An Annual Award for the Best Book as Chosen by the Students of Kentucky

The Kentucky Bluegrass Award is a student choice program. The KBA promotes and encourages Kentucky students in kindergarten through grade 12 to read a variety of quality literature. All Kentucky public and private schools, as well as public libraries, are welcome to participate in the program.

Voting Now Open

The tally form is now available and votes are being accepted for the 2014-2015 Kentucky Bluegrass Award Master List books. The form is available here.

2015 Kentucky Bluegrass Award Luncheon

Save the date for the 2015 Kentucky Bluegrass Award Luncheon to be held September 19, 2015, during the KLA/KASL Annual Conference at the Galt House in Louisville.

Barry Lyga, author of the 2014 9-12 KBA winning title, I Hunt Killers, will be the featured speaker. Please advertise the lunch and share this flier.

The Kentucky Bluegrass Award program is graciously supported by the Kentucky Reading Association, the Kentucky Association of School Librarians, and the Kentucky Department of Library and Archives. Please consult the KBA Partners page for more information about these generous supporters.