Book Busters Award

Book Busters AwardMonday 3 November – Monday 16 February

Take part in the Book Busters challenge! Read new titles, discover new authors and vote for your favourite book for a chance to win a £20 book store voucher. Vote for your favourite title in your local library or by clicking on your favourite title below.

Download the event flyer here.

Download the event flyer here.

Book Busters AwardThere are four categories to choose from each containing six titles:

Books for Sharing:
Families and under 5’s

Books for reading yourself:
5 – 7yr olds

Children’s read: 8 - 10yr olds

Teen read: 11 - 16yr olds

Book For Sharing-Under5/Families

Open Very Carefully by Nick Bromley
Why? by Tracey Corderoy
Friendly Day by Mij Kelly
Abigail by Catherine Rayner
Hector and the big bad knight by Alex T Smith
Gigantosaurus by Jonny Duddle

Books for reading yourself- age 5-7

Day the Crayons Quit by Drew Daywalt
The Cat, the Mouse and the Runaway train by Peter Bentley
Darcy Burdock: Hi So Much by Laura Dockrill
Astonishing Case of the Stolen Stories by Anca Sandu
The Dragonsitter's Island by Josh Lacey
Henry Hunter and the beast of Snagov by John, Matthews

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Children's read - age 8-10

Oliver and the Seawigs by Philip Reeve
The Boy on the Porch by Sharon Creech
Daisy and the trouble with burglars by Kes Gray
Fortunately the milk by Neil Gaiman
All sorts to make a world by John Agard
My  Brother is a Big Fat Liar by James Patterson

Teen read - 11-16

Geek Girl by Holly Smale
My Parents are out of control by Pete Johnson
Lockwood & Co: The Screaming Staircase by Jonathan Stroud
Brace Mouth, False Teeth by Sita Brahmachari
Bodyguard:Ransom by Chris Bradford
Picture me Gone by Meg Rosoff

The book in each category with the most votes will be announced as the winning title. The four winners will be selected at random on Thursday 26 February and notified via email. There will be only one prize winner per category who will be awarded a £20 bookstore voucher each. The winners will be invited to collect their prize at the World Book Day celebration on Thursday 5 March 2015. Final decision will be made by CCS Ltd.


Don't forget to vote using the email link: