The People’s Book Prize Awards Ceremony 2017 - Voting commences today!

15 May 2017

˜The Wolf is Not Invited™ by Avril McDonald was shortlisted as one of the finalists in the children™s category of The People™s Book Prize Awards 2017.

Voting procedure: Votes are carried forward and those who voted before can re-vote.

Click here to view all the finalists.

You be the judge! - Click here to vote.

The Winners are announced at the 8th Awards Ceremony on 23rd May 2017.

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