We’re delighted to announce that four Nosy Crow books have been longlisted for the 2020 UKLA Book Awards! Now in their 12th year, the UKLA Book Awards are the only awards judged entirely by teachers.
What Does An Anteater Eat?, by Ross Collins, The Suitcase, by Chris Naylor-Ballesteros, and The Rabbit, the Dark, and the Biscuit Tin, by Nicola O’Byrne, have all been longlisted in the 3-6 category. The Middler, by Kirsty Applebaum has been longlisted in the 7-11 category.
A delightfully silly picture book from award-winning author Ross Collins, What Does An Anteater Eat? combines comic misunderstanding with wonderful illustrations. Here’s a look inside:
A touching and timely story about the importance of kindness, The Suitcase is a picture book that will stay with readers young and old, long after the final page is turned. Here’s a look inside:
From the award-winning author-illustrator Nicola O’Byrne, The Rabbit, the Dark, and the Biscuit Tin is perfect for any little one who doesn’t want to go to bed – or might be a little bit afraid of the dark! Here’s a look inside this magical tale:
Set in a near-future world, The Middler is a gripping story for 9-12 year olds, which perfectly captures the trials and frustrations of being the middle child, the forgotten child, the child with no voice – even in your own family. Here’s a look inside:
You can find out more about the UKLA awards, and read the full longlists, here. The shortlists for the awards will be announced in April next year, and the overall winners will be announced in July at the 2020 UKLA International Conference.
Congratulations Ross, Chris, Nicola, and Kirsty!