November 23, 2017

2017 TD Canadian Children's Literature Awards: Winners announced

Tuesday night, the Canadian Children's Book Centre, our nationally-renowned authority on all things related to youngCanLit, announced the winners of the 2017 TD Canadian Children's Literature Awards. On November 8, 2017, the French language winners were announced.  I've posted the names of all winners here.

Congratulations to all!

TD Canadian Children's Literature Award
($30,000) Sponsored by TD Bank Group

The Tragic Tale of the Great Auk
Written and illustrated by Jan Thornhill
Groundwood Books

Fan Choice Award/Choix du public littérature jeunesse


The Skeleton Tree
Written by Iain Lawrence
Tundra Books

Le Prix TD de littérature pour l'enfance et la jeunesse canadienne
($30,000) Sponsored by TD Bank Group

Même pas vrai
Écrit par Larry Tremblay
Illustré par Guillaume Perreault
Éditionas de la Bagnole

Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award 
($20,000) Sponsored by A. Charles Baillie

The Snow Knows
Written by Jennifer McGrath
Illustrated by Josée Bisaillon
Nimbus Publishing

Norma Fleck Award For Canadian Children's Non-Fiction
($10,000) Sponsored by the Fleck Family Foundation

Canada Year by Year
Written by Elizabeth MacLeod
Illustrated by Sydney Smith
Kids Can Press

Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People 
($5,000) Sponsored by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre’s Bilson Endowment Fund

Mark of the Plague (Blackthorn Key, Book 2)
Written by Kevin Sands

John Spray Mystery Award
($5,000) Sponsored by John Spray of Mantis Investigation Agency

Written by Caroline Pignat
Razorbill Canada

Amy Mathers Teen Book Award
($5,000) Sponsored by Amy Mathers' Marathon of Books

Exit, Pursued by a Bear
Written by E. K. Johnston
Dutton Books

Prix Harry Black de l'album jeunesse
($5,000) Sponsored by Mary Macchiusi

Au-delà de la forêt
Écrit par Nadine Robert
Illustré par Gérard DuBois
Comme des géants

1 comment:

  1. Congratulations to everyone! So pleased to see Iain Lawrence's book, The Skeleton Tree on this list. Well deserved.