The Troybery Award

Marine, Cathy
January 2003
Library Media Connection;Jan2003, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p37
Trade Publication
Provides information on the reading project in Troy, Michigan in line with the celebration of March 2001 as Reading Month. Students' selection of the best young adult novel published in the form of a Troybery award; Use of a limousine service to attract students who might not be avid readers; Voting criteria.


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