Thursday, April 21, 2011

CBA Libris Book Awards Shortlist Announced

How thrilling! A Porcupine in a Pine Tree has been nominated for the Illustrated Children's Book of The Year by the Canadian Booksellers Association!


Here's the complete list of nominations.I'm delighted to see friends in almost every category!!!

Canadian Booksellers Association


CBA Libris Awards 2011 Shortlist

AUTHOR

Emma Donoghue

Kathleen Winter

Johanna Skibsrud

FICTION

Annabel by Kathleen Winter (House of Anansi)

Room by Emma Donoghue (HarperCollins)

The Sentimentalists by Johanna Skibsrud (Douglas & McIntyre and Gaspereau Press)

NON-FICTION

Harperland by Lawrence Martin (Penguin)

The Tiger by John Vaillant (Knopf Canada)

Changing My Mind by Margaret Trudeau (HarperCollins)

Mordechai Richler by Charles Foran (Knopf Canada)

BOOKSELLER

The Book Keeper (Sarnia, ON)

Westminster Books (Fredericton, NB)

Blue Heron Books (Uxbridge, ON)

SPECIALTY

Vancouver Kids (Vancouver, BC)

The Flying Dragon Bookshop (Toronto, ON)

Sleuth of Baker Street (Toronto, ON)

CAMPUS

University of Toronto

University of Calgary

McGill University

YOUNG READER

Pluto’s Ghost by Sheree Fitch (Random)

Zombiekins by Kevin Bolger (Penguin)

Words That Start with B by Vikki VanSickle (Scholastic)

EDITOR

Sandy Bogart Johnston, Scholastic

Iris Tulpholme, HarperCollins

Adrienne Kerr, Penguin

SALES REP

Liza Hageraats, Canadian Manda Group

Debbie Brown, Kate Walker & Company

Genevieve Laughlin, Hornblower

Lynn Reeder, Random House of Canada

PICTURE BOOKS

Mabel Murple by Sheree Fitch, illustrated by Sydney Smith (Nimbus)

Giraffe and Bird by Rebecca Bender (Dancing Cat Books/Cormorant)

A Porcupine in a Pine Tree by Helaine Becker & Werner Zimmermann (Scholastic)

DISTRIBUTOR

North 49 Books

Penguin Group Canada

HarperCollins

SMALL PRESS

Coach House Books

Cormorant Books

Gaspereau Press

PUBLISHER

House of Anansi Press

Penguin Group Canada

HarperCollins

Douglas & McIntyre and Gaspereau Press

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