Tag Archive | Catalyst 2010-11
North Lanarkshire teenagers have voted Spider the winner of the Catalyst Teenage Book Award for 2010. Congratulations to the fabulous Linda Strachan, and commiserations to the lovely Tim Bowler and Paul Dowswell. The awards took place at St Aidan’s High School, Wishaw, on Thursday 28th October. Full details here.
The scene is set at St Aidan’s High School, Wishaw. Three authors, chuffed to be the lucky three from the original 24, sit on the stage, wondering if they are the winner of this year’s award, but we’re making them wait a bit. Schools from across North Lanarkshire have filed into the hall, eyeing up the […]
The Awards Ceremony on 28th October is getting really close, so we have to close our review competition on Friday 22nd October, which still leaves you five days to enter. Remember, the winner can choose either an iPod touch or £40 of book tokens as their prize. Plus, the school which sends in the best collection of reviews […]
Voting for the winner of this year’s Catalyst Award has now opened, and will run for two weeks. You will find voting slips and ballot boxes in most North Lanarkshire school and public libraries. And don’t forget you can still enter the review competition. Full details are available here.
The Catalyst Awards will be held on Thursday, October 28th, at St Aidan’s High School, and you could be picking up a prize for yourself or your school on the day. We’re looking for the best reviews from 3rd and 4th year across North Lanarkshire Council. All reviews already received for this year’s books will automatically […]
The North Lanarkshire Catalyst Teenage Book Award 2010 shortlist will be announced at the opening of the new T-Space in Motherwell Library and then here on June 16th. The shortlisted books were chosen on the basis of comments left on this blog and with local school and public librarians. Why not let us know if […]
The Catalyst team have already started work for next year, and we’re looking for your help. If you’ve read any book that was published between 1st July 2008 and 30th June 2009 that deserves to be a Catalyst book, please let us know by replying to this post. If you’re not sure of the publication […]