Waterstones Children's Book Prize 2016 Younger Fiction And Overall Winner:
My Brother Is a Superhero by David Solomon
Younger Fiction Shortlist
Older Fiction Winner
Older Fiction Shortlist
Illustrated Book Winner
David Litchfield’s The Bear and the Piano is the launch of an incandescent new talent into the lively and always-surprising arena of the picture book. In a series of gorgeously rendered images, Litchfield manages to weave a properly-affecting tale of fulfilling dreams and the importance of friendship, all via an amazing bear that just happens to play the piano. ‘Litchfield’s moving tale is full of light and shade, warmth and emotion,’ said Florentyna, ‘and the layers of beautifully detailed illustration make it a joy to read again and again.’
Illustrated Books Shortlist
Within the pages of these previous prize winners, you will find magical tales of musical bears, frolicking unicorns, witches and superheroes. The casts of characters will evoke laughter and
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