Norman Jorgensen and Andy Griffiths have taken their places alongside Roald Dahl, Brian Jacques, Victor Kelleher, Paul Jennings, Duncan Ball and John Marsden in the West Australian Young Readers Book Awards (WAYRBA) Hall of Fame. Now in its fortieth year, the WAYRBA Hall of Fame is reserved for those authors who have won the award […]

To the Lighthouse by Cristy Burne and Dungzilla by James Foley have been shortlisted for the 2019 West Australian Young Readers’ Book Awards (WAYRBA).

Riddle Gully Secrets by Jen Banyard is in the running for a West Australian Young Readers’ Book Award. Banyard said this was the second time the Riddle Gully series had been honoured, with Mystery at Riddle Gully making the shortlist in 2016.

Norman Jorgensen’s The Smuggler’s Curse has won the 2017 West Australian Young Readers’ Book Award (WAYRBA).

Fremantle Press creators James Foley, Norman Jorgensen, Sally Morgan, Sally Murphy, Chris Nixon, Chris Owen and Dianne Wolfer have all been shortlisted for a 2017 West Australian Young Readers’ Book Award.

Fremantle Press authors Jen Banyard and Deb Fitzpatrick have both been shortlisted for a 2016 West Australian Young Readers’ Book Award.

WA kids say Viking creators are number one Norman Jorgensen and James Foley’s The Last Viking Returns has won the Hoffman Award, an award given to the highest ranked creators in the West Australian Young Readers’ Book Awards. This is the third win for Jorgensen and the second for Foley.

Crashing Down by Kate McCaffrey and The Last Viking Returns by Norman Jorgensen and James Foley are on the shortlist for the 2015 West Australian Young Readers’ Book Awards.

Lighthouse Girl by author Dianne Wolfer and illustrator Brian Simmonds was voted most popular picture book in the 2010 Western Australian Young Readers’ Book Awards.

Norman Jorgensen won a Western Australian Young Readers’ Book Award for his novel Jack’s Island.