Amnesty CILIP Honour for Carnegie and Kate Greenaway - Teaching resources 2016
We have partnered with CILIP (the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals) to produce the new Amnesty CILIP honour to commend human rights in children’s literature.
Spanning both the Carnegie fiction and the Kate Greenaway 2016 picture book awards, our judging panel will choose from both shortlists the books that best illuminate, uphold and celebrate human rights.
Here you can download free resources to explore the shortlist with your classes and shadowing groups.
Carnegie medal shortlist
- One (PDF) by Sarah Crossan
- The Lie Tree (PDF) by Frances Hardinge
- There Will Be Lies (PDF) by Nick Lake
- The Rest of Us Just Live Here (PDF) by Patrick Ness
- Five Children on the Western Front (PDF) by Kate Saunders
- The Ghosts of Heaven (PDF) by Marcus Sedgwick
- Lies we Tell Ourselves (PDF) by Robin Talley (WINNER)
- Fire Colour One (PDF) by Jenny Valentine
Kate Greenaway medal shortlist
Willy’s Stories by Anthony Browne
There’s a Bear on My Chair by Ross Collins (WINNER)
Once upon an Alphabet by Oliver Jeffers
Sam and Dave Dig a Hole illustrated by Jon Klassen, written by Mac Barnett
Something about a Bear by Jackie Morris
Captain Jack and the Pirates illustrated by Helen Oxenbury, written by Peter Bently
The Sleeper and the Spindle illustrated by Chris Riddell, written by Neil Gaiman
Footpath Flowers illustrated by Sidney Smith, written by Jon Arno Lawson