These are the SEMI-FINALISTS for the 2018 Little Peeps Book Awards for Early Readers. Congratulations!
WINDHOLLOW and the AXE BREAKER, Windhollows Book 3 by Trayner Bane – Children’s Books, Action/Adventure, Fantasy
Trayner Bane excels presenting pertinent topics to his middle-grade audiences in a manner in which they can be received. Highly recommended!
These titles have moved forward in the judging rounds from Long Listers (Slush Pile Survivors) to the SHORTLIST and have now moved on to the SEMI-FINALISTS list of the 2018 Gertrude Warner Book Awards.
Chilling Books for Autumn Nights – Gothic Horror, Middle-Grade Readers & Children’s Books, Paranormal & Ghost Stories
Just click on this link for the Halloween inspired Chanticleer selections -- from "turn on the lights" gothic horror to "tootacular" early readers for the young and young-at-heart.
S is for September Spotlight on LITTLE PEEPS Awards – Children’s Literature, Picture Books, Educational Books, Beginning Chapter Books, Activity Books
CIBA is Looking for Children's Literature of all Shapes and Sizes! S is for September, and September is for LITTLE PEEPS!
RIKKI and the ROCKET TWINS: DISCOVER the SOLAR SYSTEM by Kneko Burney – Children’s Book, Science & Nature, How-it-Works
Explore the Universe with loveable characters in this delightfully informative and fun adventure read-along book for children 3-8 years old.
These titles have made it to the SHORT LIST of the 2018 GERTRUDE WARNER Book Awards writing competition for Middle-Young Adult Fiction Novels! #CIBA book competitions
A TALL TALE ABOUT a DACHSHUND and a PELICAN: How a Friendship Came to Be by Kizzie Jones – Children’s Books, Tall Tales, Friendship
A dachshund and a pelican become friends one day, not because they are the same – but because they are so very different! Jones offers a beautifully penned and whimsical children’s book about friendship, diversity, and acceptance. A much-needed story for all readers.
We are looking for the best books featuring stories of all shapes and sizes written to an audience between the ages of about eight to twelve. Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery, Paranormal, Historical, Adventure we will put them to the test and choose the best Middle-Grade Books among them.
The ADVENTURES of FRANK and MUSTARD: STUCK in the MUD by Simon Calcavecchia, Illustrated by Arturo Alvarez – Children’s Literature, Encouragement Friendship
A clever and colorful Children's book about friendship, community, and encouragement.