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Young Teen Fiction Book Award

What is Young Teen Fiction (YTF)?

YTF logo 2021Staffordshire's Young Teen Fiction Book Award is aimed at KS3 pupils, age 11-14, who live or go to school in Staffordshire, or who use Staffordshire Library Services. 

YTF 2021 - an online celebration

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic and after consultation with schools, we have made the decision that this year’s Young Teen Fiction Award will consist of an online celebration of fiction past and present aimed at 11-14s.

There will be no nomination round or voting on a shortlist this year but there will be exciting online reader development opportunities for schools and young people between January and June 2021 and a virtual Celebration Day on the first Tuesday of July 2021.

Further information about these opportunities coming soon!

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