ReadingCloud: engaging children, parents and educators in reading for enjoyment
Pickabook - One Stop Shop for Schools - Every book for Education

We have updated our cookie policy to reflect recent changes in the UK/EU law concerning the use of cookies and tracking technologies. We use cookies on this website (including the page you are currently viewing) to ensure that the site functions smoothly and to help us understand how we can improve it. If you continue without changing your settings, you are agreeing to receive all cookies from the SLA website.

or view our cookie policy to find out more

Show Menu | Show Sidebar (Login/Search)

Resources BlogRSS Feed RSS

The Lollies - are you taking part?

LolliesShortlists
Best Laugh Out Loud Picture Book

  • Hoot Owl, Master of Disguise by Sean Taylor and Jean Jullien
  • Slug Needs a Hug by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
  • Gracie Grabbit and the Tiger by Helen Stephens
  • I Need a Wee! by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet

Best Laugh Out Loud Book for 6-8 year olds

  • Badly Drawn Beth by Jem Packer and Duncan McCoshan
  • Wilf the Mighty Worrier: Saves the World by Georgia Pritchett and Jamie Littler
  • The Jolley-Rogers and the Cave of Doom by Jonny Duddle
  • Thorfinn the Nicest Viking and the Awful Invasion by David MacPhail and Richard Morgan

Best Laugh Out Loud Book for 9-13 year olds.

  • Danger is Still Everywhere: Beware of the Dog by David O’Doherty and Chris Judge
  • Petunia Perry and the Curse of the Ugly Pigeon by Pamela Butchart and Gemma Correll
  • Emily Sparkes and the Friendship Fiasco by Ruth Fitzgerald
  • The Parent Agency by David Baddiel and Jim Field

Scholastic now invites all schools to get involved and vote. Children will decide the ultimate winners in each of the categories by submitting a class vote on the Lollies website, www.scholastic.co.uk/lollies. The winning books will be announced at a gala awards ceremony in London in June.

The Lollies were launched last October as a result of Scholastic’s Kids & Family Reading Report™ (www.scholastic.co.uk/readingreport) which revealed that nearly two thirds of children aged 6-17 say that when choosing books to read for fun, they want “books that make me laugh.”

The Lollies website will be open for voting from February 8th at www.scholastic.co.uk/lollies. Schools can register a class vote for their chosen winner in any, or all of the three categories. Voting closes on the 10th June 2016.
 

0 Comments · Add a Comment