TES Books Resources Awards Shortlist

1st March 1996 at 00:00
Winners will be announced at the Education Show on March 7

* Senior Information Book Award:

Young Citizen's Passport, Citizenship Foundation Hodder Stoughton. Let's Talk About Sex, Walker Books. Keeping Clean: A Very Peculiar History, Watts Books. The Most Amazing Pop-Up Science Book, Watts Books.

* Junior Information Book Award:

Cross-sections: Castles, Dorling Kindersley. Children Just Like Me, Dorling KindersleyUNICEF. Read and Wonder: I Love Guinea-Pigs, Walker Books. The X-Ray Picture Book of Everyday Things and How They Work, Watts Books.

* Schoolbook Award for Science: Primary:

Stage Two Science Ecosystems, Channel 4 Schools. Discovery: Dinosaurs, Ladybird. Caring for our environment, Oxford University Press.

* Schoolbook Award for Science: Secondary:

Science Now!, Heinemann. GCSE Biology, John Murray. Summary Book: Science to GCSE, OUP.

* Resources Award for Mixed Media: Primary:

How We Used To Live: Early Victorians, Yorkshire International Thomson Multimedia. The Music Show, Channel 4Educational Television CompanySouthgate Publishers. Oxford Reading Tree:More Stories, OUPSherston.

* Resources Award for Mixed Media: Secondary:

Dead Man's Chest, BBC EducationLothian Regional Council. Food - a fact of life: Energy and Nutrients, British Nutrition Foundation.

* The awards are run inassociation with the Educational Publishers Association and the British Educational Suppliers Association.

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