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Click on the link above and check out these great book lists from the Texas Library Association for 2022. These include the Texas Bluebonnet books, Lone Star book list, Tayshas book list, 2x2 and more!
Congratulations to the 2022 winner of the Texas Bluebonnet Award
The Oldest Student: How Mary Walker Learned to Read by Rita Lorriane Hubbard and illustrated by Oge Mora
Chosen by students in Mesquite ISD as well as 63,331 students from across the state of Texas, this is truly an award winning book! Each student read at least five Texas Bluebonnet books in order to vote. In our district 1,513 students read over 7,565 books before voting for their favorite.
This inspirational story follows the life of Mary Walker, born in 1848 into slavery and freed at age 15. At age 116 she learned to read, proving that with perseverence and dedication you are never too old to learn.