Video from BGHB Awards — September 30, 2011

The 2011 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award ceremony has been divided into twelve YouTube video segments. For more images, visit our page of photos from the ceremony, book signing, and The Horn Book at Simmons colloquium.


Cathryn Mercier opens the 2011 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards ceremony (3:10):


Roger Sutton opens the 2011 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards ceremony (8:49):


Martin Jenkins and Andrea Thompa (speaking for Vicky White) accept award for Can We Save the Tiger? (7:35):


Stewart Ross and Andrea Thompa (speaking for Stephen Biesty) accept an award for Into the Unknown (5:49):


Steve Sheinkin accepts the 2011 BGHB Nonfiction Award for The Notorious Benedict Arnold (16:18):


Joyce Sidman and Rick Allen accept a 2011 BGHB Picture Book Honor award for Dark Emperor (6:34):


Jacqueline Woodson and Sophie Blackall accept a 2011 BGHB Honor award for Pecan Pie Baby (7:00):


Sally Mavor accepts the 2011 BGHB Picture Book award for Pocketful of Posies (13:18):


Kira Lynn (speaking for Atinuke) accepts a 2011 BGHB Fiction Honor award for Anna Hibiscus (2:48):


Franny Billingsley accepts a 2011 BGHB Fiction Honor award for Chime (8:29):


Tim Wynne-Jones accepts the 2011 BGHB Fiction award for Blink & Caution (16:15):


Roger Sutton’s closing remarks at the 2011 Boston Globe-Horn Book Awards ceremony (0:47):

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  1. Wah! You taunt me! It doesn’t play in Norway!

    • Lolly Robinson Lolly Robinson says:

      Sorry, that was our error, not Norway’s. I just fixed the permissions so they should all work now.

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