NSTBA18: INFORMATION CATEGORY LONG LIST REMINDER!

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.

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How Does a Lighthouse Work?  Roman Belyaev, translated from Russian with the help of Masha Kulikova (b small publishing)

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Suffragette: The Battle for Equality   David Roberts (Two Hoots)

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Welcome to our World  Moira Butterworth, illustrated by Harriet Lynas  (Nosy Crow)

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The Bee Book   Charlotte Milner  (DK)

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Star Finder for Beginners: A Step by Step Guide to the Night Sky Foreword by Dr Maggie Aderin-Pocock  (DK)

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Young, Gifted and Black  Jamia Wilson, illustrated by Andrea Pippins (Wide Eyed)

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The Histronauts: An Egyptian Adventure  Frances Durkin, illustrated by Grace Cooke (b small publishing)

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Wild About Science John Farndon, Steve Parker and Sally Morgan (Miles Kelly)

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Why Don't Fish Drown? and other vital questions about the animal kingdom  Anna Claybourne, illustrated by Claire Goble (Thames and Hudson) 

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Professor Astro Cat's Human Body Odyssey    Dr Dominic Walliman, illustrated by Ben Newman

(Flying Eye Books)  

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Politics For Beginners   Alex Frith, Rosie Hore and Louie Stowell, illustrated by Kellan Stover

(Usborne)

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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?