The Red Dot children's choice book awards 
are an initiative of 
the International School Libraries (ISLN) in Singapore.

See www.reddotawards.com for the most recent lists.

The 2009/2010 Winners

Press release

Article in the Straits Times, Mar. 25, 2010

 Picture Book

Do Not Open This Book!

by Michaela Muntean

The Diary of Amos Lee

by Adeline Foo

The Mysterious Benedict Society

by Trenton Lee Stewart

The Hunger Games

by Suzanne Collins

We were thrilled with the turnout for this first year.

Over 7,000 votes were cast for the 32 books.

Winners for individual schools were sent
to the respective teacher/librarians 

Click here for promotion materials


Picture Book












There are four awards:
  • Picture Book
  • Junior (where Captain Underpants and Geronimo Stilton are the assumed reading level)
  • Middle (where Inkheart and The Lightning Thief are the assumed reading level)
  • Senior (where Twilight and The Book Thief are the assumed reading level)
The shortlists are read from September through March.

Voting is held in March.

A Readers Cup competition based on a subset of these shortlists is held in late April / early May.

Red Dot News

  • Readers Cup Winners On May 10th the first annual Readers Cup competition, based on a subset of the Red Dot Award booklists, was held at the Australian International School.See the Readers Cup ...
    Posted May 12, 2010, 10:25 PM by Katie Day
  • Red Dot display in Borders I saw that Shamini Flint has been into Borders -- and has a nice display of her book, Ten, there!
    Posted Mar 8, 2010, 8:36 PM by Katie Day
  • Posters to Promote Local Authors Visit the promotional materials pages to download some fantastic posters promoting Adeline Foo, Ben Morley, Emily Lim & Shamini Flint. These posters can be printed in A1 size. I have been ...
    Posted Jan 24, 2010, 9:29 PM by Barbara Philip
  • Schools Participating as of 25/1/10
    Posted Jan 24, 2010, 4:41 PM by Katie Day
  • Readers Cup books announced The subset of Red Dot books to be used as the basis of the Readers Cup competitions have been posted.  See the Readers Cup webpage.
    Posted Jan 24, 2010, 5:14 AM by Katie Day
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