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This index lists public-domain texts that have been awarded the Newbery Medal or the Newbery Honor.

The Newbery Medal is an annual award given to the author of the year's "most distinguished contribution to American literature for children". The award committee also gives a variable number of citations, retroactively named as the Newbery Honor, to leading contenders for the Medal.


Year Book Author Award Ext. Link
1922 The Story of Mankind Hendrik Willem van Loon Winner
The Great Quest Charles Boardman Hawes Honor [1][2]
Cedric the Forester Bernard Marshall Honor [3]
The Old Tobacco Shop William Bowen Honor [4]
The Golden Fleece and The Heroes Who Lived Before Achilles Padraic Colum Honor [5]
The Windy Hill Cornelia Meigs Honor
1923 The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle Hugh Lofting Winner
1924 The Dark Frigate Charles Boardman Hawes Winner [6]
1925 Tales from Silver Lands Charles Finger Winner [7]
Nicholas: A Manhattan Christmas Story Annie Carroll Moore Honor [8]
The Dream Coach Anne Parrish & Dillwyn Parrish Honor [9]
1926 The Voyagers: Being Legends and Romances of Atlantic Discovery Padraic Colum Honor [10]
1929 Clearing Weather Cornelia Meigs Honor [11]
Tod of the Fens Elinor Whitney Field Honor [12][13]
1930 The Jumping-Off Place Marian Hurd McNeely Honor [14][15]
1931 Spice and the Devil's Cave Agnes Hewes Honor [16][17]
1934 The ABC Bunny Wanda Gág Honor [18][19]
New Land Sarah Lindsay Schmidt Honor [20]
The Big Tree of Bunlahy Padraic Colum Honor [21]
1935 A Day On Skates: The Story of a Dutch Picnic Hilda van Stockum Honor [22]
1940 Runner of the Mountain Tops: The Life of Louis Agassiz Mabel Robinson Honor [23][24]
1947 The Heavenly Tenants William Maxwell Honor [25]
1948 The Quaint and Curious Quest of Johnny Longfoot Catherine Besterman Honor [26][27]
1949 My Father's Dragon Ruth S. Gannett Honor [28][29]
1950 The Blue Cat of Castle Town Catherine Coblentz Honor [30][31]
1952 The Defender Nicholas Kalashnikoff Honor [32]
1964 It's Like This, Cat Emily Cheney Neville Winner [33][34]