National Book Awards Children's Book of the Year

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The National Book Awards Children's Book of the Year Award is a British literary award, given annually to works of children's literature as part of the Galaxy National Book Awards. It was established in 1996, replacing the British Illustrated Children's Book of the Year and British Children's Author of the Year categories.

It is currently sponsored by W H Smith, although previously it has been sponsored by Red House (who also sponsor the Red House Children's Book Award). The name changed in 2010, previously it was called the British Children's Book Award.

Winners and shortlists[edit]

British Children's Author of the Year[edit]

The British Children's Author of the Year Award was given annually to authors of children's literature as part of the British Book Awards. It was established in 1990 and awarded for the last time in 1995. For the 1996 British Book Awards both it and the Illustrated Children's Book of the Year award were replaced by the Children's Book of the Year category.

Winners

British Illustrated Children's Book of the Year[edit]

The British Illustrated Children's Book of the Year Award was given annually to illustrated works of children's literature as part of the British Book Awards. It was established in 1991 and awarded for the last time in 1995. For the 1996 British Book Awards both it and the Children's Author of the Year award were replaced by the Children's Book of the Year category.

Winners

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alison Flood (5 December 2012). "EL James comes out on top at National Book awards". The Guardian. Retrieved December 05, 2012.