CARNEGIE CHALLENGE

Recommendations
Futher to the annonucement of the Long List for the presigious Carnegie Award we’ve set a challenge in the school library.
Read all the titles in the long list (if you can) or the short list which will be announced on the 16th of March. Share your thoughts via the school library while attempting to predict the winner. 
Pit yourself against this years team of Carnegie Judges. 

Book by John Agard (Available from Cardiff Libraries)
A Song For Ella Grey by David Almond (Available from Bridgend, Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
One by Sarah Crossan (Available from RCT, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
The Earth Is Singing by Vanessa Curtis (Available from RCT, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
The Door That Led To Where by Sally Gardner (Available from RCT, Bridgend, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
The Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge (Available from RCT, Bridgend, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
The Imaginary by A.F. Harrold (Available from RCT, Bridgend & Cardiff  Libraries )
There Will Be Lies by Nick Lake (Available from RCT, Bridgend, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
We Are All Made of Molecules by Susin Neilsen (Review Copy Available from the School Library)
The Rest of Us Just Live Here by Patrick Ness (Available from RCT, Bridgend, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
Jessica’s Ghost by Andrew Norriss (Available from Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
Panther by David Owen (Review Copy Available from the School Library)
Shepherd’s Crown by Terry Pratchett (Available from RCT, Bridgend, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
Five Children on the Western Front by Kate Saunders (Available from RCT, Bridgend, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
The Ghosts of Heaven by Marcus Sedgwick (Available from the School Library)
Thirteen Chairs by Dave Shelton (Available from RCT, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
Lies We Tell Ourselves by Robin Talley (Available from Cardiff Libraries)
Fire Colour One by Jenny Valentine (Available from RCT, Bridgend & Cardiff  Libraries)
My Name’s Not Friday by Jon Walter (Available from Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
Liccle Bit by Alex Wheatle (Available from RCT, Cardiff & Vale of Glamorgan Libraries)
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