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STEAM Children’s Book Prize winners

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The inaugural £1,000 STEAM Children’s Book Prize has been won by author Christopher Edge for The Infinite Lives of Maisie Day.

Edge's novel is a mystery about a girl who wakes up on her birthday to an unsettling, all-consuming blackness. Maisie must work with the laws of the universe to try and set her world right.

Roman Belyaev won the best information book award for How Does a Lighthouse Work?  How the Borks Became by Jonathan Emmet and Elys Dolan was named the best early years book.

White Rabbit Red Wolf by Tom Pollock won the YA prize and Battle of the Beetles by M G Leonard was the winner of the ‘Your Choice Award’, which is voted for by school pupils.

The prize was set up by UCLan Publishing to celebrate children’s books that highlight the importance of science, technology, engineering, arts and maths.

  

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