Bangkok Book Awards 2019.2020 - Voting Form!
Please complete the sections below to register votes for your favourite books in this year's Bangkok Book Awards. You are allowed to vote for ONE book in each of the 4 categories (Picture Books, Younger Reader Books, Junior Books, Young Adult Books) and you may read books from any of the categories. However, please be aware that the texts have been chosen to be age appropriate.
*** The voting form is now live and will close on Friday 27th March ***
THE RESULTS WILL BE ANNOUNCED THE FOLLOWING WEEK.
As the Bangkok Book Awards are a "children's/student's choice" award, only children/students may vote.
There is no minimum number of books that must be read - however, we assume you will have read at least two; as voting implies comparison between two or more things.
*** Please remember, it is simply one vote per child/student per award category ***
Your First Name (how you are known in school)
Your School's Name (Initials)
Picture Books (Please choose just ONE)
'Lucie Goose' by Danny Baker
'The Night Gardener' by The Fan Brothers
‘Drawn Together’ by Minh Lê
'Oi Dog! OR 'Dog on a Frog?' by Kes and Claire Gray
'Jerome by Heart' by Thomas Scotto
'Marwan's Journey' by Patricia de Arias
Younger Reader Books (Please choose just ONE)
'Bad Nana' by Sophy Henn
'Mt Wounded Island' by Jacques Pasquet
'Ninja Kid - From Nerd to Ninja' by Ahn Do
'Peter & Ernesto: A Tale of Two Sloths' by Graham Annable
'Sydney & Simon: To the Moon!' by Paul A. Reynolds
'The Quest for Z' by Greg Pizzoli
Junior Books (Please choose just ONE)
‘Aru Shah and the End of Time’ by Roshani Chokshi
‘Iguana Boy Saves the World with a Triple Cheese Pizza’ by James Bishop
‘Boy Underwater’ by Adam Baron
‘Rising Water: The Story of the Thai Cave Rescue’ by Marc Aronson
‘Front Desk’ by Kelly Yang
‘Natural Born Loser’ by Oliver Phommavanh
Young Adult Books (Please choose just ONE)
‘Thornhill’ by Pam Smy
‘The Beast Player’ by Nahoko Uehashi
‘The Traitor and the Thief’ by Gareth Ward
‘Amal Unbound’ by Aisha Saeed
‘Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World – and Why Things are Better Than You Think’ by Hans Rosling
‘The Truth as Told by Mason Buttle’ by Leslie Connor
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