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Premier Australian speculative fiction awards. Austral Ed Children's Books - Australian Fantasy and Science Fiction. February 2012 This is a list of suggested titles which will be adapted.

Austral Ed Children's Books - Australian Fantasy and Science Fiction

It is not easy deciding which titles to include since so many children's titles have some element of fantasy. I have chosen books which would more traditionally be regarded as fantasy or science fiction. The books listed are for both Elementary and Secondary levels. Please take the age suggestions as a rough guide. Please Note All prices are in Australian dollars and include 10% GST.

Send orders by email to Austral Ed to Freight is sent by the most economical method, depending on urgency. Recommended by Kate Shepherd and Mandy Clarke Isobelle Carmody Her fantasy books are exciting, well written and are highly regarded. 9780140360592 $19.95 Joint Winner of the 1994 CBC Awards for Older Readers. • There is also a new sixth title in this series called 6 Sending pb 9780670853595 $32.95 John Flanagan Ranger’s Apprentice series pb $16.95 each Book One: The Ruins of Gorlan 9781864719048 Victor Kelleher.

Awards. Book of the Year for Children Award. The Canadian Library Association is seeking submissions for its annual Book of the Year for Children Award.

Book of the Year for Children Award

This is an annual award for a book that meets the following criteria: It must be published in Canada during 2015 It must be written by a Canadian citizen or a permanent resident of Canada The text must be an act of creative (i.e., original) writing (i.e., fiction, poetry, narrative, non-fiction, retelling of traditional literature) It must be written in English or be translated into English, and It must appeal to children up to and including age 12 Please submit a single print copy of each original title published in 2015 for consideration to each of the jury members listed. You can get a full list of jury addresses by contacting the Jury Chair. The jury considers all categories & genres, so please do not pre-screen your material.

The shortlist of nominated titles will be announced in March of 2016. Children's Book Awards. CBC. 2015 Winners and Finalists. Kindergarten to Second Grade Book of the Year Eva and Sadie and the Worst Haircut EVER! By Jeff Cohen Illustrated by: Elanna Allen Ages 4-8 Meet Eva and Sadie, two sisters with big personalities! When . . . more Duck, Duck, Moose! Illustrated by: Noah Z.

Frances Dean Who Loved to Dance and Dance by Birgitta Sif Illustrated by: Birgitta Sif Ages 4-8 Frances Dean loves to dance. How to Babysit a Grandma by Jean Reagan Illustrated by: Lee Wildish Ages 5-8 When you babysit a grandma, if you’re lucky . . . . . more A Pet for Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold Illustrated by: Tedd Arnold Ages 4-8 What is the right pet for Fly Guy?

Third Grade to Fourth Grade Book of the Year Kali’s Story: An Orphaned Polar Bear Rescue by Jennifer Keats Curtis Illustrated by: John Gomes Ages 4-8 Follow the rescue of orphaned polar bear Kali (pronounced Cully) . . . more Claude at the Beach by Alex T. Book of the Year. CCBC Booklists. Compiled by Megan Schliesman and Merri V.

CCBC Booklists

Lindgren Originally developed in 2003 as part of a 12-month series in recognition of the 40th anniversary of the Cooperative Children's Book Center, this bibliography was updated in 2012. Looking for more books about art and artists? Use the Quick Search box on our web site! Building Blocks: Books about Architecture and Architects Fern, Tracey E.. This list may be reproduced and distributed by educational and/or nonprofit organizations so long as credit is given to the Cooperative Children's Book Center, School of Education, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Koalansw - KOALA Home. The LIANZA Children's Book Awards 2015 WINNERS! We had an amazing night at the National Library last night, celebrating our CBAS with over 150 people.

The LIANZA Children's Book Awards 2015 WINNERS!

The wine flowed while Hataitai students worked the room serving fresh Hell Pizza and LIANZA cupcakes. Here are the winners of the LIANZA 2015 CBAS! Finalists: • Marmaduke Duck on the Wide Blue Seas by Sarah Davis – Scholastic • Jim’s Letters by Jenny Cooper – Penguin Random House • Have you seen a monster? • So Many Wonderfuls by Tina Matthews – Walker Books • The Book of Hat by Harriet Rowland – Makaro Press • A New Zealand Nature Journal by Sandra Morris – Walker Books • Mōtītī Blue and the Oil Spill: A Story from the Rena Disaster by Debbie McCauley – Mauao Publishing • New Zealand Sports Hall of Fame: 25 Kiwi Champions by Maria Gill and Marco Ivancic – New Holland • Ngā Kī by Sacha Cotter, Josh Morgan and Kawata Teepa – Huia Publishers.