book award | novel by Ray Kurzweil • Danielle: Chronicles of a Superheroine

winner: the Moonbeam Children's Book Awards
November 10, 2019



— book award announcement —

Dear readers,

We’re proud to announce that Ray Kurzweil’s novel Danielle: Chronicles of a Superheroine is a Moonbeam Children’s Book Award gold medal winner.

The prestigious award — known for its careful selection of the best youth fiction — is presented by nationally acclaimed Jenkins group. Their judges panel is expert in children’s literature. The Moonbeam award sets the gold standard for popular novels for young adults + children.

Ray’s novel Danielle: Chronicles of a Superheroine is an exciting adventure about the young girl Danielle, her sister Claire, and her entourage of amazing friends. Together — using their creative ideas + super intelligence — they solve the biggest global problems and bring peace to the planet.

Ray says: “My inspirational message in my novel is anyone can be a Danielle!”

The book won a gold medal for its well-written themes about growing-up in modern times — and encouraging youth + adults to apply their abilities to making a better tomorrow. In the novel, Danielle succeeds using her super-smart approaches to curing disease, solving political problems, and bringing basic needs to all people.

We hope you’ll enjoy reading Danielle: Chronicles of a Superheroine, along with its 2 companion books that illustrate Danielle’s world — exploring the clever ideas from Danielle’s solutions, plus background on the historical heroes + happenings she encounters along the way.

visit | DanielleWorld


— book award facts —

award title: Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards
award label: for • Gold Winner in Health Issues
category: young adult
group: Jenkins group & Independent Publisher

book title: Danielle: Chronicles of a Superheroine
author: by Ray Kurzweil
genre: fiction
award year: 2019

visit the book’s website | Danielle World


on the web | pages

DanielleWorld | home
DanielleWorld | videos
DanielleWorld | illustrations


background | about Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards

Celebrating youthful curiosity, discovery and learning through books + reading.

Presented by Jenkins group & Independent Publisher: the Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards bring recognition to exemplary youth books + their creators. The awards support childhood literacy and life-long reading.

Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards:

  • given in 42 print book categories
  • given in 4 e-book categories
  • cover a wide range of subjects, styles, and age groups
  • awarded each year + celebrated with a gala

Creating books that inspire our children to read, learn, and dream is important. Each year’s entries are judged by expert panels of youth educators, librarians, book-sellers, and book reviewers of all ages.

Award recipients receive gold, silver, and bronze medals — and medallions depicting a mother + child reading, silhouetted by a full moon. Our 156 medalists are chosen from 1,200 total entries.

As our society becomes more complex — and growing-up more complicated — authors have risen to the occasion, creating books that celebrate the joy of childhood, and help kids + families deal with challenges. The Moonbeam Awards recognize the best books — bringing them to book-sellers, librarians, parents, and children.

Jenkins Group has been involved in book packaging, marketing, and distribution since year 1988. Its founders + employees have children and grand-children who influence the company with their youthful exuberance and love of books.



on the web | pages

Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards | home
Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards | winners • home
Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards | winners • year 2019

Jenkins group | home

Independent Publisher | home
Independent Publisher | 2019 Moonbeam Awards press + medalist page




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story title: book award | novel by Ray Kurzweil • Danielle: Chronicles of a Superheroine
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year: 2019
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