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Sunshine State Young Readers Award (SSYRA), Sunshine State Young Readers Jr (SSRYA Jr) and Florida Teens Read (FTR)

The Sunshine State Young Readers Award program is sponsored by FAME and the Florida Department of Education for students in grades K - 8. This program was first implemented in 1983. Florida Teens Read comprises of fifteen titles that are chosen by school

Grades 3 - 5 Winner

Students have selected three top books for the year 2020-2021. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected three top books for the year 2020-2021. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected three top books for the year 2018-2019. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected three top books for the year 2018-2019. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME) The following books have been selected.

Students have selected three top books for the year 2018-2019. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME) The following books have been selected.

Students have selected one top books for the year 2015 -2016. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2014 -2015. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2013 -2014. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2012 -2013. Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2010-2011.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2009 - 2010.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2008- 2009.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2007 -  2008.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2006 -  2007.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2005 -  2006.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2004 -  2005.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

 

Students have selected one top books for the year 2002-  2003.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Students have selected one top books for the year 2001-  2002.  Students only need to read three books to vote. (SSYRA-FAME)

Grades 3 - 5 Nominee

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)

The SSYRA committee is comprised of 20 elementary and middle school librarians representing 5 FAME regions subdivided into two committees for elementary level and middle school level who choose 15 titles for each category. Students are eligible to vote by reading 3 titles from the 15 titles chosen for that year. (SSYRA-FAME)