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  1. Lancashire Book of the Year 2017 Shortlist

    Lancashire Book of the Year 2017 Shortlist added 24th February

    This is the shortlist of books chosen for the 2017 award. Read one (or all of them) - give a star rating - write a review. Follow @lancspublib #LBOY2017 on Twitter.

  2. 2017 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal longlist

    2017 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal longlist added 16th February

    The Kate Greenaway Book Award is now in its 60th year. It is the only British literary award that annually recognises "distinguished illustration in a book for children". The Medal is named after the 19th-century English illustrator of children's books Kate Greenaway (1846–1901). Unlike most awards, the Medal is judged by a panel of expert librarians and is known as the awards that children’s book illustrators say they most want to win. The shortlist will be announced on Thursday 16th March, with the winner being announced on Monday 19th June at a special daytime event at RIBA in central London. The winner will receive £500 worth of books to donate to their local library, a specially commissioned golden medal and a £5,000 Colin Mears Award cash prize.

  3. 2017 CILIP Carnegie Medal longlist

    2017 CILIP Carnegie Medal longlist added 16th February

    The Carnegie Book Award is now in its 80th year. The UK's oldest and most prestigious book award for children's writing annually recognises one outstanding new book for children or young adults. The Medal is named after the Scottish-born American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie (1835–1919), who founded more than 2800 libraries in the English-speaking world, including at least one in more than half of British library authorities, including four in Lancashire. Unlike most awards, the Medal is judged by a panel of expert librarians and is known as the award that children’s book authors say they most want to win. The shortlist will be announced on Thursday 16th March, with the winner being announced on Monday 19th June at a special daytime event at RIBA in central London. The winner will receive £500 worth of books to donate to their local library, a specially commissioned golden medal and a £5,000 Colin Mears Award cash prize.

  4. Fantastic Book Awards Winners 2016
  5. Fantastic Book Awards 2015-16

    Fantastic Book Awards 2015-16 added 10th September 2015

    The Best Books for children aged 9-11... Thirty exciting reads but only 5 books may win these awards! Children aged 9-11 from primary schools around Lancashire are busy reading from this long list, from which the winning 5 titles will be selected and announced on Wednesday 18th May 2016. Why not join in with the reading and give your favourite a rating.

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