Tuesday, 3 June 2014

2014/2015 Red Cedar Book Award shortlists already announced

The Red Cedar Book Award (a.k.a. B.C.'s Young Readers' Choice Award) announced its award winners for 2013/2014 and have already announced the two short-lists of nominated titles for the upcoming year, though not officially launched until November.  Readers in Grades 4 through 7 will have until next spring to read the books to prepare themselves for voting in April.


by David Carroll
Scholastic Canada

The Metro Dogs of Moscow 
by Rachelle Delaney

Home Ice Advantage 
by Tom Earle

by Alison Hughes

The Spotted Dog Last Seen 
by Jessica Scott Kerrin

September 17 
by Amanda West Lewis
Red Deer Press

The Hidden Agenda of Sigrid Sugden 
by Jill MacLean
Fitzhenry & Whiteside

Athlete vs. Mathlete 
by W.C. Mack

Pieces of the Past (Dear Canada series) 
by Carol Matas
Scholastic Canada

Amelia and Me 
by Heather Stemp 

Curse of the Dream Witch 
by Allan Stratton
Scholastic Canada

Enigma (Camp X series) 
by Eric Walters
Puffin Canada


Before the World was Ready: Stories of Daring Genius in Science 
by Claire Eamer
Art by Sa Boothroyd
Annick Press

Bones Never Lie: How Forensics Helps Solve History’s Mysteries 
by Elizabeth MacLeod
Annick Press

Cat Champions: Caring for Our Feline Friends 
by Rob Laidlaw
Pajama Press

Courageous Women Rebels (Women’s Hall of Fame series) 
by Joy Crysdale
Second Story Press

Down to Earth: How Kids Help Feed the World 
by Nikki Tate

Follow Your Money: Who gets it, Who spends it, Where does it go? 
by Kevin Sylvester & Michael Hlinka
Annick Press

Great Bear Sea: Exploring the Marine Life of a Pacific Paradise 
by Ian McAllister & Nicholas Read
Orca Book Publishers

Homophobia: Deal with It and Turn Prejudice into Pride 
by Steven Solomon
Art by Nick Johnson
James Lorimer

In Deep With the Octopus 
by Norma Dixon
Fitzhenry & Whiteside

Legends, Icons & Rebels: Music That Changed the World 
by Robbie Robertson, Jim Guerinot, Sebastian Robertson & Jarad Levine
Tundra Books

No Borders: Kigliqangittuq 
by Darla Evyagotailak and Mindy Willett
Art by Tessa Macintosh
Fitzhenry & Whiteside

The Last Train: A Holocaust Story 
by Rona Arato

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