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Junior Information Book Award

Winner

The Emperor's Egg. Martin Jenkins. illustrated by Jane Chapman. Walker Books pound;9.99

Shortlist

Castle Diary. Richard Platt. illustrated by Chris Riddell. Walker Books pound;14.99

Movers and Shapers. Sarah Angliss. illustrated by Tom Connell. Belitha Press pound;9.99

Senior Information Book Award

Winner

A Visitor's Guide to Ancient Rome. Lesley Sims. Illustrated by Christyan Fox, Ian Jackson and John Woodcock. Usborne pound;6.99

Shortlist

Space Encyclopedia. Heather Couper and Nigel Henbest. Dorling Kindersley pound;20

Rainforest. Kathryn Senior. Illustrated by Carolyn Scrace.Macdonald pound;4.99

Primary Schoolbook Award for Science. Winner

Teaching about Energy: Practical Activities for 7 to 11 year olds. Clare Eastland. Southgate Publishers with the Centre for Alternative Technology pound;7.95. No entries were shortlisted for this year's award

Secondary Schoolbook Award for Science

Winner

Physics Now! 11 - 14. Peter D Riley. John Murray pound;9.99 Teacher's Resource Book pound;35

Shortlist

Health Sciences. Pamela Minett, David Wayne and David Rubenstein. Collins pound;12.99

Revise for GCSE Science Salters. Foundation. Gill Alderton, David Berrington and Michael Brimicombe. Heinemannpound;5.50


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