The Ena Noel Award is the IBBY Australia Encouragement Award for a young emerging writer or illustrator. The panel of judges is pleased to announce that the 2020 winner is: Jack Heath for 500 Minutes of Danger (Scholastic Australia). This is a collection of ten short action stories featuring children as they face dangers that push … Continue reading Ena Noel Award 2020
Press Release Ena Noël Award 2018: THE IBBY AUSTRALIA ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD for a young emerging writer or illustrator The panel of three judges is pleased to announce the winner is : Will Kostakis for The Sidekicks published by Penguin Random House Meet the Sidekicks: a swimmer, a rebel and a nerd. Through the different relationship each … Continue reading Ena Noël Award 2018
MEDIA RELEASE Entries for the Australian IBBY Encouragement Award for Children’s Literature, the Ena Noël Award are now open. Publishers are invited to submit entries for this prestigious Australian Children's & Young Adult literature Award. Books by Australian creators published in the two years prior to the particular closing date 30th November 2017 can be … Continue reading ENCOURAGEMENT AWARD FOR LITERATURE FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
IBBY Australia’s Ena Noël Award is an encouragement award for a young, emerging writer or illustrator. The panel of three judges is happy to announce that this year’s winner is: Writing Clementine by Kate Gordon (Allen & Unwin). Year 9 student Clementine Darcy is finding life challenging. Her friends want her to diet and exercise … Continue reading IBBY Australia Ena Noël Award 2016 Announced
IBBY Australia invites publishers to submit their entries for the Ena Noel Award 2016, the IBBY Australia encouragement award for literature for young people. The writer or illustrator should be under 35 years of age in the year in which the work was published. Only books published between 1st July 2013 and 30th June 2015 are … Continue reading Entries invited for the Ena Noel Award 2016
This biennial award encourages a young Australian creator of childrens books and also keeps alive the name of IBBY Australia’s first President, Ena Noel. This year's winner is "Scatterheart" by Lili Wilkinson (black dog books) Each chapter of Hannah’s story begins with the tale of Scatterheart, a fairy tale version of her own search for … Continue reading Ena Noel 2010 Award Winner Announced!