Voting for the 2020 WAYRBA shortlisted titles closes on Monday, 30th November. Votes can be entered on the tally sheet and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are also looking for nominations for the 2021 shortlists – these can be entered online or emailed to us.
Winners will be announced shortly!
Check out Kelmscott Senior High School’s WAYRBA display. Including the book covers is a great way to show the shortlisted books when the actual titles are on loan.
It’s not too late to order merchandise and run WAYRBA in your libraries this year. Voting has been extended until term four. We would love nominations for next year too.
Scroll down for information on how to participate.
Check out the WAYRBA Display at Wilson Primary School! It’s not too late to order your merchandise and participate. Voting and nominations have been extended until the end of Term Four. Students can also vote and nominate online.
Check out this fantastic display by the Library staff at West Byford Primary School. It’s not too late to purchase your WAYRBA merchandise and promote it in your Library. Due to Covid 19 we will be extending the voting until the end of Term 4.
The 2020 Tally sheets are available now! Just click on Tally Sheets on the homepage.
Here is the link for a PDF poster for your Library and website as education goes online for a while. If you need another format email us and let us know at email@example.com.
See below for digital versions of our shortlisted books on Kindle, Audible and Borrow Box. You can download the printable PDF versions as well.
Thank you to everyone who attended the AGM yesterday. For those of you who didn’t make it – your loss. Tamara Moss was awarded the Hoffman Award for Lintang and the Pirate Queen, Norman Jorgensen was inducted into the WAYRBA Hall of Fame, Meg McKinlay gave an enthralling insight into the author-illustrator relationship from her point of view and there was cake. The Studio at Riverton Library was a great venue. Please find links to our previous winners bunting below.