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Class Book Awards: Final Voting

By Beth Newingham on August 1, 2012
  • Grades: 3–5

At the end of the Class Book Awards nomination period (usually two months) all nominated books are added to a Class Book Award ballot, and each student votes for his or her two favorite books in each category.

The book (or series) that gets the most votes in each category will be the official winner of a Class Book Award.

Download a sample ballot (Microsoft Word).

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