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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Little Brother is a scarily realistic adventure about how homeland security technology could be abused to wrongfully imprison innocent Americans. A teenage hacker-turned-hero pits himself against the government to fight for his basic freedoms. This book is action-packed with tales of courage, technology, and demonstrations of digital disobedience as the technophile’s civil protest.
Andrew "bunnie" Huang, author of Hacking the Xbox