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Special Educational Needs Book Awards

The winners of the Special Educational Needs Book Awards for 2000 will be announced by author Anne Fine at Special Needs London on November 2. The awards are presented by The Educational Publishers Council and the National Association for Special Educational Needs, with the support of The Times Educational Supplement.

The awards were established in 1992 to encourage the development of high quality books for children and their teachers.

Children'shortlist: Crab-boy Cranc by Julie Rainsbury, Pont pound;3.50 Dolphin Boy by Julie Bertagna, Egmont Children's Books pound;3.99 Dreaming in Black amp; White by Reinhardt Jung, Egmont Children's Books pound;3.99 Friends: Going Shopping, Going on a School Trip,At the Seaside, Birthday Party, Playing in a Band, Going Swimming by Diane Church, Watts Publishing Group pound;9.99 each The Raging Quiet by Sherryl Jordan, Simon amp;Schuster pound;7.99 Truth or Date by Celia Rees, Macmillan pound;3.99 Susan Laughs by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross, Andersen Press pound;9.99 Academic shortlist: Combating Educational Disadvantage: meeting the needs of vulnerable children edited by Theo Cox, Falmer Press pound;18.99 Defying Disaffection: how schools are winning the hearts and minds of reluctant students by Reva Klein, Trentham Books pound;10.95 The Education of Children with Medical Conditions edited by Alison Closs, David Fulton Publishers pound;16.50 Martian in the Playground: understanding the school child with Asperger's Syndrome by Clare Sainsbury, Lucky Duck Publishing pound;12 Special Education and School Reform in the United States and Britain edited by Margaret J McLaughlin and Martyn Rouse, Routledge pound;17.99 Working Towards Inclusion Education: social contexts by Peter Mittler, David Fulton Publishers pound;16

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