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Handy Topics in the Curriculum Department

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Christopher Award

First presented in 1949, the Christopher Awards were established by Christopher founder Father James Keller to salute media that “affirm the highest values of the human spirit.” Their goal is to encourage men, women and children to pursue excellence in creative arenas that have the potential to influence a mass audience positively. Award winners encourage audiences to see the better side of human nature and motivate artists and the general public to use their best instincts on behalf of others.  The "Books for Young People" category was established in 1970.

Christopher Award 2024

Christopher Award 2020

Christopher Award 2017

Christopher Award 2016

Christopher Award 2015

Christopher Award 2009

Christopher Award 2008

Christopher Award 2007

Christopher Award 2006

Christopher Award 2005

Christopher Award 2004

Christopher Award 2003

Christopher Award 2002

Christopher Award 2001

Christopher Award 2000

Christopher Award 1999

Christopher Award 1997

Christopher Award 1996

Christopher Award 1995

Christopher Award 1994

Christopher Award 1993

Christopher Award 1992

Christopher Award 1991

Christopher Award 1989

Christopher Award 1988

Christopher Award 1987

Christopher Award 1986

Christopher Award 1985

Christopher Award 1984

Christopher Award 1983

Christopher Award 1982

Christopher Award 1981

Christopher Award 1980

Christopher Award 1979

Christopher Award 1978

Christopher Award 1976

Christopher Award 1975

Christopher Award 1974

Christopher Award 1973

Christopher Award 1972

Christopher Award 1971

This Handy Topic...

will help you locate the different Christopher Award books that are in our collections.  Just click on a name to go to the record!

Please note: if a title is not linked, it means that we currently do not have it in our collection.  Please check the Kearney Public Library or consider ordering it from Interlibrary Loan

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