MASL's four Readers Awards represent the best current youth literature available to students of different grade levels. Every year, MASL's Readers Award Committees work to create a preliminary list of titles that are read and voted upon by groups of Reader/Selectors to create the final list of nominees. Titles on the final list are then read and voted upon by students across Missouri to determine the recipients of the MASL Readers Awards.
Click here to view the final nominees for the 2015-2016 MASL Readers Awards.
Click here to view the preliminary nominees for the 2015-2016 MASL Readers Awards.
Click here to view the final nominees for the 2014-2015 MASL Readers Awards.
Click here to view the winners of the 2013-2014 MASL Readers Awards.
To learn more about the Readers Awards please click on the links below.
Click here to learn more about MASL's Readers Awards Book Grant Program, or to apply for a grant.
Students, teachers, librarians, and parents can recommend a book for Readers Award consideration.
Interested in getting involved with the Readers Award Committees as a Reader/Selector or 1-year Committee member? The deadline to submit an involvement interest form is May 20, 2014.
Want to nominate a student to serve as a Committee Reader/Selector? The deadline to submit a student involvement interest form is May 20, 2014.
KC3 Readers Awards
MASL's Greater Kansas City Regionsponsors areading award, the KC3 award. TheKC3 Reading Program promotes reading by providing an annual Nominee List of quality books for third graders and for special education students at this reading level. Click here to visit GKCASL's website to learn more about this award.
Missouri Library Association Readers Award
The Missouri Library Association also issues an annual award to the author and illustrator of the picture book voted most popular by preschool children in Missouri's public libraries. To learn more about the Missouri Building Block Picture Award please visit the MLA's website.
Missouri State Teachers Association Reading Circle Program
Annually the Missouri State Teachers Association issues a reading list of recommended books for Missouri students. In addition to providing this list the MSTA sponsors the Reading Circle Program, in which students who read a specified number of books receive a certificate of membership into the Reading Circle. To learn more about the Reading Circle Program please visit MSTA's website.