Hal Clement Award

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The Hal Clement Award is one of the Golden Duck Awards for Excellence in Children's Science Fiction.

It was first given in 1992 and is named for SF author Harry Stubbs's pen name, because his high school science teaching career strongly connects him to the YA age group.

The primary story elements for award winners are "correct science with science fictional extrapolations and characters who solve problems on their own."


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