Books

The Guardian Children's Fiction Prize

website:
www.guardian.co.uk

2009

Guardian Children's Fiction Prize - Winner

  • Exposure

    By Mal Peet

    Paperback, AUS $18.99, NZ $19.99
    A massive football star has it all but someone is plotting his downfall in this new edition of Exposure, by Carnegie Medal-winning author Mal Peet.

2008

Guardian Teenage Prize - Longlisted

  • The Goldsmith's Daughter

    By Tanya Landman

    Paperback, AUS $16.99, NZ $21.99
    From the Carnegie Medal-winning author of Buffalo Soldier comes the story of a young girl struggling to change the course of her fate.

The Guardian children's fiction prize, the only children's book award judged by children's authors, has been running since 1967. - Winner

2007

A celebration of the best literature for younger readers. - Longlisted

  • The Penalty

    By Mal Peet

    Paperback, AUS $18.99, NZ $19.99
    Football, corruption and dark secrets collide in the thrilling sequel to the award-winning Keeper by Carnegie Medal-winning author Mal Peet.

2004

Guardian Children's Fiction Award - Shortlisted

1998

Guardian Children's Fiction Award - Winner

  • Fire, Bed and Bone

    By Henrietta Branford

    Paperback, AUS $14.99, NZ $16.99
    This award-winning classic speaks back to the divisions of fourteenth century Britain from the perspective of a much-loved hunting dog, now with a new introduction from Celia Rees, author of Witch Child.

1994

Guardian Children's Fiction Award - Shortlisted

  • Smart Girls

    By Robert Leeson
    Illustrated by Axel Scheffler

    Paperback, AUS $15.99, NZ $17.99
    The feisty heroines of these five folk tales all share one important quality: they are extremely SMART!

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