All 80 titles for the six categories of our long list have now been reviewed! Each and every one a fantastic book, highly recommended by JAB and the NSTAB team.
The short list will be announced on the 8th September. Votes from the panel are already coming in so here's a little reminder of the twelve fabulous books on the Information Category Long List.
How Does a Lighthouse Work? Roman Belyaev, translated from Russian with the help of Masha Kulikova (b small publishing)
Suffragette: The Battle for Equality David Roberts (Two Hoots)
Welcome to our World Moira Butterworth, illustrated by Harriet Lynas (Nosy Crow)
The Bee Book Charlotte Milner (DK)
Star Finder for Beginners: A Step by Step Guide to the Night Sky Foreword by Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock (DK)
Young, Gifted and Black Jamia Wilson, illustrated by Andrea Pippins (Wide Eyed)
The Histronauts: An Egyptian Adventure Frances Durkin, illustrated by Grace Cooke (b small publishing)
Wild About Science John Farndon, Steve Parker and Sally Morgan (Miles Kelly)
Why Don't Fish Drown? and other vital questions about the animal kingdom Anna Claybourne, illustrated by Claire Goble (Thames and Hudson)
Professor Astro Cat's Human Body Odyssey Dr Dominic Walliman, illustrated by Ben Newman
(Flying Eye Books)
Politics For Beginners Alex Frith, Rosie Hore and Louie Stowell, illustrated by Kellan Stover
Books! Books! Books! Mick Manning, illustrated by Brita Granstrom (Otter-Barry Books)
An amazing group of books, but which of these twelve will be on the shortlist?