West Australian Young Readers' Book Award

Reading Lists, Past Winners, Newsletters, Merchandise

Older Readers 2013

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Knife (Faery Rebels Book 1 ) by R.J. Anderson

A Dog’s Journey by Bruce Cameron

Out of Sight, Out of Time (Gallagher Girls Book 5) by Ally Carter

Marshmallow Skye (The Chocolate Box Girls) by Cathy Cassidy

Spoiled by H. Cocks and J. Morgan

Mockingjay (Hunger Games Book 3) by Suzanne Collins

Matched by Ally Condie

Tempest (Tempest Trilogy Book 1) by Julie Cross

Nowhere to Run (My Story) by Carol Drinkwater

Pennies for Hitler by Jackie French

The Hunt (The Hunt Book 1) by Andrew Fukuda

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

Mud, Sweat and Tears by Bear Grylls

Breaking of the Circle by S.M. Hall

Why We Broke Up by Daniel Handler

Switched (Trylle Trilogy Book 1) by Amanda Hocking

Ransomwood by Sherryl Jordan

After by Sue Lawson

All Fall Down by Sally Nicholls

Inheritance (Inheritance Cycle Book 4) by Christopher Paolini

A Midsummers Tights Dream (Withering Tights Book 2)  by Louise Rennison

The Son of Neptune (Heroes of Olympus Book 2) by Rick Riordan

Slated (Slated Book 1) by Teri Terry

Ashes, Ashes by Jo Treggiari

The Crowfield Curse (Crowfield Book 1) by Pat Walsh

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The books on the list have been nominated by the young readers of Western Australia and it is important that you carefully consider your selection policy before purchasing.

Individual authorities are expected to make their own decisions regarding any controversial aspects of books purchased for their readers.

You do not have to purchase all the books to participate in the voting.

Author: Sandi Parsons

Sandi Parsons lives and breathes stories, as a reader, writer and storyteller. Having spent eighteen years working in educational libraries, she is passionate about diversity in storytelling and engaging readers with stories. Sandi considers her guardianship of gifted lungs one of her many victories in her on-going battle with Cystic Fibrosis. She believes that a teetering stack of books waiting to be read is an essential component of every household. www.sandiwrites.com.au

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