Library display postcard: print out the 2015 shortlist postcard for expert recommended reading for your patrons!
Library display handout: showcase the 2015 shortlist with this 8.5"x11" display sign!
Andrew Carnegie Medals Finalists Bookmark: Download the two-sided bookmark, which showcases the most current finalists and explains the award, to share with your staff, patrons, and bibliophiles! (Prints two-sided in color at 8.5" x 11", 3 bookmarks per page.)
Resource Guide: Making the most of the Andrew Carnegie Medals for Excellence in Fiction and Nonfiction in your library, bookstore, and reading group.
Discussion Guides: Need a new title for your book group?
Stay tuned! RUSA's Notable Books Council will be creating a book group discussion guide for the 2015 Andrew Carnegie medal winners after the announcements in June!
2014 Winner Discussion Guides:
Print them out here for your next book club meeting!
The American Library Association offers resources on how to form a book group, how to structure a meeting, how to select books and how to facilitate a meaningful literary discussion. For more information visit ala.org/tools/atoz/book-discussion-grps.
Andrew Carnegie Medals, author videos: Watch finalists and winners comment on their shortlist nominations, speak on the importance of libraries, and extol the power of librarians.
- Junot Díaz, author of This Is How You Lose Her and Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction 2013 finalist
- Louise Erdrich, author of The Round House and Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction 2013 finalist
- Anne Enright, author of The Forgotten Waltz and Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction 2012 winner
- Russell Banks, author of Lost Memory of Skin and Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction 2012 finalist
- Karen Russell, author of Swamplandia! and Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Fiction 2012 finalist
- James Gleick, author of The Information: A History, A Theory, A Flood and Andrew Carnegie Medal for Excellence in Nonfiction 2012 finalist