Carnegie/Greenaway Shadowing

Introduction

We're the Pembroke Pageturners and meet to read our way through the longlists and then shortlists for Carnegie Medal and Greenaway Award. We love to talk about what we've read and give our opinions on the books, even if we don't always agree.

The club meets every week from March to June.

Watch, read and listen to more about this year's shortlists  

Latest Winners

Our verdict: The group was divided between Patrick Ness for The Ask and the Answer, Julie Hearn's Rowan the Strange and Terry Pratchett's Nation. There Are Cats in this Book by Marc Craste and Helen Ward was the hot favourite for the Greenaway Award.

The Carnegie Medal was won by Neil Gaiman for The Graveyard Book. The Kate Greenaway Medal was awarded to Freya Blackwood for Harry and Hopper.

[Information source: official press releases at http://www.carnegiegreenaway.org.uk/pressdesk/]


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