Nominations have now closed for the 2015 CILIP Carnegie & Kate Greenaway Awards.
View the full list of 2015 nominations on the press desk.
To be eligible for the 2015 Awards, titles must have been first published in the UK between 1 September 2013 and 31 August 2014. Books first published in another country must have been co-published in the UK within three months of the original publication date.
The selection process is organised by the Youth Libraries Group (YLG), one of CILIP's Special Interest Groups, which itself has over 3000 members. 12 children's librarians - members of the YLG - form the panel of judges. The judges read and assess each title, and a longlist for each Medal will be announced on Tuesday 10 February 2015, followed by a shortlist for each Medal to be announced on Tuesday 17 March 2015. The winning titles will be announced at an awards ceremony on 22 June 2015 .
Who can nominate
Members of CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals nominate each year.
The book must be written in the English language by a single author.
The book must be published originally for children and young people .
The book must have received its first publication in the United Kingdom or have had co-publication elsewhere within a three month time lapse. In the case of e-books and short stories or poetry previously published in a magazine or elsewhere, the point of publication should be considered as the date when the work is published as a whole. At least 75% of the complete work must be original material published for the first time within the specified time frame.
All categories of books for children and young people are eligible.
Books by previous CILIP Carnegie and/or CILIP Kate Greenaway Medal winners are eligible.
The Medals are awarded by CILIP: the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals. CILIP is the leading professional body for librarians and information managers with around 14,000 members who work in business and industry, education, local and central government, the health service, the voluntary sector, national and public libraries.