is the world’s leading human rights organisation with more than seven million supporters worldwide. The Review informed the annual evaluation process and long-term planning around the Awards and accompanying shadowing scheme. In addition, first-time longlistees for the Carnegie Medal, Kate DiCamillo (Louisiana's Way Home), and Karen Foxlee (Lenny’s Book of Everything) are in competition with previously longlisted and shortlisted alumni Nick Lake (Nowhere on Earth), Anthony McGowan (Lark) and Hilary McKay (The Skylarks' War). The winners of the 2020 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals have been announced! The Kate The topics of displacement and the refugee crisis are also explored in a picture book about the arrival of a refugee carrying a suitcase containing his treasured possessions (The Suitcase, written and illustrated by Chris Naylor-Ballesteros), a story of an unlikely friendship between a British boy and a Berber girl both stranded at sea (Girl. more_vert. LONGLISTED: Captain Rosalie. 2020 CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal longlist (alphabetical by illustrator surname): For further information about the history of the Medals visit, In 2020, the judging panel includes 14 volunteer judges from CILIP’s Youth Libraries Group. Ofsted is the Office for Standards in Education, Children’s Services and Skills. They read, discuss and review the books on the shortlists, get involved in reading related activity in groups and vote for their favourite books to win the Shadowers’ Choice Awards. The 2020 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals are sponsored by. This award has evolved out of CILIP’s Diversity Review, which identified opportunities to empower and celebrate the young people involved in the Medals through the shadowing scheme. The 2020 winners of the prestigious CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals – the UK’s oldest book awards for children and young people – have been revealed. Now in its second year, the Shadowers’ Choice Award – voted for and awarded by the children and young people who shadow the Medals – will be announced alongside the two Medal winners. Plus three debut offerings feature alongside previous winner Levi Pinfold. The full final report (2018) and a progress report (2019) can be found. For further information about the history of the Medals visit www.cilip.org.uk/carnegiegreenaway, For media requests, please contact Hephzibah Kwakye-Saka and Beatrice Edwards at Riot Communications: 020 3174 0118 Amnesty create human rights-based materials for all the shortlisted books to aid reflection and discussion in classrooms and libraries. Shortlisted titles for the 2020 Kate Greenaway Medal.  Beatrice@riotcommunications.com, About the CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Awards and Shadowing Scheme. Julia Hale, Chair, CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals judging panel, comments: “This year’s longlists shine a light on the breadth and quality of children’s publishing not just of the UK but from around the world. YLG has 12 regional committees covering all of the UK and each committee advertises and democratically recruits a YLG judge to represent them on the panel of judges. Characters address the importance of friendships and family bonds in books across the Carnegie and Kate Greenaway 16-strong list. Kate Greenaway Medal 2020 Le 18 juin 2020 L'artiste australien Shaun Tan vient de remporter la Kate Greenaway Medal pour l'illustration exceptionnelle de la couverture de … Small independents Tiny Owl, Lantana Publishing and Barrington Stoke also feature on the list with one book each, while Pushkin Children’s Books makes the list with two books. The two translated books that make the Kate Greenaway longlist are Captain Rosalie, illustrated by Isabelle Arsenault, written by Timothée de Fombelle and translated by Sam Gordon, and Little Wise Wolf, illustrated by Hanneke Siemensma, written by Gijs Van der Hammen and translated by Laura Watkinson. Amnesty International is the world’s leading human rights organisation with more than seven million supporters worldwide. Launched in 2013, Inclusive Minds is a collective for people who are passionate about inclusion, diversity, equality and accessibility in children's literature and are committed changing the face of children's books. The judges awarded the Carnegie Medal to Lark by Anthony McGowan (Barrington Stoke) and Tales from the Inner City by Shaun Tan (Walker Books) was awarded the Kate Greenaway Medal. The winners will each receive £500 worth of books to donate to their local library, a specially commissioned golden medal and a £5,000 Colin Mears Award cash prize. One book is in the running for both Medals: Voyages in the Underworld of Orpheus Black, written by previously shortlisted Marcus Sedgwick with his brother Julian Sedgwick and illustrated by. more_vert. The theme of homelessness also features in several longlisted books, including No Fixed Address by Susin Nielsen, a story about a 12-year-old growing up one step away from homelessness and Toffee by Sarah Crossan, a novel about a teenager who runs away from home and gets taken in by an elderly woman with dementia. Celebrating the best in children’s writing and illustration respectively, the Medals are unique in being judged by children’s librarians, while the Shadowers’ Choice Award, recently added to the Awards ceremony celebrations, is voted for by children and young people who shadow the Medals. An independent Diversity Review, chaired by Margaret Casely-Hayford, took place throughout the 2018 Medals cycle. Amnesty’s partnership with CILIP focuses on strengthening its educational and training offer around human rights awareness and learning for shadowers, group leaders and shortlisted authors and illustrators. This award has evolved out of CILIP’s. in June 2020. LONGLISTED: Captain Rosalie. About CILIP, the library and information association. CILIP is a registered charity, no. The CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Awards 2020 The Carnegie Medal is a British literary award that annually recognises one outstanding new English-language book for children or young adults. CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal 2020: Tales from the Inner City written and illustrated by Shaun Tan (Walker Books) A young girl’s cat brightens the lives of everyone in the neighbourhood. The Review informed the annual evaluation process and long-term planning around the Awards and accompanying shadowing scheme. Independent publishers are strongly represented across the longlist, with Walker Books securing 10 entries, making them the publisher with the highest number of longlisted books. We hope you will be as inspired to explore them as we were by reading them.”. ALCS is delighted to be a sponsor of these awards, which respectively honour outstanding writing and illustration for children. The shortlists for both the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals 2020 will be announced on Thursday 19th March 2020, with the winners being announced on Wednesday 17th June 2020 at a special daytime event at The British Library, hosted by University Challenge star and CILIP Library Champion, Bobby Seagull. The Kate Greenaway Medal is award… The 2020 CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway longlists are revealed, including books that reflect empathy, reimaginings of classics and the first translated book to be longlisted for the Carnegie Medal. Anderson, Laura Ellen. Two ‘extraordinary’ books exploring survival and our relationship with nature through short stories win UK’s most prestigious book awards for children and young people Third time lucky for British author Anthony McGowan, who clinches the CILIP Carnegie Medal with the fourth book in his series of short novellas Academy Award-winning artist, writer and film maker […]. An in-depth blog by Julia Hale exploring the longlisted titles can be found here. twice-shortlisted Alexis Deacon, a story about two brothers in conflict amidst the devastation of WWII London. Value of trained information professionals, Information managers, officers and assistants, Competitive intelligence officers and analysts, Commercial, Legal & Scientific Information Group, International Library & Information Group, Multimedia Information & Technology Group. Each judge serves a two-year term and each year the panel is a unique mix of new and experienced judges led by the Chair of Judges. The Awards’ mission ‘to inspire and empower the next generation to shape a better world through books and reading’ is reflected in the longlist, with stories that help children develop empathy by understanding their own and other people’s feelings and reality. Another strand emerging from this list is the re-imagination of classic books, with feminist retellings featuring strongly. Reimaginings of, in June 2020. Share on Facebook; ... Tan was announced as the winner of the Kate Greenaway medal for … The winners of the CILIP Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Shadowers’ Choice Awards, as voted for by children and young people, are revealed. Kate Greenaway Nursery School and Children’s Centre received the Ofsted Outstanding Award in 2010/2011, 2012/2013 and 2015/2016 and 2019/2020. I Don't Want to be Small. Previously shortlisted illustrators for the Kate Greenaway Medal, Poonam Mistry (You’re Snug With Me), Shaun Tan (Tales from the Inner City) and Chris Wormell (Planetarium) are joined by Angela Brooksbank (B is for Baby), Owen Davey (Fanatical About Frogs) and Emily Haworth-Booth (The King Who Banned the Dark).