The American Library Association Youth Media Awards, including the prestigious Coretta Scott King Book, Caldecott, Newbery, and Printz Awards, are selected by committees composed of librarians and other literature and media experts and represent very the best literature and media for youth. In the world of children's publishing, the Youth Media Awards press conference is one of the most anticipated events of the year.
The 2019 Youth Media Award announcements will take place on Monday, January 28, 2019, 8:00 a.m. (PT) at the Washington Convention Center in Seattle. Fans can follow 2019 results in real-time via live webcast, or by following the hashtag #alayma.
Check out the list of all the 2018 winners. Stay tuned, we'll be announcing plans for our 2019 Youth Media Awards Pajama Party soon. Here are 2018 Pajama Party winners :
Bragging Rights: Best Pajamas
Bragging Rights: Best Snack
Bragging Rights: Best Reaction
Best Group Shot
Winner of the Random Drawing:
$100 prepaid Visa gift card.
Rules: To be entered in the 2018 YMA Pajama Party Photo Promotion, post your photos to Twitter, Instagram or the YMA Pajama Party Facebook Event with the hashtag #YMApjparty from 7:30 a.m. to midnight MST on February 12, 2018. Promotion is open only to residents of the United States. Prizes cannot be shipped to areas outside the United States. Decision of the judge is final. If you want to argue with the man who wrote “Scowler,” be our guest, but we advise against it.
DANIEL KRAUS has landed on Entertainment Weekly‘s Top 10 Books of 2015 (The Death and Life of Zebulon Finch), won two Odyssey Awards (for both Rotters and Scowler), and has been a Library Guild selection, YALSA Best Fiction for Young Adults, Parent’s Choice Gold Award winner, Bram Stoker finalist, and more. With Guillermo del Toro, he co-authored Trollhunters, which was adapted into the Emmy-winning Netflix series. Also with del Toro, he co-authored The Shape of Water, based on the same idea Kraus and del Toro created for the award-winning film version. Kraus’s work has been translated into over 15 languages. His feature films as director include Musician (2007 New York Times Critics’ Pick) and Sheriff (2006 season premiere of PBS’s Independent Lens). He lives in Chicago. Visit him at danielkraus.com.