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The Chicago Tribune Young Adult Fiction Prize honors the author of a book or body of work that the Chicago Tribune deems worthy for a young adult audience. Books or bodies of work in consideration should address themes especially relevant to adolescents, and speak to their role and significance in society. Books or bodies of work must be fiction, and should be of high literary merit. The Chicago Tribune presented the first annual Young Adult Book Prize at the Chicago Humanities Festival on October 26, 2002. Terms and Criteria.

2012

John Green. Body of work.

2011

Joan Bauer. Body of work.

2010

Walter Dean Myers. Body of work.

2009

Neil Gaiman. Body of work.

2008

S. E. Hinton. Body of work.

2007

Gary Paulsen. Body of work.

2006

Kate diCamillo. Body of work.

2005

Park, Linda Sue. Project Mulberry.

2004

Balliet, Blue. Chasing Vermeer.

2003

Lowry, Lois. The Silent Boy.

2002

Peck, Richard. Fair Weather: A Novel.

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