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LONGLISTS ANNOUNCED FOR THE 2017 UKLA BOOK AWARDS

BookAward Winners 2016
BookAward Winners 2016

For the first time ever the judges for these unique book awards, which are the only awards judged by active classroom teachers, will come from Scotland, with the 56 judges spread right across the country from Aberdeen to Renfrewshire!

 There are 3 groups of judges for each age category and they have until the end of February to read the longlisted books, discuss them with their group leaders, and share them with pupils. All groups will then meet together for the difficult task of choosing their shortlist of 6 books in each category.

Teachers welcomed the opportunity to widen their knowledge of recent children’s titles.  For UKLA, giving classroom practitioners the opportunity to read a number of new children’s books is as important as finding an overall winner. Research carried out by members of UKLA (Cremin et al 2008) clearly demonstrated the links between teachers’ knowledge of children’s books and the likelihood of pupils becoming successful readers. Despite this evidence, teachers are seldom given time to read new books or funding to purchase them when they do.

 UKLA are grateful for the continued support of the award sponsors, which help the awards to grow and develop each year. Micro Librarian Services, Lovereading4schools and Lovereading4kids, recognise the value of the judging experience for schools and teachers.

Longlists are here - congratulations to all included!

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