The latest News from the book trade in Wales
On 14 and 15 June, scores of children from 25 schools across Wales took over the Arts Centre in Aberystwyth for two days of keen competition.
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One of Wales's most popular authors, Bethan Gwanas, will be visiting Cardigan Castle on Thursday the 30th of June at 10:30 to discuss her latest novel, I Botany Bay, amongst her other titles.
The Really Wild Show TV presenter Nicola Davies and Swansea art student Abbie Cameron launch series of books about the natural world in Cardiff and Penarth.
The Dahlightful Stories Competition has been launched.
In a ceremony held today (02.06.16) in the main pavilion of the Urdd Eisteddfod at Flint, it was announced that Siân Lewis and illustrator Valériane Leblond are the winners of the 2016 Tir na n-Og Welsh-language Junior Category Award, with Llŷr Titus winning the Secondary Category Award.
In a special ceremony held as part of the CILIP conference in Swansea, the Welsh Books Council has announced the name of the winner of the 2016 Tir na n-Og English-language Award, Wales's top prize for authors of books for children and young adults.
Come by Siop Lyfrau Lewis's stand at the Eisteddfod yr Urdd in Fflint between the 30th of May to the 4th of June. The stand will be full of excitement, books and events!
For the First Time ever, a novel from a new author has won the slot for the Welsh Books Council's Book of the Month in Welsh and English.
The Short List was announced via a live online broadcast in collaboration with the Welsh-language television company Cwmni Da on Thursday 19 May at 1.00 pm.
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