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This year’s winner will be announced on 2nd June and the shortlist hosts a fabulous array of talented writers tackling important global issues. Started in 2012, the Little Rebels Award is designed to recognise the rich tradition of radical publishing for children in the UK. The award focuses on fiction only for children aged 0-12. Click here for the Little Rebels Award 2018 Shortlist.
Award winning author Elizabeth Laird is on the shortlist this year for her book, Welcome to Nowhere. Macmillan Children’s Books, 2017.
Twelve-year-old Omar and his brothers and sisters were born and raised in the beautiful and bustling city of Bosra, Syria. Street demonstrations and slogans are followed by government reprisals, and the whole of Syria is soon engulfed in a cruel civil war. When the bombs start falling, Omar and his family have no choice but to flee their homes with only what they can carry. The shadow of war follows them, until at last they have no choice but to flee their homeland altogether. If you are interested in why she came to write this story, visit Elizabeth’s website. This one is next on my reading list!
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