The ALA awards the Robert F. Sibert Medal each year for the "most distinguished informational book" for children. Only one book can win the actual award, but additional books can be recognized as "honor books" if warranted. (This is true for most if not all of the awards.) Although a nondance book won the actual Sibert Medal this year, Ballet for Martha: Making Appalachian Spring was named one of two Sibert Honor Books.
Ole Flamenco, which I reviewed a few months ago, was named one of three Pura Belpre Honor Books.