Eliot Rosewater Indiana High School Book Award (Rosie Award)

The "Rosie Award" is chosen annually by students across Indiana in grades nine through twelve. Students at participating high schools and public libraries who read any of approximately 20 nominated books are eligible to rate each book they've read. Ballots are available on the Rosie website.

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All the Bright Places
Book - 2015 Winner, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Jennifer Niven
Available in some locations
A Time to Dance
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Padma Venkatraman
Available in some locations
Avalon
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Mindee Arnett
Available in some locations
Belzhar
Book - 2015 | Spanish Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Meg Wolitzer
Available in some locations
Dear Killer
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Katherine Ewell
Available in some locations
Don't Look Back
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Jennifer L. Armentrout
Available in some locations
Fake ID
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: L.R. Giles
Available in some locations
Faking Normal
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Courtney C. Stevens
Available in some locations
Gabi, A Girl in Pieces
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Isabel Quintero
Available in some locations
Half Bad
Book - 2014 Nominee, 2016-2017 Rosie Award, 2017
Nominees: Sally Green
Available in some locations
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