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Awards

Chicago Public LibraryÂ’s Best of the Best books WINNER

IRA Children’s Choices WINNER

Kid’s Indie Next List “Inspired Recommendations for Kids from Indie Booksellers” WINNER 2009

Skipping Stone Honor Award WINNER 2009

Connecticut Nutmeg Children’s Book Master List NOMINEE

Florida Sunshine State Book Award NOMINEE

Illinois Rebecca Caudill Young Readers Award NOMINEE

Indiana Young Hoosier Award NOMINEE

Indiana Young Hoosier Master List NOMINEE 2011

Iowa High School Book Award NOMINEE

Kansas William White Award NOMINEE

Kentucky Bluegrass Award NOMINEE

Nebraska Golden Sower Award NOMINEE

New Hampshire Great Stone Face Children’s Book Award NOMINEE

Rhode Island Children’s Book Award NOMINEE

South Carolina Junior Book Award NOMINEE

Vermont Dorothy Canfield Fischer Book Award NOMINEE

IRA–CBC Children’s Choice FINALIST

Praise

Starred Review, School Library Journal, January 2009:
“This well-written and smoothly plotted story, with fully realized characters, will certainly appeal to mystery lovers.”

Review, The New York Times Book Review, February 15, 2009:
"Not many authors are equally successful at writing books for adults and children, but Carl Hiaasen seems to have made an effortless transition … The ingenious plotting makes SCAT more engrossing than either of its predecessors."

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