http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GvcjLWrTekg Back on May 12th 2015, Gill Lewis took the prize for the Little Rebels Award for Radical Children's Fiction with her novel, Scarlet Ibis. Her acceptance speech was both profoundly moving and a positive call to action. And now we've finally connected to YouTube, you can hear the speech for yourself. Get yourself a cuppa, settle … Continue reading “This award reminds me to keep on being a little rebel…”
The winner of this year’s Little Rebels Children’s Book Award for Radical Fiction is Gill Lewis for her book, Scarlet Ibis (Oxford University Press). Little Rebels judge, Kim Reynolds, described Scarlet Ibis as “a story that celebrates the often overlooked courage, loyalty and competence of children.” In a moving acceptance speech, Gill said she was … Continue reading “Go out and have a rebellious day” Gill Lewis Wins the Little Rebels Book Award
ONE MORE SLEEP! The winner of the Little Rebels Award will be announced tomorrow, Saturday May 9th, at the 2015 London Radical Bookfair. And…fanfare…and clashings of cymbals…and tinkling of triangles...we will be joined this year by the following shortlisted Little Rebels authors/illustrators: Bernard Ashley, Chris Haughton, Jessica Shepherd, Anne Booth and Mel Elliott. Things you … Continue reading Which rebel has won the little rebels award?…
We are more than a little delighted to announce the 8 books on the 2015 shortlist for the Little Rebels Award (for titles published in 2014)! Full details are below. The judges are meeting this month and the winner will be announced at the London Radical Bookfair on May 9th 2015 at our new fair … Continue reading Eight Little Rebels Have Been Shortlisted!
STOP! Entries are now closed for the Little Rebels Children’s Book Award for Radical Fiction. And what a fantastic load of parcels have landed at the Letterbox Library offices! The parcel contents are all top secret (obviously) but we can tell you that the submissions have been hugely varied: from boardbooks to graphic novels and … Continue reading Little Rebels Award Entries Are Now Closed!
The Alliance of Radical Booksellers (ARB) is pleased to announce that the Little Rebels Award for Radical Children's Fiction is back for its 3rd year- and submisisons are now invited! The 2015 prize is for books published in 2014. The closing date for nominations is January 12th 2015. You can find full details about how … Continue reading Submissions are now invited for the 2015 Prize!
The winner of this year's Little Rebels Award is Gillian Cross for her novel, After Tomorrow (OUP). Little Rebels Judge, Wendy Cooling, described the winning book as "a frighteningly believable story". In her acceptance speech, Gillian said she was "over the moon...honoured and delighted". Speaking about After Tomorrow, she said, "we don't write tracts; we don't … Continue reading The 2014 Winning Little Rebel Is…
The winner of the Little Rebels Award will be announced on May 10th at the 2014 London Radical Bookfair. This year, the Alliance of Radical Booksellers are joining forces with the Alternative Press Fair and taking over all 3 floors of the Bishopsgate Institute, London EC2M 4QH. This is a free event, open to all. … Continue reading The winning little rebel is coming out soon…!
We are delighted to bring you the 2014 shortlist for the Little Rebels Award (for titles published in 2013). The winner will be announced at the London Radical Bookfair on May 10th 2014. Any of the shortlisted books can be bought from the not-for-profit, indie bookseller Letterbox Library. This award is run voluntarily and unfunded by Letterbox … Continue reading The Little Rebels Have Come Out!
...We can hear the stompity stomp of little feet. We're very excited to bring you the news that this year's shortlist for the Little Rebels Award for Radical Children's Fiction will be announced this Saturday! Housmans, London's oldest radical bookshop, will be hosting a special event at 6.30pm, Saturday 29th March. The shortlist will be announced following a … Continue reading Stompity Stomp! The Little Rebels Shortlist Will Be Announced Soon!