On this page you will find links to various digital content available for each shortlisted book for you to explore with your shadowing groups including ebook formats, video interviews and podcasts and digital activity sheets. Plus explore our Nielsen Book2Look wall with look inside features for each book.
Scroll down to find resources for each book plus useful information on copyright and permissions and accessing the books in braille and audio format plus how to find the books through your local library e-lending service.
On each Carnegie and Greenaway book page you can download our free Shadowing Resource Pack including teaching notes from EMC for the Carnegie titles and from CLPE for Greenaway, plus plenty of fun activities and ideas from YLG.
To download all Greenaway Shadowing Resource Packs click here.
To download all Carnegie Shadowing Resource Packs click here.
We have collaborated with RNIB and Calibre Audio to make the shortlisted books available for readers with a print disability (compatibility permitting). Find out more about how to access the books in braille, Talking Book and Audiobook format here.
You can access ebooks for free from your public library service.
We cannot guarantee availability of the shortlisted books in every library authority. We recommend you liaise directly with your local authority to request the books are made available.
October, October by Katya Balen, illustrated by Angela Harding
Guard Your Heart by Sue Divin
When the Sky Falls by Phil Earle
Everyone Dies Famous in a Small Town by Bonnie-Sue Hitchcock
The Crossing by Manjeet Mann
Tsunami Girl by Julian Sedgwick, illustrated by Chie Kutsuwada
Cane Warriors by Alex Wheatle
Punching the Air by Ibi Zoboi and Yusef Salaam
Drawn Across Borders illustrated and written by George Butler
Too Much Stuff illustrated and written by Emily Gravett
Long Way Down illustrated by Danica Novgorodoff, written by Jason Reynolds
Milo Imagines the World illustrated by Christian Robinson, written by Matt de la Pena