October 16, 2019

2019 CCBC Canadian Children's Book Awards: English-language Winners announced


Last night the winners of English-language Canadian Children's Book Centre Book Awards were announced at a gala in Toronto.  MCed by Kim's Convenience Appa, actor Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, the event celebrated an auspicious collection of titles by Canadian authors and illustrators, all worthy nominees, selected by hard-working juries. Congratulations to all nominated authors and illustrators and, of course, especially to those winners of these awards. (The French-language awards will be presented on November 7th in Montreal.)

TD Canadian Children's Literature Award: Winner
Ebb & Flow
Written by Heather Smith
Kids Can Press
232 pp.
Ages 9-12
2018






Fan Choice Award: Winner
They Say Blue
Written and illustrated by Jillian Tamaki
Groundwood Books
40 pp.
Ages 3-7
2018






Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award: Winner
Africville
Written by Shauntay Grant
Illustrated by Eva Campbell
Groundwood Books
32 pp.
Ages 4-7
2018







Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children's Non-Fiction: Winner

Turtle Pond
Written by James Gladstone
Illustrated by Karen Reczuch
Groundwood Books
32 pp.
Ages 4-7
2018







Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People : Winner
The Journey of Little Charlie
Written by Christopher Paul Curtis
Scholastic Canada
234 pp.
Ages 9-12
2018







John Spray Mystery Award: Winner
Sadie
Written by Courtney Summers
St. Martin's Press
308 pp.
Ages 14+
2018







Amy Mathers Teen Book Award: Winner
The House of One Thousand Eyes
Written by Michelle Barker
Annick Press
354 pp.
Ages 14+
2018



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