Awards news

News from the Carnegie and Greenaway Awards, year-by-year.

2017

 SHORTLISTS FOR 2017 CILIP CARNEGIE AND KATE GREENAWAY MEDALS ANNOUNCED

The Kate Greenaway Medal sees award-winning writer and illustrator Chris Riddell, the Children’s Laureate, in the running to win an unprecedented fourth Kate Greenaway Medal just a year after his hat-trick in 2016. While Mal Peet’s final novel Beck, co-authored by Meg Rosoff, could be the second book to win the Medal posthumously, following Siobhan Dowd’s Bog Child in 2009.

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 2017 LONGLISTS FOR PRESTIGIOUS CILIP CARNEGIE AND KATE GREENAWAY MEDALS ANNOUNCED

The 20-strong longlist for the CILIP Carnegie Medal, now in its 80th year, sees the late Mal Peet’s final novel Beck (completed by Meg Rosoff) competing against debut authors M.G. Leonard and Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock and previous Carnegie Medal winners Philip Reeve and Frank Cottrell Boyce. In its 60th anniversary year, the CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal longlist, sees Children’s Laureate Chris Riddell in the running to win the Medal for the fourth time!

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