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The ink-shed of the first round is over and the books that have moved on have new matches to gather their strength for. Check back regularly to find all the NHYA 2011 second round decisions.

July 11th: Fiction State of Mind judged ‘The Red Umbrella’ by Christina Gonzalezand ‘Five Flavors of Dumb’ by Anthony John.

‘Five Flavours of Dumb’ by Anthony John moves on.

July 13th: Parenthetical and My Library Card Wore Out judged ‘Tall Story’ by Candy Gourlay and ‘Toads and Diamonds’ by Heather Tomlinson.

‘Toads and Diamonds’ by Heather Tomlinson moves on.

July 15th: Book Nest and Booked Up judged ‘Dark Water’ by Laura McNeal and ‘The Dark Days of Hamburger Halpin’ by Josh Berk.

‘Dark Water’ by Laura McNeal moves on.

July 18th: things mean a lot and Bonjour, Cass! judged ‘A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend’ by Emily Horner and ‘Dirty Little Secrets’ by C J Omololu

‘A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend’ moves on.

June 20th: Emily’s Reading Room judged ‘How I Made it to Eighteen’ by Tracy White and ‘The Kid Table’ by Andrea Seigel.

‘How I Made it to Eighteen’ by Tracy White moves on.

July 22nd: The Reshelf judged ‘What Momma Left Me’ by Renee Watson and ’8th Grade Superzero’ by Olugbemisola Rhuday Perkovich.

‘What Momma Left Me’ by Renee Watson moves on.

July 25th: Regular Rumination judged ‘Jumpstart the World’ by Catherine Ryan Hyde and ‘Pull’ by B A Binns.

‘Jumpstart the World’ by Catherine Ryan Hyde moves on.

July 27th: Reading Frenzy and Lisa the Nerds judged ‘Bleeding Violet’ by Dia Reeves and ‘Abe in Arms’ by Pegi Deitz Shea.

‘Bleeding Violet’ by Dia Reeves moves on.

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