This study examined twelve awarded children's literature works in the context of children's needs for literature. In the study, in which the document analysis method and descriptive analysis technique, which are among the qualitative research methods, were used, the universe of the research consisted of children's books, and the sample consisted of twelve domestic children's books written between 1984 and 2014, addressed to the 9-12 age group, which was stated to have been awarded promotions on the internet. The sample of the research, which aims to reveal how much the content in the books meets the children's needs for literature, Kemal Özer–My Childhood Homeland, Feyza Hepçilingirler–The Turkish Folk Song and Childre, Muharrem Buhara–Internet Monster 1, Mehmet Atilla–Rhinoceroses in the Park, Behiç Ak– Hooray for the Brotherhood of the Letter C, İsmet Bertan– Fast Turtle, Gülten Dayıoğlu–The Mystery of Mount Parbat, Gülten Dayıoğlu- If the World Belonged to Children, Mustafa Asoğlu-Goodbye Mediterranean, Aslı Der-The Little Witch Şeroks 2 The Big Traps, Cahit Uçuk-Turk Twins, Koray Avcı Çakman-Alparma's Mystery, created 12 books by a total of 11 authors. The fifth principle of literature, which promotes creative activities, is a less frequently observed principle. On the other hand, the sixth principle of literature, which is that it involves beautiful language, can be said to be found in all the examined works.