Sequoyah Book Awards
The Sequoyah Book Award is the third oldest children's choice state book award in the United States.  It is sponsored by the Oklahoma Library Association. 

Students in grades 6-8 who have read or listened to at least three titles from the Intermediate Masterlist are eligible to vote for the Intermediate Sequoyah Book Award.

Students vote for their favorite title in March, and the winners are announced in April.

The Crossover by Kwame Alexander won the 2017 Intermediate Sequoyah Award. In this rhythmic, rapping verse novel, middle school basketball phenom Josh Bell and his equally talented twin brother Jordan deal with struggles on and off the court.

You can go to the official Sequoyah Book Award website for more information.

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