Brallier

2017: Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson

2016: When the Beat Was Born: DJ Kool Herc and the Creation of Hip Hop by Laban Carrick Hill

2015: The Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt

2014: Ten Rules You Absolutely Must Not Break if you Want to Survive the School Bus by John Grandits

2013: Postcards from Camp by Simms Taback

2012: The Strange Case of the Origami Yoda by Tom Angleberger

2011: The Uglified Ducky by Willy Claflin; illustrated by James Stimson

2010: Help Me, Mr. Mutt! by Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel

2009: One Potato, Two Potato by Cynthia DeFelice & Andrea U’Ren (illustrator)

2008: Down Girl and Sit: On the Road by Lucy Nolan

2007: Ghost Fever/Mal de Fantasma by Joe Hayes

2006: Seadogs: An Epic Ocean Operetta by Lisa Wheeler and Mark Siegel

2005: Togo by Robert Blake

2004: Shoeless Joe and Black Betsy by Phil Bildner

2003: The Golden Mare, the Firebird, and the Magic Ring by Ruth Sanderson

2002: Because of Winn-Dixie by Kate DiCamillo

2001: Cook-A-Doodle-Doo! by Janet Stevens and Susan Stevens Crummel

2000: The Ghost of Fossil Glen by Cynthia DeFelice

1999: Verdi by Janell Cannon

1998: Tornado by Betsy Byars

1997: Math Curse by Jon Scieszka

1996: Time For Andrew: A Ghost Story by Mary Downing Hahn

1995: The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales by Jon Scieszka

1994: Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

1993: The Houdini Box by Brian Selznick

1992: Snot Stew by Bill Wallace

1991: Aliens for Breakfast by Jonathan Etra & Stephanie Spinner

1990: There’s a Boy in the Girl’s Bathroom by Louis Sachar

1989: Wait ‘Til Helen Comes by Mary Downing Hahn

1988: Christina’s Ghost by Betty Ren Wright

1987: The Hot and Cold Summer by Johanna Hurwitz

1986: The Dollhouse Murders by Betty Ren Wright

1985: Skinnybones by Barbara Park

1984: Nothing’s Fair in Fifth Grade by Barthe DeClements

1983: A Dog Called Kitty by Bill Wallace

1982: Superfudge by Judy Blume

1981: Ramona and Her Father by Beverly Cleary

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