Worcestershire Teen Book Award (WTBA)
2014 Winner announced:
The winner of the Worcestershire Teen Book Award was announced
at a brilliant day of celebration attended by participating
schools, our sponsors MLS and author Phil Earle who gave us a
wonderfully engaging and inspiring talk. And the winner is...
The 5th Wave
by Rick Yancey
The winning Quiz team:
Tell us what you think on our blog:
on our blog with your favourite title. Visit: schoolslibraryservice.blogspot.co.uk
Benefits of participating in the award
- One school
developed a reading culture that was not present previously.
- Another converted a group of girls to a
traditional 'boys' writer.
- All schools have said that pupils (and some
teachers and librarians) have read books they otherwise would not
- The intention was to stretch our boundaries
and the WTBA has done just that.
- Titles published from
November one year through to the following October
- Aimed at readers aged 11 to
- Cannot be a sequel.
Pupils vote in school to whittle down to a
shortlist of six.
Books are read over Spring term and votes collated for the final
Although we encourage pupils to read as many
of the titles as possible, we will accept votes if pupils have not
read the lot, but still get excited by what they have read.
to our Facebook
group to comment on the titles.
- BBC Learning
Online learning resources
parents and carers to enjoy books with children
- Federation of Children's Book
An established national group. Be part of this dynamic team to
bring books and authors to your school.
- Reading Connects, a
DfES-funded National Reading Campaign initiative, seeks to support
schools in building their own reading culture.
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This page was last reviewed 11 April 2014 at 11:47.
The page is next due for review 8 October 2015.