Texas State University
Texas State University College of Education developed The TomÃ¡s Rivera Mexican American Children's Book Award to honor authors and illustrators who create literature that depicts the Mexican American experience. The award was established in 1995 and was named in honor of Dr. TomÃ¡s Rivera, a distinguished alumnus of Texas State University.
This award will be given annually to the author/illustrator of the most distinguished book for children and young adults that authentically reflects the lives and experiences of Mexican Americans in the United States.
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Georges Bugnet Award for Fiction
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