West Australian Young Readers' Book Award

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Older Readers’ Shortlist 2018

Perfect (Flawed #2) by Cecelia AHERN
Within These Walls by Robyn BAVATI*
Summerlost by Ally CONDIE
Arena 13 (Arena 13 #1) by Joseph DELANEY
Living on Hope Street by Demet DIVAROREN*
Pieces of Sky by Trinity DOYLE*
The Girl Who Rode the Wind by Stacy GREGG
Catch the Zolt (The Debt #1) by Phillip GWYNNE*
The Last Time We Say Goodbye by Cynthia HAND
One Half From the East by Nadia HASHIMI
Ginny Moon by Benjamin LUDWIG
The Novice (The Summoner #1) by Taran MATHARU
One of Us is Lying by Karen M. McMANUS
All the Bright Places by Jennifer NIVEN
Library of Souls (Miss Peregrine’s Peculiar Children #3) by Ransom RIGGS
Sunny Side Up (Geek Girl #4.5 / Geek Girl Special #2) by Holly SMALE
The Warden’s Daughter by Jerry SPINELLI
Hunted by Meagan SPOONER
Trouble is a Friend of Mine (Trouble #1) by Stephanie TROMLY
Pandemic by Yvonne VENTRESCA
Everything, Everything by Nicola YOON
One Would Think the Deep by Claire ZORN*

  * Australian Author       

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.

 

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Younger Readers’ Shortlist 2018

Riddle Gully Secrets (Riddle Gully #3) by Jen BANYARD**
Intergalactic Gas (Bad Guys Episode 5) By Aaron BLABEY*
The Lost Twin (Scarlet and Ivy #1) by Sophie CLEVERLY
Spooky Weird! (WeirDo #9) by Anh DO*
Turning Pointes by Emma FREEDMAN*
The 91-Storey Treehouse (Treehouse #7) by Andy GRIFFITHS*
Alice-Miranda Holds the Key (Alice-Miranda 15) by Jacqueline HARVEY*
Welcome to Willowvale (Vet Cadets #1) by Rebecca JOHNSON*
Double Down (Diary of a Wimpy Kid #11) by Jeff KINNEY
Tracy Lacy is Completely Coo-Coo Bananas! (Tracy Lacy #1) by Tania LACY*
Pax by Sara PENNYPACKER
The Other Christy by Oliver PHOMMAVANH*
Epic Adventure (kind of) (Tom Gates #13) by Liz PICHON
Pepsi the Problem Puppy by Sandi PARSONS**
The Shop at Hoopers Bend by Emily RODDA*
Darkstalker (Wings of Fire: Legends#1) by Tui T. SUTHERLAND
Sisters (Smile #2) by Raina TELGEMEIER
The Midnight Gang by David WALLIAMS
Rent a Bridesmaid by Jacqueline WILSON
Battle Royale (Selwood Boys #1) by Tony WILSON*

 

* Australian Author       ** West Australian Author

 

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.

 


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Picture Books Shortlist 2018

Torty and the Soldier: A Story of a True WWI Survivor by Jennifer BECK & Fifi COLTSON
Even Superheroes Have Bad Days by Shelly BECKER & Eda KABAN
Don’t Call Me Bear! by Aaron BLABEY*
New Year Surprise! by Christopher CHENG* & Di WU*
Boy by Phil CUMMINGS* & Shane DEVRIES*
Whatcha Building? by Andrew DADDO* & Stephen Michael KING*
The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors by Drew DAYWALT & Adam REX
There’s a Big Green Frog in the Toilet by Anh DO* & Heath MCKENZIE*
The Travel Bug by Benjamin GILMOUR* & James Gulliver HANCOCK*
Chip by Kylie HOWARTH**
Radio Rescue! by Jane JOLLY* & Robert INGPEN*
We’re All Wonders by R J PALACIO
Stepping Stones: A Refugee Family’s Journey by Margriet RUUS & Nizar Ali BADR
Spark by Adam WALLACE* & Andrew PLANT*
The Afghanistan Pup by Mark WILSON*
Nanna’s Button Tin by Dianne WOLFER** & Heather POTTER*

* Australian Author / Illustrator         ** West Australian Author/ Illustrator

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.