Posts tagged 2014 New Zealand Post Children’s Book Awards

Pick Your Winner and Win Books

The winners of the 2014 New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults are announced in just one week, at the awards ceremony in Auckland on Monday 23 June.  There are some fantastic finalist books this year that we highly recommend.  Some of them will take you to new, exciting places, and some of them are set in our own backyard.  You can learn how to create a piece of wearable art or how to hunt and stew up a possum.

We want to know who you think will win.  We’ve got some copies of the junior fiction finalists to give away and a couple of Subway vouchers.  Just enter your winning book in the form below, along with your name and we’ll draw 5 winners next week.  Competition closes Friday 20 June (Canterbury residents only).

This competition has now closed.  Thanks to those who entered.

 

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Enter our Autumn Reading Competition

Win books and Subway vouchers!

At Christchurch City Libraries we’re combining our Autumn Reading Competition with the New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults.  The finalists in this year’s book awards are announced on Tuesday 8 April and this is also when our Autumn Reading Competition opens.

During the Autumn Reading Promotion you’ll have the chance to vote for your favourite finalist book in the New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults, and you’ll have the chance to win a trip to Orana Park for your class or your family.

Here on the Christchurch Kids Blog we have extra chances for you to win.  You could win a set of the Junior Fiction finalist books and Subway vouchers, just for sending us your response to one of the finalist books.  You could write a review, write a poem, create something and send us a photo, or you could write a story based on one of the books.  Email your response to christchurchkidsblog@ccc.govt.nz or enter it as a comment on this post.

Competition closes Friday 21 May.  See below for terms and conditions

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