Independent Book Blogger Awards

Welcome to the Independent Book Blogger Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2012 Independent Book Blogger Awards!

For a complete recap of the awards, including a list of the finalists in each category, please see the Goodreads blog.

Blogs: Young Adult & Children's Showing 308 blogs in this category.


Book Nerds Across America

by Mary |

Book Nerds does more than just YA but that is the majority of it.


WORD for Teens

by Nicole Brinkley |

WORD: Worthy of reading and discussing. A YA book blog updated on a daily basis, consisting of reviews, interviews, guest posts and other fun features. Current features include Friday Fronts, Feature Friday: Bookcases, and a recap of a ya lit class.


The Sagacity Quest

by Mesa |

YA book blog by 17 year old reading fanatic.


Indie Children's Authors Connection

by Tiffany |

The Indie Children's Authors Connection is a place with books and ebooks ready to be discovered. You can find reviews, interviews and info relating to independent children's authors. Plus, helpful info on writing and being an indie author.


The Book Maven's Haven

by Susan |

The Book Maven's Haven is a blog dedicated to promoting a love of books, reading and teaching by combining all three!


Reading Teen

by Amy Wicked Bookcraft |

The purpose of our blog is to provide a place where teens, parents of teens, and people who just love YA books can find reviews on books, find suggestions on what to read (and maybe what not to read), and discuss what they thought about the books.


Absolute Forest of Words

by Dawn Vanniman |

My blog centers on YA fiction, occasionally there will be a Middle Grade book, an author interview, a contest. Every Monday is a list of books being released that week and every Friday is a book trailer.


Rabbit Ears Book Blog

by Ronyell |

On this blog, I review various books that interest me including Children's books, young adult books and romance novels.


Kids Book Bin

by Wonda |

Blog about children's & YA literature created by a Children's librarian. Posts are literature related, either whimsical and fun or resources such as "Read-A-Like" lists for popular literature and themed book-lists useful for creating story-time.