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Vote for the 2015 Milner Award winner at www.themilneraward.org

The Milner Award encourages children to read by empowering them to select their favorite authors and then bring them to Atlanta for the Milner Award Program each year. School children and their teachers and media specialists have the opportunity to come to the free program to meet the author in person and hear them speak. The winning author is chosen by votes gathered both in the elementary schools and in the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System branches.
 
Past Winners

2013 Jeff Kinney
2012 Dan Gutman
2011 Rick Riordan
2010 Kate DiCamillo
2009 Margie Palatini
2008 David Shannon
2007 Megan McDonald
2006 Laura Numeroff
2005 Helen Lester

Vote Now for the 2015 Winner! Here’s How it Works:

  • Vote once for your favorite author by April 1, 2015
  • Vote by ballot at your school or library or online at www.themilneraward.org
  • Author must be living and cannot have won before (see list of past winners on website)
  • The school with the most votes will be given front-row seating and one lucky student will present the award to the winning author for the fall program


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