The Flume: NH Teen Reader’s Choice Award (Gr. 9-12)

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What Is It?

The Flume: NH Teen Reader’s Choice Award was created in 2005 in response to a New Hampshire teen’s request to have a book award geared towards high school students. This award is a state-wide venture led by a collaborative effort from school and public librarians. Each year teens nominate titles, published within the last two years, they think deserve to be recognized. Librarians narrow the group of titles to a shorter list. Teens then vote for the winning title from that list.

What’s The Nomination Criteria?

Titles must be nominated by teens in grades 9-12, can be fiction or nonfiction books, with appeal to this age group. They must have a publication date within the last two years. If the book is part of a series, it must be able to stand alone, meaning a reader doesn’t have to read the other books in the series to understand what’s going on.

Past Winners and Nominees

2006 – present


For Teens (Grades 9-12)

Teens!  Have you read a great book for teens, published in the last two years?  
Nominate your favorite to be considered for a Flume Award!

Teens, your help is needed to choose the 2015 Flume Award winner!
Read the books on the Fall 2015 nominees list, then cast your vote for the book you think deserves to be the winner. See your local librarian for more details!

For Librarians

2015 Fall Flume Award

Fall 2015 Flume Award Voting Form
Voting Deadline: Friday, October 23, 2015


Flume Wiki

Nancy Keane’s 2015 Flume LibGuide


Fall 2015 Downloads

Fall 2015 nominees brochure .pdf or .doc
Fall 2015 bookmark voting slip (.pdf)

Flume Logo (.jpg)
Flume Spine Labels With Year (.doc)
Flume Spine Labels General (.doc)

QR Code that links to the nominations page:



Ann Hoey
NH State Library
20 Park Street
Concord, NH 03301

*About the Logo:

Thank you Nicole Copple of Keene for creating the logo for this award!
Artist Bio:
“My name is Nicole Marie Copple and I’m 16 years old. I’m a sophomore at Keene High School. I’ve always been interested in art as long as I can remember. In elementary school I always remember it being the most fun class for me. In middle school I still loved art and was pretty good at it. I remember always feeling anxious to get into the high school level classes because I remember walking down the halls when I was younger and looking at all the art hanging up in awe. I kept telling myself I was going to be that good someday. Now that I’m here at the high school, I’m learning a lot and I can’t wait to go to college to learn more about art.”