ABC Books win at this year's YABBA

ABC Books win at this year's YABBA

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<p class="MsoNormal">The YABBA winners for 2012 were announced this week in Victoria. <!-- more -->The YABBAs – Young Australian’s Best Book Awards – are a children’s choice award that encourages children to read recent Australian published books, rate them and then finally reward the book they feel is best. This year winners in four categories were announced at Trinity Grammar School and we’re thrilled that <em>Fearless in Love</em>, Colin Thompson and Sarah Davis’s second book about the lovable pooch called Fearless (who isn’t really very fearless at all), won Best Picture Storybook of the Year.</p>
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<p class="MsoNormal">ABC Books will publish the paperback edition of <em>Fearless in Love</em> in February 2013, followed by the third book in the Fearless series in 2014.</p></p>


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