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Sainsbury’s Children’s Book Awards 2020

Now in their seventh year, the Sainsbury's Children's Book Awards, run in partnership with BookTrust aim to highlight the best children's books for families to share together.

The Winners are:

Activity Book: Draw With Rob by Rob Biddulph (HarperCollins Children's Books) ISBN: 978-0008419110

Baby & Toddler: Don't Tickle the Dinosaur! by Sam Taplin, illustrated by Ana Martin Larranaga (Usborne Publishing) ISBN: 978-1474976763

Favourite Characters: Oi See It! Say It! by Kes Gray, illustrated by Jim Field (Hodder Children's Books) ISBN: 978-1444956856

Fiction: Anisha, Accidental Detective by Serena Patel, illustrated by Emma McCann (Usborne Publishing) ISBN: 978-1474959520

Learning & Development: Do You Love Bugs? by Matt Robertson (Bloomsbury) ISBN: 978-1526609519

Picture Book: Mabel and the Mountain by Kim Hillyard (Penguin Random House)ISBN: 978-0241407929

Classic: Where’s Spot by Eric Hill.(Puffin) ISBN: 978-0241426128

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