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Picking a Winner: Taking Part in Regional and National Book Awards

Sally Dring·July 2014

ISBN 9781903446836 · Price: £13.50 (Members £9.00)Add to Basket

Series: SLA Case Studies · Level: Primary and Secondary

Promoting Reading for Enjoyment is a key part of the work of all school librarians everywhere and what better way to do this than taking part in one of the many exciting and innovative regional and national book awards? Here leading members of the SLA's own Yorkshire and Humberside branch share their enthusiasm, experience and expertise by describing their work, often in liaison with School Library Service colleagues, in shadowing, participating in or running nine well known awards. Working with CILIP's Carnegie and Greenaway, also Red House, Doncaster, Stan Lee Excelsior, Calderdale, Leeds, Hull and the Wakefield/Ossett Community Trust awards are all described. Read and be inspired!