People Awards: Book Review

The People Awards by Lily Murray. Read the review today.History is full of people who saw something and then decided to do something about it. Come and met a collection of 50 individuals whose thoughts, ideas, inventions, and accomplishments changed the world.

Title: The People Awards
Author: Lily Murray
Illustrator: Ana Albero
ISBN: 9781786030641          Language: English

Classification: Non-fiction
Themes: people, history, past. accomplishments

What’s it about?
The People Awards by Lily Murray. Read the review today.Welcome to the People Awards! The ceremony is about to begin. Who will win the Best Hat award? Who will be named Bad-Tempered Musical Genius? Who gets the Stand Up For What You Believe In prize? This book is a celebration of 50 famous people from around the world who made history and changed the world for the better.

Covers a range of people from different fields and countries. Simplistic and engaging layout with both paragraphed information and “bite-sized” information.

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My Thoughts
This book released on July 25, 2018.

What I liked about this book was how the information is presented. It’s not overwhelming but in those smaller information chunks like in books such as The History of ColoursAlso the history and accomplishment range of men and women are discussed in this book is extremeley varied. Yes, there are a few people in there that you always see pop up in books but there are many lesser known people included as well. Not only that but this books includes various cultures achieving very different things which really helps to break down stereotypes.

This is a diverse book which suits any classroom. The topics included are so varied that it would work well as book that you read 1 page/person a day and perhaps have the students reflect on the person, what they did, as well how it may/may not be relevant to them – this allows for many Text-To-Self and Text-to-World connections to be made.

Overall a great allrounder book for the classroom or at home.

Many thanks to Net Galley and Quatro Publishing for the free copy.

What do you think?