- Bud, Not Buddy (call # Fic C87b 1999)
- Carry On, Mister Bowditch (call # Fic W35 1955)
- Criss Cross (call # Fic P47 2005)
- From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler (call # Fic K66 2002)
- Good Masters! Sweet Ladies! Voices from a Medieval Village (call # Fic S35g 2007)
- The Graveyard Book (call # Fic G35 2008)
- The Hero and the Crown (call # Fic M35h 1985)
- The Higher Power of Lucky (call # Fic P38h 2006)
- Jacob Have I Loved (call # Fic P38j 1980)
- Kira-Kira (call # Fic K33 2004)
- M.C. Higgins the Great (call # Fic H36 1999)
- Miracles on Maple Hill (call # Fic S67 2003)
- Moon over Manifest (call # Fic V36m 2010)
- Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH (call # Fic O27 1971)
- Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry (call # Fic T39 2001)
- Shadow of a Bull (call # Fic W65s 1964)
- Sounder (call # Fic A76s 1969)
- Strawberry Girl (call # Fic L46s 1973)
- The Westing Game (call # Fic R37 2003)
- The Wheel on the School (call # Fic D45 1954)
- When You Reach Me (call # Fic S74w 2009)
- The Whipping Boy (call # Fic F54w 1986)
- The Witch of Blackbird Pond (call # Fic S64 1958)
- A Wrinkle in Time (call # Fic L46 1962)
These stories tell of children growing up in the segregated South, a brother and sister who run away to live in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a boy raised by ghosts, siblings who traverse space through a tesseract, super-intelligent rats who work to save a family, and more.
The Newbery is given each year to an outstanding work of American literature for children. We have a near-complete collection of Newbery winners now. You'll find them in the Curriculum Lab on the Library's first floor.
Be aware: the check out period for Curriculum lab titles is only three days.
For more information about the Newbery winners, see the American Library Association's Newbery Medal Home Page.