[DWJ] Nominate your favourite Carnegie and Greenaway winner book of all time

Robyn Starkey rohina at shaw.ca
Thu Oct 26 16:56:08 EDT 2006


I went for the Rosemary Sutcliffe myself, because I can remember how 
captivated I was by it when I read it as a child.

robyn

deborah.dwj at suberic.net wrote:

>On Thu, 26 Oct 2006, R.Macrae-Gibson at lse.ac.uk wrote:
>
>|Not exactly DWJ related but to celebrate 70 years of the CILIP Carnegie
>|and Greenaway medals, nominations are invited to choose the all-time top
>|10 of each award.
>
>
>Okay, this is ridiculously hard. How on earth do you compare
>Northern Lights/Golden Compass with The Owl Service with The
>Changeover with Junk with Stranger at  Green  Knowe with Tulku
>with A Pack of Lies with The Other Side of Truth with The Amazing
>Maurice? Picking a favorite from those?
>
>-deborah
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