2011 Best Books for Kids & Teens; Another reason to join CCBC

The Canadian Children‚s Book Centre Presents Best Books for Kids & Teens 2011

TORONTO,  JUNE 30, 2011 ˆ The Canadian Children‚s Book Centre is pleased to
announce that the publication of the 35th annual guide to the best books for
children and young adults — Best Books for Kids & Teens 2011.  This respected
guide (formerly known as Our Choice) contains over 325 titles for readers from
toddler to teen.

All of the titles in Best Books for Kids & Teens have been handpicked by
expert committees of educators, booksellers, school and public librarians from
across Canada. The reviewed materials include picture books, audio books,
graphic novels, and powerful teen fiction.

Best Books for Kids and Teens can be purchased at select bookstores and online
at: http://www.bookcentre.ca/best_books_for_kids_and_teens/2011.

CCBC members will receive a copy of Best Books for Kids & Teens as part of
their membership package, as will subscribers to Canadian Children‚s Book News
The Canadian Children’s Book Centre (CCBC) is a national, not-for-profit
organization founded in 1976. We are dedicated to encouraging, promoting and
supporting the reading, writing, illustrating and publishing of Canadian books
for young readers. Our programs, publications, and resources help teachers,
librarians, booksellers and parents select the very best for young readers.
For more information visit http://www.bookcentre.ca.

For further information contact:
Holly Kent
Sales and Marketing Manager
Canadian Children‚s Book Centre
416 975-0010 ext. 221
holly@bookcentre.ca

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