Canadian Children's Book Centre

The Canadian Children's Book Centre

Canadian Children's Book Centre (CCBC) announced the shortlists for its annual awards, including a number of Atlantic-Canadian authors. The Canadian Children's Book Centre (CCBC) is a national non-profit organization dedicated to promoting Canadian books to young readers. Prix du Centre canadien du livre pour enfants. Home > > > Nonprofit > Canadian Children's Book Centre. Canadian Children's Book Centre (CCBC) announced the four winners.

The CCBC Book Awards

You can find the winner of the CCBC Book Awards 2017 here. Closing date for entries for the CCBC Book Awards 2018 was 15 December 2017. Launched in 2014, the Amy Mathers Adolescent Book Award recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of literature for young people and young adults. It is endowed with an annual money award of 5,000 dollars.

In order to be considered, the book must be an English language work, addressed to 13-18 year old Canadian or Permanent Resident of Canada-large. Every year, the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Film for Young People is presented in recognition of exceptional achievements in authoring an exceptional work of historic literature for young people. The award was issued by a Canadian writer last year.

The price was raised from $1,000 to $5,000 in 2008. Launched in 2011, the John Spray Secrets Award recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of secrets books. It is endowed with an annual money award of 5,000 dollars. In order to be considered, the book must be an English language work, addressed to the eight to eighteen reader and a Canadian.

An enigma book can be a suspense, a detective story or a comedy. Launched in 2006, the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award recognizes outstanding achievements in the photo book size. This award is given yearly and was raised from $10,000 to $20,000 in 2008. In order to be considered, the book must be an English language work, intended for three to eight year olds, authored and illuminated by Canadians and first released in Canada.

Suitable categories are literature, non-fiction and literature. Launched in 2011, the Monica Hughes Award for Science and Fantasy recognizes outstanding achievements in the field of science and fantasy for schoolchildren. It is endowed with an annual money award of 5,000 dollars. In order to be considered, the book must be an English language work, addressed to a reader aged eight to 18 years and by a Canadian or a Permanent Resident of Canada.

HarperCollins Canada donated the prize in remembrance of the deceased Monica Hughes. Canada's non-fiction for young audiences is known worldwide for the outstanding wording, illustrations and designs. The Harry Black Children's Album Awards, endowed with 5,000 dollars, go to the best French-language Canadian book for children aged three to eight.

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