Information Book Award: Shortlist Announced

20 May 2019 Share

We are incredibly excited to announce the titles that create the shortlist for the information Book Award 2019. Those titles are: Up to 7 Dogs in Space, Vix Southgate and Iris Deppe Wren & Rook 978 1 5263 6057 1 Hello, Horse, Vivian French a

We are incredibly excited to announce the titles that create the shortlist for the information Book Award 2019. 

Those titles are: 

Up to 7  

  • Dogs in Space, Vix Southgate and Iris Deppe

             Wren & Rook                   978 1 5263 6057 1

  • Hello, Horse, Vivian French and Catherine Rayner

              Walker                           978 1 4063 4994 8

  • The Usborne Book of Night Time, Laura Cowan and Bonnie Pang

                Usborne                         978 1 4749 3660 6

7 to 12

  • The Atlas of Heroes, Sandra Lawrence and Stuart Hill

                Big Picture Press                978 1 78741 260 6

  • Joan Procter, Dragon Doctor: The Woman Who Loved Reptiles, Patricia Valdez and Felicita Sala

                 Andersen                           978 1 78344 741 1

  • Mary and Frankenstein, Linda Bailey and Júlia Sardà

                   Andersen                          978 1 78344 679 7

  • When the Whales Walked, Dougal Dixon and Hannah Bailey

                Words & Pictures                978 1 912413 95 9

12 to 16

  • Politics for Beginners, Alex Frith, Rosie Hore, Louie Stowell and Kellan Stover

                   Usborne                                978 1 4749 2252 4 

  • The Silk Roads: A New History of the World, Peter Frankopan and Neil Packer

                    Bloomsbury                          978 1 4088 8993 0

  • Suffragette: The Battle for Equality, David Roberts

                   Two Hoots                             978 1 5098 3967 4

 

You can access the lesson activities and Voting for the Children's Choice Award here: https://www.sla.org.uk/information-book-award-2019.php


2018 WINNERS

The winners of the Information Book Award 2018 were announced on 7 November 2018 at Carmelite House in London, to tie in with Non-Fiction November. Read the full results for the SLA Information Book Award 2018 with the list of the winners, report of the award ceremony and further information about the 2018 shortlist and judges' comments.

FURTHER INFORMATION

To find out more about the SLA Information Book Award, explore:

  • How the Award works
  • Resources to accompany the Award:
    Useful guides, lesson plans and templates to help schools and reading groups work with Information Books