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     Smarties Shortlist Announced Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, October 09 2003 @ 02:33 AM
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    Three Debut Novelists reach shortlist in Nestlé Smarties Book Prize.

    Frogs, fairies and fire eaters are among the diverse themes to be found in this year's shortlisted books for the 2003 Nestlé Smarties Book Prize, announced Wednesday October 8th.

    First time novelists Eleanor Updale, SF Said and Steve Augarde join established writers David Almond, Harry Horse, and Sally Gardner on the shortlist, which represents the best of children's fiction published in the UK this year. The Nestlé Smarties Book Prize, now in its 19th year, is the biggest children's book prize in the UK. Twenty-five thousand schoolchildren are expected to take part this year, with the winning books chosen from the shortlist by children.



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     Shortlist for Greenaway award 2003 Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Friday, May 02 2003 @ 05:17 AM
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    Man On The Moon by Simon Bartram
    Bob, a Dan Dare style, square-jawed hero has a special job....
    Albert le Blanc by Nick Butterworth
    Albert is the saddest looking bear in the toy shop....
    That Pesky Rat by Lauren Child
    This brown street rat lives in a trash can in Grubby Alley
    Who's Afraid Of The Big Bad Book? by Lauren Child
    When he falls into his collection of fairy tales, Herb discovers the pitfalls of scribbling in books....
    Fairy Child by Bob Graham and Jethro Byrde
    Annabelle??s dad says she??ll never find fairies in cement and weeds....
    The Kiss That Missed by David Melling
    This disarmingly cute bedtime story from writer-illustrator-dad David Melling
    Pants by Nick Sharratt
    A rollicking, young, funny homage to underwear....
    The Cockerel And The Fox by Helen Ward
    A re-telling of the traditional tale




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     Shortlist for Carnegie award 2003 Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Friday, May 02 2003 @ 04:19 AM
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    Martyn Pig by Kevin Brooks
    Meet Martyn Pig. His name may be bad, but his life is worse....
    Ruby Holler by Sharon Creech
    Having suffered through a string of appalling foster homes...
    Up On Cloud Nine by Anne Fine
    "Up on cloud nine. A weird expression--and one I've heard about a million times....
    The Edge by Alan Gibbons
    A story of a mother and son escaping from domestic violence....
    Across The Nightingale Floor by Lian Hearn
    The debut novel of Lian Hearn's Tales of the Otori series....
    The Shell House by Linda Newbery
    Connected through time by a once stately mansion, now a burned-out shell of its former grandeur....
    The Dark Horse by Marcus Sedgwick
    Sig is a boy in a coastal tribe, the Storn, long ago in a northern land...




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     2003 Book Sense Book of the Year Finalists Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Friday, March 21 2003 @ 02:04 AM
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    2003 Book Sense Book of the Year Finalists -- Children's Illustrated and Children's Literature

    The Book Sense Book of the Year Awards will be announced at the Celebration of Bookselling, on Friday, May 30, during this year's BookExpo America at the Los Angeles Convention Center in California.
    CHILDREN'S LITERATURE CHILDREN'S ILLUSTRATED
    Artemis Fowl: The Arctic Incident
    by Eoin Colfer
    Dear Mrs. Larue: Letters From Obedience School
    by Mark Teague
    Coraline
    by Neil Gaiman
    Giggle, Giggle, Quack by Doreen Cronin
    Hoot
    by Carl Hiaasen
    The Three Questions
    by Jon J. Muth
    Summerland
    by Michael Chabon
    The Spider and the Fly
    by Mary Botham Howitt
    The Thief Lord
    by Cornelia Funke
    Toot and Puddle: Top of the World
    by Holly Hobbie




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     The Southeast Booksellers Association Nominations Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Friday, February 21 2003 @ 03:05 AM
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    The Southeast Booksellers Association has released the names of the nominees for its 2003 Book Awards. The winners will be announced on March 4, and the awards will be presented at a dinner ceremony on April 4 at the Park Hotel in Charlotte, North Carolina.

    The nominees for the children's category are:

    Epossumondas, Colleen Salley, illustrated by Janet Stevens (Harcourt)
    Hoot, Carl Hiaasen (Random/Knopf)
    This Lullaby, Sarah Dessen (Viking Books)
    Turtle Saver, Laurie Parker (Quail Ridge Press)




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     Philip Reeve wins Smarties book award Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Wednesday, December 04 2002 @ 08:57 AM
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    Votes from around 25,000 children have helped decide the winner of this year's Smarties book award. And the writer that won children's hearts was Philip Reeve. His book, Mortal Engines took the Gold Award in the 9-11 age group. Here's the full list:



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     International Reading Association Childrens Book Awards...Primary fiction Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, November 28 2002 @ 12:36 PM
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    Primary

    Fiction


    Silver Seeds by Paolilli and Dan Brewer

    Silver Seeds takes the reader on an outdoor journey of discovery as seen through the eyes young girl and boy. The journey begins when the morning sun 'nudges' the children to go out to play and ends at night when they 'gather their dreams and hold them tight' when they go to bed.

    USA - Buy Silver Seeds



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     International Reading Association Childrens Book Awards Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Thursday, November 28 2002 @ 12:28 PM
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    The International Reading Association Children??s Book Awards are given for an author??s first or second published book directed toward children and young adults audience. Two awards are given for fiction and nonfiction in each of three categories: primary, intermediate, and young adult. Books from any country and in any language published for the first time during one calendar year will be considered.

    Click on the links below to see the winners for 2002.

    Primary Fiction Nonfiction
    Intermediate Fiction Nonfiction
    Young Adult Fiction Nonfiction




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     The Nestlé Smarties Book Prize 6 - 8 years Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Wednesday, November 27 2002 @ 06:50 AM
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    6 - 8 years



    USA - Buy That Pesky Rat









    USA - Buy Pirate Diary: The Journal of Jake...
    UK - Buy Pirate Diary: The Journal of Jake...










    USA - Buy The Last Wolf
    UK - Buy The Last Wolf










    The winners of the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize 2002 will be announced on December 3rd at the British Library in London.

    Nestlé Smarties Book Prize

    The Judging Panel

    Full Shortlist




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     The Nestlé Smarties Book Prize 2002 shortlist Email Article To a Friend View Printable Version 
    Wednesday, November 27 2002 @ 06:40 AM
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    5 years and under
    Charlotte Voake-Pizza Kittens
    Neal Layton-Oscar and Arabella
    Lucy Cousins-Jazzy in the Jungle

    6 - 8 years
    Lauren Child-That Pesky Rat
    Richard Platt-Pirate Diary - The Journal of Jake Carpenter (illustrated by Chris Riddell)
    Michael Morpurgo-The Last Wolf (illustrated by Michael Foreman)

    9 - 11 years
    Philip Reeve-Mortal Engines
    Sally Prue-Cold Tom
    Geraldine McCaughrean-Stop the Train

    The winners of the Nestlé Smarties Book Prize 2002 will be announced on December 3rd at the British Library in London.

    Nestlé Smarties Book Prize

    The Judging Panel




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