Previous winners

  • Edible winning books 2011
    Edible winning books 2011
  • Malorie Blackman and Alex Scheffler
    Malorie Blackman and Alex Scheffler
  • Illustrator Alex Scheffler on stage
    Illustrator Alex Scheffler on stage
  • Alex Scheffler receiving his award
    Alex Scheffler receiving his award
  • Burford School representatives
    Burford School representatives
  • Meeting Malorie
    Meeting Malorie
  • Book signing with Alex
    Book signing with Alex
  • Students have a chance to chat to Alex
    Students have a chance to chat to Alex
  • Malorie signing books
    Malorie signing books
Edible winning books 2011
Edible winning books 2011

Oxfordshire Book Awards 2016

 

Best Secondary Novel

Winner - The Art of Being Normal by Lisa Williamson

Highly Commended – Mind Games by Teri Terry

 

Best Primary Novel

Winner – The Astounding Broccoli Boy by Frank Cottrell Boyce with illustrator Steven Lenton

Highly Commended – The Accidental Prime Minister by Tom McLaughlin

 

Best Picture Book

Winner - Please Mr Panda by Steve Antony

Highly Commended - Once Upon an Alphabet by Oliver Jeffers

Oxfordshire Book Awards 2015

 

Best Secondary Novel

Winner - She is not Invisible by Marcus Sedgwick

Highly Commended – Looking at the Stars by Jo Cotterill

 

Best Primary Novel

Winner – Murder Most Unladylike by Robin Stevens

Highly Commended – Goth Girl & the Ghost of a Mouse by Chris Riddell

 

Best Picture Book

Winner - Very Little Red Riding Hood by Teresa Heapy & Sue Heap

Highly Commended - There’s a Shark in the Bath by Sarah Macintyre

Oxfordshire Book Awards 2014


Secondary Award

Winner -  Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman

Highly Commended – 5th Wave by Rick Yancey


Primary Award

Winner – Ratburger by David Walliams, illustrated by Tony Ross

Highly Commended – The Boy with Two Heads by Andy Mulligan


Picture Book Award

Winner – No-Bot, the Robot with no Bottom, written & illustrated by Sue Hendra

Highly Commended  - The Day the Crayons Quit , written by Drew Daywalt, & illustrated by Oliver Jeffers