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The Street Lit Book Award Medal Committee comprises of a group of volunteer librarians and library workers from across the U.S. who work with Street Lit and its readers in public and school libraries. The Committee collected, discussed, and nominated titles based on library patron popularity, book club interest, and overall reception of the story as a valuable addition to the Street Literature genre. Three rounds of nominations resulted in the following winners for 2010 publications: 

2011 Street Lit Book Award Medal Winner is: Decoded by Jay-Z

Honor Books (in order of scoring):

Damaged by Kia DuPree

Welfare Wifeys by K'wan

The Streets Keep Calling by Chunichi

Diary of a Young Girl by Mark Anthony 

A full write up of the awards with committee comments and committee member bios can be accessed at the Street Literature blog,

 http://www.streetliterature.com

Tags: Awards, Reviews, Street Lit

<i>Decoded</i> by Jay-Z
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Fri, June 03, 2011
Awesome job i am really appreciate like this job. Thanks
kathryn bigelow - Long Island City
Fri, July 22, 2011
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Tha Good Life Reviews - NYC
Fri, July 22, 2011
is superbly written. I'm glad Jay-Z won an award.
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Thu, September 22, 2011
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