The nominations for the 2014 West Australian Young Reader’s Book Awards have been announced and I’m delighted to learn that Duck for a Day appears on the Younger Readers list.
WAYRBA is a readers’ choice award, organised on a statewide basis for young readers, with students nominating their favourites. There are eighteen nominations in the Younger Readers category this year, mostly from Australia but with a couple of international titles in the mix. To the best of my knowledge, Duck for a Day is the only book in this category by a West Australian author. I haven’t had a book on the WAYRBA lists since my first novel, Annabel, Again, was nominated back in 2008, so I’m thrilled.
Once school goes back (tomorrow!), readers all over the state will start their engines and get down to the business of reading and voting for their favourites.
It’s great to see my little duck still quacking along; here’s hoping Max makes some new friends before voting closes at the end of September.
Hello Meg! Congratulations!
And in other Incredible Award News, I’ve just nominated your blog for Liebster award. Cue applause!
If you’d like to participate I have a list of questions on this page, but if not, please just take this as a compliment 🙂 http://cristyburne.com/2014/02/08/liebster-awards-discover-new-blogs/
Thanks for all the great reading!