TES book awards 1998;Books

27th February 1998 at 00:00
From an entry of more than 200 books, and subjects ranging from ancient Greece to the World Wide Web, 'The TES' is pleased to announce the shortlists for the annual Information and Schoolbook Awards. Mathematics is the subject for this year's Schoolbook Award. The winners will be announced with a full report of the judging in next week's 'Friday'

TES JUNIOR INFORMATION BOOK AWARD

The Ultimate 3D. Pop-Up Art Book. By Ron van der Meer and Frank Whitford. Dorling Kindersley pound;15.99. Time and the Universe. By Mary and John Gribbin. Hodder pound;3.99. Walk with a Wolf. By Janni Howker and Sarah Fox Davies. Walker Books pound;9.99. TES SENIOR INFORMATION BOOK AWARD

Big Bang. By Heather Couper and Nigel Henbest. Dorling Kindersley pound;9.99. Sharks. By Christopher Maynard. Walker Books pound;9.99. Holocaust. By R G Grant. Wayland pound;10.99. TESEPC PRIMARY SCHOOLBOOK AWARD. Learning Mathematics in the Nursery: Desirable Approaches. By The Early Childhood. Mathematics Group. BEAM pound;8.50. Numbertime: Time. By Barbara Allebone and Lesley Jones. BBC Education pound;10.99. Developing Mental Maths with 9-11 year olds. By Tamara Bibby. Scholastic pound;8.99. TESEPC SECONDARY SCHOOLBOOK AWARD. More Mathematical Challenges. By Tony Gardiner. Cambridge University Press pound;6.95. Nelson Secondary Maths Extension Book.

By Jim Noonan, Paula Barker, Terry Bevis, Gay Cain, Brian Martin, Christine Mitchell, Robert Powell, Gwen Wood. Nelson pound;5.25. Maths Plus. By Sheila Beniston, Paul Cherry, Elizabeth Forth, Jill Lane and Gareth Price Collins pound;6.99

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