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Margaret A. Edwards Award: 1990s

Award to author and specific body of his/her work "for significant and lasting contributions to young adult literature."

1990-1999

1990s

Winner:  Richard Peck for Are You in the House Alone?, Father Figure, The Ghost Belonged to Me, Ghosts I Have Been, Remembering the Good Times, and Secrets of the Shopping Mall


Are You in the House Alone?


Father Figure


The Ghost Belonged to Me


Ghosts I Have Been


Remembering the Good Times


Secrets of the Shopping Mall

Winner:  Robert Cormier for After the First Death, The Chocolate War, and I Am the Cheese


After the First Death


The Chocolate War


I Am the Cheese

Winner:  Lois Duncan for Killing Mr. Griffin


Killing Mr. Griffin

Winner:  Marijane Meaker for Dinky Hocker Shoots Smack!, Gentlehands, Night Kites, and Nimona.


Unger Memorial Library does not have access to any of Marijane Meaker's works at this time.

Winner:  Walter Dean Myers for Fallen Angels, Hoops, Motown & Didi, and Scorpions


Fallen Angels


Hoops


Motown & Didi


Scorpions

Winner:  Cynthia Voigt for Building Blocks; Dicey's Song; Homecoming; Izzy, Willy-Nilly; Jackaroo; The Runner; and A Solitary Blue


Building Blocks


Dicey's Song


Homecoming


Izzy, Willy-Nilly

Jackaroo

The Runner

A Solitary Blue

Winner:  Judy Blume for Forever


Forever

Winner:  Gary Paulsen for CanyonsThe Crossing; Dancing Carl; Hatchet; The Winter Room; and Woodsong


Canyons


The Crossing


Dancing Carl


Hatchet


The Winter Room


Woodsong

Winner:  Madeleine L'Engle for Meet the Austins; A Ring of Endless Light; A Swiftly Tilting Planet; and A Wrinkle in Time


Meet the Austins


A Ring of Endless Light


A Swiftly Tilting Planet


A Wrinkle in Time

Winner:  Anne McCaffrey for Dragondrums; Dragonsinger; Dragonsong; Dragonflight; Dragonquest; The Ship Who Sang; and The White Dragon


Dragondrums


Dragonsinger


Dragonsong


Dragonflight


Dragonquest


The Ship Who Sang


The White Dragon