28 Jun 2019 Five Lion Hudson titles on The People's Book Prize longlist!

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Five Lion Hudson books from four authors have been recognised on The People's Book Prize Summer Collection longlist!

The People's Book Prize lets the public vote on the best of the summer's fiction, non-fiction and children's books.


Fiction

A Map of the Sky by Claire Wong

This wonderful novel explores the world through the eyes of 11-year-old Kit as he tries to understand the remote coastal village his family has moved to.

The Death of Mungo Blackwell by Lauren H. Brandenburg

Charlie Price loses everything, but then he meets the eccentric and extraordinary Blackwells. A charming story of hope that will warm your heart and make your imagination soar!

Find out more about the authors on their author profiles at Claire Wong and Lauren H. Brandenburg.


Non-Fiction

Taming of a Villain by Allen Langham

Allen Langham's incredible story from drink and drugs to salvation is told in this raw and honest biography. This one's a real page-turner.

Make sure to read and see more from Allen here.


Children's

Noah and the Great Big Boat and The Not-So-Very Lost Lamb by Antonia Woodward

Two of Antonia Woodward's children's books have been included in the longlist this summer. They are both beautifully illustrated classic Bible stories retold.


How to vote

You can vote for three different titles in each of the three categories, so take a browse through the longlist and pick out your favourite titles! There's no need to register, just support the books you think are best.


You can find all the rules and guidelines on The People's Book Prize website.

Lion Hudson authors were also recognised in the November 2018 longlist.