hackmatack


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Synonyms for hackmatack

poplar of northeastern North America with broad heart-shaped leaves

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MacLeod's favourite book, Harry Houdini: A Magical Life, won the Hackmatack Award for non-fiction in 2006.
1991 First Manitoba Young Readers Choice Award goes to Gordon Korman for The Zucchini Warriors; this is first of many regional or library association "readers' choice awards" and it was followed in the next decade by the Red Cedar, Rocky Mountain, Willow and Hackmatack Awards and OLA's Forest of Reading programs (Blue Spruce, Silver Birch, Red Maple and White Pine among others).
My memory from the first time I attended the Hackmatack Children's Choice Book Awards is balloons.
In the various children's choice and "tree" awards (such as the Rocky Mountain Book Award, the Hackmatack Award and others), authors and illustrators always talk about how much the award means to them and how amazing it is to be treated as a "star" by the voters and fans.
The Hackmatack Awards winners this year are Natale Ghent for No Small Thing, Linda Bailey for Adventures in the Ice Age, and Diane Carmel Leger for La butte a Petard.