Golden kite award for fiction
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Given annually by the Society of Childrens Book Writers and Illustrators since 1973, the Golden Kite Awards are the only children’s literary award judged by a jury of peers. More than 1,000 books are entered each year. The Golden Kite Awards recognize excellence in children’s literature in five categories: Young Reader and Middle Grade Fiction, Young Adult Fiction, Nonfiction, Picture Book Text, and Picture Book Illustration.
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The Golden Kites are the first children's literary award judged by a jury of peers. Middle Grade Fiction, Young Adult Fiction, Non-Fiction for Younger Readers.
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The award is a golden medallion showing a child flying a kite. Eligible books must be written or illustrated by SCBWI members, and submitted either by publishers or individuals. With the split of the Fiction award into a Middle Grade and a Young Adult award in and the split of Nonfiction into "for Younger Readers" and "for Older Readers" in , the award currently includes six categories the other two are Picture Book Text and Picture Book Illustration. In addition to the Golden Kite Award winners, honor book recipients are named by the judges. Since , the Sid Fleischman Award for excellence in humorous writing is given in conjunction with the Golden Kite Awards. The awards are given the year following publication.