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.’. I Ate Sunshine For Breakfast by Michael Holland. Shortlisted titles for the 2020 Kate Greenaway Medal A surefire hit with KS3 and KS4. The Dam illustrated by Levi Pinfold and written by David Almond (Walker Books) 2020 shortlist for the Kate Greenaway Medal – pictures books recommended for children aged 3-12. On receiving the news of winning the Kate Greenaway Shadowers’ Choice Award, Kadir commented: ‘It’s such an honor to be selected for the Kate Greenaway Medal Shadowers’ Choice Award by school children overseas! Pirates, mermaids and a mysterious monster feature in this atmospheric seafarer adventure set in the world of Lampie, a lighthouse keeper’s daughter. The Black Flamingo by Dean Atta, illustrated by Anshika Khullar (Hachette Children’s Group)Nowhere on Earth by Nick Lake (Hachette Children’s Group)Lark by Anthony McGowan (Barrington Stoke)Patron Saints of Nothing by Randy Ribay (Little Tiger)Lampie written and illustratedby Annet Schaap and translated by Laura Watkinson (Pushkin Children’s Books)Voyages in the Underworld of Orpheus Black by Marcus Sedgwick and Julian Sedgwick, illustrated by Alexis Deacon (Walker Books)On the Come Up by Angie Thomas (Walker Books)Girl. 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 competes with another book about siblings, Nowhere on Earth, written by Nick Lake, in which a teenage girl and her little brother survive a plane crash and must protect each other from the men hunting them. by Chris Vick (Head of Zeus). 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 Iron Man by Chris Mould and Ted Hughes. The Suitcase by … Characters address the importance of friendships and family bonds in books across the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway 16-strong list. Books celebrating the importance of friendships and family bonds, as well as promoting environmentalism, acceptance, kindness and bravery, have been recognised in the eight-strong shortlists for the CILIP Carnegie... Books celebrating the importance of friendships and family bonds, as well as promoting environmentalism, acceptance, kindness and bravery, have been recognised in the eight-strong shortlists for the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals, both of which also show the continued popularity of verse. Julia Hale, chair of the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals judging panel, said: "It’s a pleasure to present this dynamic and thought-provoking shortlist, which seems prescient of children and young people’s concerns today. On the Come Up by Angie Thomas (Walker Books) The Carnegie shortlist includes Lark, a book written with dyslexic readers in mind by Anthony McGowan, exploring the special bond between brothers ahead of a visit from their mum, who abandoned them a long time ago. Shaun Tan has been shortlisted for the 2020 Kate Greenaway Medal for distinguished illustration in a book for children and young people for his book Tales from the Inner City (A&U). A modern fairytale with a fight for freedom, self and truth. Teenage Bill’s life is turned upside down when he is left adrift in the sea after his competition sailing yacht is lost in a storm. Suddenly the success she craved becomes a necessity to save her life. Today (Friday 9th October 2020), the winners of the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Shadowers’ Choice Awards, as voted for by children and young people, are revealed. The CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals are the UK’s oldest and best-loved children’s book awards, recognising outstanding reading experiences created through writing and illustration in books for children and young people. Books for EYFS & ReceptionBooks for Year 1Books for Year 2Books for Year 3Books for Year 4Books for Year 5Books for Year 6Books for Year 7Books for Year 8Books for Year 9Books for Year 10Books for Year 11. Click here to discover links to various digital content available for each shortlisted book for you to explore. The winners for both the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals 2020 are due to be announced on Wednesday 17th June 2020 at The British Library, hosted by "University Challenge" star and CILIP Library Champion Bobby Seagull. As a positive response to these challenges, the shortlists offer solace by displaying the awesome beauty of the natural world, human determination and courage, kindness and support which were frequent touchstones throughout these remarkable books. When Nick and Kenny get out for a walk on the moors away from family life, they find themselves caught in a freak and life-changing snow storm.   Enabling JavaScript in your browser will allow you to experience all the features of our site. Shadowers were inspired both by the energetic and engaging story told in verse and the impactful illustrations. The Iron Man illustrated by Chris Mould and written by Ted Hughes (Faber & Faber) An emotionally charged and hard hitting quest suitable for teens in years 8-11. 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