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Book Awards

2009 Middle East Book Award Recipients Showcase New Writers and Forms From Morocco to Afghanistan, from email friendship to old-fashioned letters, from the Holocaust to the Iranian Revolution, this year’s MEOC Middle East Book award winners cover a lot of ground. Award recipients were announced at the MEOC annual business meeting at the Middle East
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The Middle East Outreach Council (MEOC) has announced its 2008 Middle East book awards recipients. Awards recipients were provisionally announced at the MEOC Annual Business Meeting at the Middle East Studies Association conference held in Washington, DC, in November 2008. The 2008 MEOC award recipients are: PICTURE BOOK CATEGORY (Winner) Silent Music: A Story of Baghdad,
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Established in 1999, the Middle East Book Award recognizes quality books for children and young adults that contribute meaningfully to an understanding of the Middle East and its component societies and cultures. Books are judged on the authenticity of their portrayal of a Middle Eastern subject, as well as on characterization, plot, and appeal for
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