TC&TBC’s Top 10 Favorite Books of 2009 for Kids, Tweens and Teens

The Book Connection recently posted its Top 10 Favorite Books of 2009, and we’re going to do that now too.  While choosing only 10 out of all the books we reviewed in 2009 is tough, we’re going to give it our best shot and then hand out a few honorable mentions.

Feel free to share some favorites of your own!

TC&TBC’s Top 10 Favorite Books of 2009 for Kids, Tweens and Teens

10. Princess Tea by Janeen Sarlin

  9. Wenda the Wacky Wiggler by Christopher Aslan

   8. One Noble Journey by Dixie Phillips

   7. Katie & Kimble: The Magic Wish by Linda Thieman

   6. State of Quarries by Elysabeth Eldering

   5. The Legend of the Golden Monkey by Renee Hand

   4. Across the Pond by Storyheart

   3. Just Breeze by Beverly Stowe McClure

   2. The Secret of the Sacred Scarab by Fiona Ingram

   1. It’s Not About Me by Michelle Sutton

Honorable Mentions

Slob by Ellen Potter

Cynthia’s Attic: The Magician’s Castle by Mary Cunningham

The Peril of the Sinister Scientist by Janet Ann Collins

Freckleface and the Dodgeball Bully by Julianne Moore

Colonel Trash Truck by Kathleen Crawley

A Talent for Quiet by Kim Chatel

The Puzzle King by Nadia Cordelia Craft

Moonbeam Dreams by Gina Browning

Jamie’s Dream by Susan Berger



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16 thoughts on “TC&TBC’s Top 10 Favorite Books of 2009 for Kids, Tweens and Teens

  1. I too was surprized to see one of my books as the top 10. Cheryl, I’ve been told #4 – State of Altitude – is my best one yet, so can’t wait for you to read State of Reervations and State of Altitude when available. Thanks for reviewing my books.

    Congrats to everyone who is listed in the top 10 and the honorable mentions; that says something about the taste here. Very picky – lol. Looking forward to a great new year and hopefully more books in this list.

  2. What a wonderful honor. Just Breeze and I thank you. Congratulations, everyone. May 2010 be a very special year for each of you.

    Beverly and Breeze

  3. Wow! I feel so honored to be an honorable mention. I have a rough idea in my head of how many books you read each year, so I am thrilled to be included on this list Thank you and a joy filled 2010 to you.

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  5. Thank you, Cheryl, for including Katie & Kimble: The Magic Wish in your Top 10. You must be very influential–someone just contacted me based on your Top 10 list! I noticed that some of my favorite authors are also on the list! It’s an honor!

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