Red Maple Award

The Ontario Library Association’s annual Red Maple Award was first presented in 1998. This award is open to Canadian authors writing at the Grade 7-8 level, who have been published within the last two years. Originally established to honour fiction books, in 2005 the award was expanded to include a non-fiction category which is presented every other year. The winner is selected by Ontario’s young readers. The official sponsor of the Red Maple Award reading program is Tinlids Inc.

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Awards Recipients


Year Detail Recipient
2015 Fiction Eric Walters, The Rule of Three. Toronto: Razorbill Canada, 2014.
2015 Non-Fiction Rona Arato, The Last Train: A Holocaust Story. Toronto: Owlkids Books, 2013.
2014 Fiction Susin Nielsen, The Reluctant Journal of Henry K. Larsen. Toronto: Tundra Books, 2012.
2013 Fiction Wesley King, The Vindico. New York: G.P Putnam's Sons, 2012.
2013 Non-Fiction Bill Swan, Real Justice: Fourteen and Sentenced to Death — The Story of Steven Truscott. Toronto: James Lorimer, 2012.
2012 Fiction Kenneth Oppel, Half Brother. Toronto: HarperCollins Publishers, 2010.
2011 Fiction Vicki Grant, Not Suitable for Family Viewing. Toronto: HarperTrophyCanada, 2009.
2011 Non-Fiction Mariatu Kamara with Susan McClelland, The Bite of the Mango. Toronto: Annick Press, 2009.
2010 Fiction Susin Nielsen, Word Nerd. Toronto: Tundra Books, 2008.
2009 Fiction Norah McClintock, Out of the Cold. Toronto: Scholastic Canada, 2007.
2009 Non-Fiction Elizabeth MacLeod, Royal Murder: The Deadly Intrigue of the Ten Sovereigns. Toronto: Annick Press, 2008.
2008 Fiction Eric Walters, Safe as Houses. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 2007.
2007 Fiction Eric Walters, We All Fall Down. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 2006.
2007 Non-fiction Andreas Schroeder, Thieves! Toronto: Annick Press, 2005.
2006 Fiction Kenneth Oppel, Skybreaker. Toronto: HarperCollins Publishers, 2005.
2005 Fiction Kenneth Oppel, Airborn. Toronto: HarperCollins Publishers, 2004.
2005 Non-fiction Andrea Schroeder, Scams! Ten Stories that Explore Some of the Most Outrageous Swindlers and Tricksters of All Time.
2004 Non-fiction Lyn Thomas, Ha! Ha! Ha! 1000+ Jokes, Riddles, Facts, and More. Toronto: Maple Tree Press/Owl Books, 2001.
2004 Norah McClintock, Hit and Run. Markham, ON: Scholastic Canada, 2003.
2003 Gayle Friesen, Losing Forever. Toronto: Kids Can Press, 2002.
2002 Kathy Kacer, Clara’s War. Toronto: Second Story Press, 2001.
2001 Eric Walters, Rebound. Toronto: Stoddart Kids, 2000.
2000 Anita Horrocks, What They Don't Know. Toronto: Stoddart Kids, 1998.
1999 Gayle Friesen, Janey's Girl. Toronto: Kids Can Press,1998.
1998 Carol Matas, After the War. Richmond Hill, ON: Scholastic Canada, 1996.