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Help choose the best books for children
26/02/2019

Help choose the best books for children


Help find the best books of the year by voting for your favourites for the 2019 Children's Book Award. This is the only award in the UK where the winners are chosen by the readers - you!

You have until Friday 10th May to vote on which books you'd like to win:

Books for Younger Children

MIXED, written and illustrated by Arree Chung, published by Macmillan Children's Books

The Last Chip: The Story of a Very Hungry Pigeon, written and illustrated by Duncan Beedie, published by Templar

The Wondrous Dinosaurium, written by John Condon and illustrated by Steve Brown, published by Maverick

What Do You Do if Your house is a Zoo, written by John Kelly and illustrated by Steph Laberis, published by Little Tiger Press


Books for Younger Readers

Funny Kid Stand Up, written and illustrated by Matt Stanton, published by HarperCollins Children's Books

Mr Penguin and The Fortress of Secrets, written and illustrated by Alex T Smith, published by Hodder Children's Books

The Dog Who Lost His Bark, written by Eoin Colfer and illustrated by PJ Lynch, published by Walker Books


Books for Older Readers

Armistice Runner, written by Tom Palmer, published by Barrington Stoke

The Light Jar, written by Lisa Thompson, published by Scholastic

The Storm Keeper's Island, written by Catherine Doyle, published by Bloomsbury


You can vote online here:

Download PDF www.childrensbookaward.org.uk/

 
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