The paperback of Little Brother is out, and it's already started to attract some top honors. My publicist at Tor just sent the following::
* I am pleased to announce that LITTLE BROTHER by Cory Doctorow has been nominated for the 2011 Young Readers Choice Award, the oldest children’s choice award and sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Library Association (www.pnla.org).
*The New York Public Library’s “Books for the Teen Age” has been renamed “Stuff for the Teen Age” and as such LITTLE BROTHER by Cory Doctorow has made the list under the category “For Guys”.
* Nominated for the ALA Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults 2011 list: Crime Scene Category:
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“I can talk about Little Brother in terms of its bravura political speculation or its brilliant uses of technology — each of which make this book a must-read — but, at the end of it all, I’m haunted by the universality of Marcus’s rite-of-passage and struggle, an experience any teen today is going to grasp: the moment when you choose what your life will mean and how to achieve it.
Steven C. Gould, author of Jumper