And the nominees are….

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mp logo 2You may not see us on the red carpet, but Magination Press books shine and sparkle like stars! Magination Press released 13 titles in 2015 on the topics of perseverance, self-confidence, autism, Asperger’s, resiliency, spatial thinking, tween development, making mistakes, and emotional regulation. 

The nominees for the best of the best are… 

Best Character in a Leading Role, 2015

Stickley in Stickley Sticks to It!leaping stickley

Zane in All My Stripes happy zane

 

Girl in 1-2-3 A Calmer Me

123 calmer character

Lucy in Lucy in the CityFinal art from Lucy in the City


Polka Dot Patti in Don’t Put Yourself Down in Circus Town

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Tree in The Hugging Tree

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Best Character in a Supporting Role, 2015

Ringmaster Rick in Don’t Put Yourself Down in Circus Town

Don't Put Yourself Down in Circus Town

Owl in Lucy in the City

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Mama Z in All My Stripes

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Boy in The Hugging Tree

boy hugging

Achievement in Cinematography—recognizing artists for outstanding scenes and cinematic perspective, 2015 

Nicole Wong, The Hugging Tree

hugging sceneLaura Wood, Lucy in the City

lucy scene

Jennifer Zivoin, All My Stripes

zane scene

Shelly Hehenberger, The Moment You Were Born

moment scene

Achievement in Costume Design—recognizing artists for outstanding character design and creative interpretations of lead characters, 2015

Steve Mack, Stickley Sticks to It!

stickley lion scene

Sue Cornelison, Don’t Put Yourself Down in Circus Town

circus town characters

Claire Keay,  1-2-3 A Calmer Me

123 calmer character

Janet McDonnell, What to Do When Mistakes Make You Quake

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Charles Beyl, Learning to Be Kind and Understand Differences

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Viviana Garofoli, Ouch Moments

Final page from Ouch Moments

Achievement in Directing—this year’s best how-to/self-help workbooks for kids, 2015

Judith Glasser, PhD, and Jill Menkes Kushner, MA, for Learning to Be Kind and Understand Differences

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Blythe Grossberg, PsyD, for Asperger’s Teens

Asperger's Teens by Blythe Grossberg, PsyDWendy L. Moss, PhD, for Bounce BackAPA-002-BounceBack_FrontCover_RGB

Wendy L. Moss, PhD, and Donald A. Moses, MD, for The Tween Book

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Claire A. B. Freeland, PhD, and Jacqueline B. Toner, PhD, for What to Do When Mistakes Make You Quake

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Best “Documentary” Title—this year’s best narrative or instructive picture books, 2015
 Ouch Moments by Michael Genhart, PhD

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1-2-3 A Calmer Me by Brenda S. Miles, PhD, and Colleen A. Patterson, MA

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The Moment You Were Born by Sandra Lane, SLP, and Brenda S. Miles, PhD

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Best Feature Titles—this year’s best story books, 2015

Stickley Sticks to It! by Brenda S. Miles, PhD

Stickley cover

Don’t Put Yourself Down In Circus Town by Frank J. Sileo, PhD

Don't Put Yourself Down in Circus Town

All My Stripes by Shaina Rudolph and Danielle Royer

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Lucy in the City by Julie Dillemuth, PhD

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The Hugging Tree by Jill Neimark

The Hugging Tree Achievement in Production Design —our books are only as good as the design that supports them. For outstanding design and layout, 2015

Hunt Smith Design for Bounce Back

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Hunt Smith Design for The Tween Book

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Naylor Design and Circle Graphics for Asperger’s Teens

Asperger's Teens by Blythe Grossberg, PsyD

Sandra Kimbell for What to Do When Mistakes Make You Quake

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Sue White for Learning to Be Kind and Understand Differences

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Gwen Grafft for Lucy in the City

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And, that’s all folks!  –ke

 

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