Early Childhood Shortlist - May you, my baby, sleep softly at night, and when dawn lights the world, may you wake up to birdsong. Part poem, part lullaby, this gentle story celebrates a baby's wonder at our beautiful world.

Fishpond United States, Kissed by the Moon by Alison Lester. Buy Books online: Kissed by the Moon, ISBN Alison Lester

Eve Pownall Award for Information Shortlist -He emerged from the cave of bats with the name given to him by his people. He was Jandamarra - a man of power who could appear and disappear like a ghost. Set in the Kimberley region in north-west Australia, this is the story of a young warrior born to lead. To the settlers, he was an outlaw to be hunted. To the Bunuba, he was a courageous defender of his country.

Jandammara by Mark Greenwood and Terry Denton. CBCA Shortlist 2014 Information Books. Unit of work, PETAA members only resource

Honour Book - Early Childhood Shortlist. Banjo is an old farm dog and Ruby Red is a haughty chicken. Can they ever be friends?

Unit of work for Foundation by Kylie Robson on the picture book Banjo and Ruby Red by Libby Gleeson and Freya Blackwood.

Eve Pownall Award for Information Shortlist - 1945 was a hard time to be a child in Japan. In April 1945, Yoko Moriwaki started high school in Hiroshima, excited to be a prestigious 'Kenjo' girl, and full of duty towards her parents, school and country. But the country was falling apart and in four months time her city would become the target for the first atomic bomb ever used as a weapon.

1945 was a hard time to be a child in Japan. Many had seen their cities destroyed by US bombers. Food, fuel and materials were in short supply. Yet spirits remained high. In April Yoko Moriwaki started high school in Hiroshima, excited to be a prest

Eve Pownall Award for Information Shortlist -   Captain Cook was the first European to discover the eastern coast of Australia. Along with his crew on the HMS Endeavor, Cook set out from England with royal orders to look for signs of the great southern land known as Terra Australis, which they chartered in 1788.

Meet Captain Cook by Rae Murdie - Books - Random House Books Australia This text has been shortlisted for the 2014 CBCA Eve Pownall Award for Information Books

Honour Book - Eve Pownall Award for Information Shortlist - "The amazing true story of an Australian hero, Sir Douglas Mawson."--Back cover.

Ice, Wind, Rock: Douglas Mawson in the Antarctic by Peter Gouldthorpe. 2014 CBCA Shortlist - Eve Pownall teaching notes also available

Honour Book - Eve Pownall Award  for Information Shortlist -   Come and spend some time with us at Bawaka. Get a taste of what it is like at different times of the year, and listen to our stories. Laklak Burarrrwanga and family invite you to their country, centred on a beautiful beach in Arnhem Land.

A wonderfully engaging and heartening account of a successful Aboriginal community based at a beautiful beach site in Arnhem Land.

Winner - Eve Pownall Award  for Information Book of the Year - Tiny Jeremy is only a few days old when he falls out of his nest and is brought home by the family cat. Luckily, Jeremy is a fighter and he loves to eat. Little by little he grows stronger and stronger, until the time comes when he must say goodbye.

When tiny Jeremy falls out of his nest and is brought home by the family cat, he is only a few days old.Luckily, Jeremy is a fighter and as the weeks go by he grows stronger and stronger, until the time comes when he must say goodbye.

Older Readers Shortlist - Life is made up of three parts: in The First Third, you're embarrassed by your family; in the second, you make a family of your own; and in the end, you just embarrass the family you've made.That's how Billy's grandmother explains it, anyway.

Life is made up of three parts: in The First Third, you’re embarrassed by your family; in the second, you make a family of your own; and in the end, you just embarrass the family you’ve made.

Older Readers Shortlist - Michael's older brother dies at the beginning of the summer he turns 15, but as its title suggests The Incredible Here and Now is a tale of wonder, not of tragedy. Presented as a series of vignettes, it tells of Michael's coming of age in a year which brings him grief and romance; and of the place he lives in Western Sydney where those who don't know any better drive through the neighbourhood and lock their car doors, and those who do, flourish in its mix of…

Michael's older brother dies at the beginning of the summer he turns but as its title suggests The Incredible Here and Now is a tale of .

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