You’re Snug with Me illustrated by Poonam Mistry and written by Chitra Soundar (Lantana Publishing)The Iron Man illustrated by Chris Mould and written by Ted Hughes (Faber & Faber)The Suitcase written and illustrated by Chris Naylor-Ballesteros (Nosy Crow)The Undefeated illustrated by Kadir Nelson and written by Kwame Alexander(Andersen Press)The Dam illustrated by Levi Pinfold and written by David Almond (Walker Books)Mary and Frankenstein illustrated by Júlia Sardà and written by Linda Bailey (Andersen Press)Tales from the Inner City written and illustrated by Shaun Tan (Walker Books)Child of St Kilda written and illustrated by Beth Waters (Child’s Play). 2020 shortlist for the Kate Greenaway Medal – pictures books recommended for children aged 3-12. I greatly appreciate the level of engagement the Shadowers have had with this book. Thursday 18th February 2021: Longlist announcement. I am so delighted for Dean and Kadir and wish them many congratulations on their achievement as well as a huge thank you to all the shortlisted authors and illustrators and the shadowing groups for engaging so brilliantly with the awards this year.’. You’re Snug with Me illustrated by Poonam Mistry and written by Chitra Soundar (Lantana Publishing) At the start of winter, two bear cubs are born, deep in their den in the frozen north. The reasons given for Jun’s death don’t ring true for his cousin Jay – who is determined to find out what really happened and isn’t scared by what he might uncover. The Kate Greenaway Medal, established in 1955, is named after the popular nineteenth century artist, known for her beautiful children’s illustrations and designs. News from the Carnegie and Greenaway Awards, year-by-year. Pirates, mermaids and a mysterious monster feature in this atmospheric seafarer adventure set in the world of Lampie, a lighthouse keeper’s daughter. Although each book is uniquely original, there are some commonalities that have emerged. I Ate Sunshine For Breakfast by Michael Holland. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. The UK’s Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) will announced the winners on 17 June. As an Amazon Associate schoolreadinglist.co.uk earns from qualifying purchases. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. The word view can refer to both what can you see, and to The Iron Man illustrated by Chris Mould and written by Ted Hughes (Faber & Faber) 2020 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal shortlist: You’re Snug with Me illustrated by Poonam Mistry and written by Chitra Soundar (Lantana Publishing) The Iron Man illustrated by Chris Mould and written by Ted Hughes (Faber & Faber) The Suitcase written and illustrated by … It’s such an honour!’, The Undefeated is an incredible and moving depiction of Black History provides both spoken and unspoken insights. The Shadowers’ Choice Award winners are revealed during National Libraries Week in a special broadcast on CILIP’s #NationalShelfService. Lark by Anthony McGowan (Barrington Stoke) Click here to discover links to various digital content available for each shortlisted book for you to explore. Keep up to date with our latest social media posts about reading, children's books and literacy on these platforms: Angie Thomas, Annet Schaap, Anthony McGowan, Beth Waters, Chris Naylor-Ballesteros, Chris Vick, David Almond, Dean Atta, Kwame Alexander, Levi Pinfold, Linda Bailey, Marcus Sedgwick, Nick Lake, Poonam Mistry, Randy Ribay, Shaun Tan, Ted Hughes. The Iron Man by Chris Mould and Ted Hughes. In insightful reviews, Shadowers shared their reactions to the book: ‘This story shows that you can stand strong and be whoever you like’, ‘You will understand so much more about yourself and the other people around you by reading this book.’. An emotionally charged and hard hitting quest suitable for teens in years 8-11. The shortlists for both the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals 2020 will be announced on Thursday 19 th March 2020, with the winners being announced on Wednesday 17 th June 2020 at a special daytime event at The British Library, hosted by University Challenge star and CILIP Library Champion, Bobby Seagull. For more information about awards and CILIP, visit the website. Voyages in the Underworld of Orpheus Black by Marcus Sedgwick and Julian Sedgwick, illustrated by Alexis Deacon (Walker Books) You're Snug with Me illustrated by Poonam Mistry and written by Chitra Soundar (Lantana Publishing) The Iron Man illustrated by Chris Mould and written by Ted Hughes (Faber & Faber) The Suitcase written and illustrated by Chris Naylor-Ballesteros (Nosy Crow)

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