2 edition of Stockton Children"s Book of the Year 2003 found in the catalog.
Stockton Children"s Book of the Year 2003
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The Mute Button by Ellie Irving was awarded Stockton Children’s Book of the Year at a special ceremony last night (Tuesday, 22 March).
More than children from 23 primary schools, secondary schools and academies across Stockton Borough have been busy reading to find their favourite author from a selection of five books. Stockton Children’s Book of the Year has been enjoyed by hundreds of youngsters and brings a host of high profile authors to Stockton-on-Tees.
Every year schools across the Borough take part in the event which sees them read five exciting titles and vote for their favourite in a secret ballot. Common Knowledge Book awards Stockton Children's Book of the Year.
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No links. Award description. Logo/Picture. The Children's Book of the Year Award: Older Readers has been presented annually since by the Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA). Note: from to this award was known as "Book of the Year".
The Award "will be made to outstanding books of fiction, drama, or poetry which require of the reader a degree of maturity to appreciate the topics, themes and scope of emotional Presented by: Children's Book Council of Australia. As a past winner of Stockton Children’s Book of the Year, on Saturday 24th March, Georgia Byng will be giving a talk about the Molly Moon book series and film.
Georgia’s talk is part of a celebration marking 21 years of Stockton Children’s Book of the Year. 14 other past winning authors will attend the event over Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th March at Stockton Central Library in the UK. STOCKTON schoolchildren from across the Borough have voted for their favourite book in the 20 th Stockton Children’s Book of the Year competition, run by Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s Libraries service.
The Scarlet Files: Cat Burglar, by Tamsin Cooke, scooped the top prize at the awards ceremony as the views and reviews of Stockton schoolchildren provided the acid test for.
The festival will also feature a specialist market, including famous children’s authors Ellie Irving and Kes Gray, who will be reading from their books.
Ellie won Stockton Children’s Book of the Year with The Mute Button and she will be offering workshops on poetry and life as an author. A prize also went to the young person with the best ‘Book Review of the Year Award’, which was won by Hollie Evans, a pupil from Ingleby Mill Primary School for her review of Deep Amber by C J Busby.
Winning author, Piers Torday, said: “I am delighted and honoured that ‘The Last Wild’ has won Stockton Children’s Book of the Year books voters list created June 25th, by deleted user. Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of The Classical Athenian Democracy 1st edition by Stockton, David () Hardcover.
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The Award "will be made to outstanding books of the Picture Book genre in which the author and illustrator achieve artistic and literary unity, or, in wordless picture books, where the story, theme or concept is unified through illustrations.". The Costa Book Awards are a series of literar The Whitbread Award was taken over by The Costa Award after The Costa Book Awards are a series of literary awards given to books by authors based in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The Children's Book of the Year Award: Early Childhood has been presented annually since by the Children's Book Council of Australia (CBCA). The Award "will be made to outstanding books of fiction, drama, poetry or concept books for children who are at pre-reading or early stages of reading.
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