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Scribe Publications May 3
'No act of publishing should ever be called small' Morris Gleitzman presenting 'Small Publishers Bokk of the Year' ❤️❤️❤️
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Jimmy Barnes May 3
Feeling extremely grateful to have won the ABIA Biography of the Year Award for my book Working Class Man. Writing about my journey wasn't always easy. So, to get this recognition on both of my books really means a lot to me. Thank you.
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HarperCollins Aus May 3
Jimmy Barnes wins ABIAs Autobiography of the Year Award for Working Class Man. Two ABIAs in a row! Congratulations Jimmy - we are incredibly proud & privileged to have published your memoirs.
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Simon Savidge May 3
Huge congrats to the wonderful on her win. So thrilled. If you haven’t read See What I Have Done yet then you really, really should. Seriously. One of my books of 2017.
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Jane Harper Apr 18
Thrilled that Force of Nature has been shortlisted for General Fiction Book of the Year. Thankyou judges and all the booksellers and readers who have supported it.
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ABIAs May 3
And the Gold ABIA for the Book of the Year goes to Nevermoor by ! Congratulations 🏅🌟📚
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Jane Barnes May 4
Biography Book of the Year "Working Class Man" And the winner is ...the suit 😍😍🙏🏻
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ABIAs May 3
🎉See the full list of Winners here 🎉
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Hannah Richell May 3
Congratulations ! Such wonderful news. Matt's kids are going to be dancing round the house with joy when they find out. They're HUGE Nevermoor fans. As am I. Enjoy your night. x
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Hachette Children's May 3
This is what happens when you leave your trophies with Team HCBOz. 🎉🎉🎉
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ABIAs May 3
🎉The Book of the Year is Nevermoor, by Jessica Townsend 🎉
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Books+Publishing May 3
HarperCollins shouts out to ‘Doug, who has been running our mail room for 46 years.’
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Louise Sherwin-Stark Apr 18
Congratulations to all the talented shortlisted authors and publishers. Chairing one of the judging panels this year was challenging, interesting and rather fun. We were astounded and thrilled by the quality of the books and campaigns submitted.
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kate o'd Mar 7
Congratulations to all longlisted for the Book of the Year for Older Children! What extraordinary company for to be in.
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Ashleigh Barton May 3
Is this multi--award-winning author trying to steal back her trophy or my baby?
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Penguin Teachers Mar 7
A very large 'well done' to all the hugely talented authors whose books have been selected for the Book of the Year for Younger Children Longlist! We are thrilled to see MAYBE by Morris Gleitzman on the list. Congratulations to all!
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Hannah Richell Mar 7
What an incredible long list. Congratulations to you all. Outstanding new writing talent. x
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Magabala Books Mar 8
Woot woot! The great news keeps on coming! Three Magabala titles in the Small Publishers' Children's BOTY Longlist! 'At the Beach I See', 'At the Zoo I See' and 'Big Fella Rain'. Huge congrats to our creators, Kam, Josh, Robyn, Beryl and Fern. ❤️
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Clementine Ford May 3
Big shout out to , winner of Independent Bookstore of the Year! We are so lucky to have you in Melbourne ♥️♥️♥️
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Jennifer Griggs May 3
Congrats to our amazing Bird Guide team
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