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Snazal Books Wholesale Awards

Every year, Snazal chooses seven of the best book collections for different age groups, (Children to Adult books) then awards one from each as the winner – and here are the winners for 2016!

WINNER OF THE BEST EARLY READER COLLECTION SET (TODDLERS)

Mickey Mouse Library

Ben & Holly Library

Thomas Tank Library

Postman Pat Library

Learn to Write

WINNER - Learn to Write

Learn to Write Collection With Pen helps children develop pen control to write the alphabet and numbers 1 to 10 in a fun, simple way. Ideal for toddlers, this fantastic alphabet book set contains 10 books, each including bright illustrations and clear instructions to make learning enjoyable.

WINNER OF THE BEST CHILDREN’S COLLECTION SET (5+)

Winnie The Witch

Nursery Rhymes

Wonderful Dr. Seuss

Mr Men

Maisy Mouse

WINNER - Wonderful Dr Seuss

Join a colourful cast of crazy characters in this fabulous collection of 20 of Dr Seuss' best loved stories. Filled with hilarious tales told in rollicking rhyme. Each of book is approximately 16 x 11cm.

WINNER OF THE BEST CHILDREN’S COLLECTION SET (7+)

Mr Gum

Barry Loser

Beast Quest

Jamie Johnson

Jacqueline Wilson

WINNER - Beast Quest

Fight the beasts. Fear the magic. A time of terror has come to Avantia. An evil wizard, Malvel, has enchanted its magical beasts.

Follow Tom as he goes on adventure to save Avantia by battling the Beasts that hold it to ransom. Only a true warrior can break Malvel's evil spell and defeat the bloodthirsty Beasts.

These exciting quest books are perfect for reluctant readers. With six fast-paced adventures to enjoy, this is the ideal set for all beast-quest fans! - these books are no less than an excellent read.

WINNER OF THE BEST CHILDREN’S COLLECTION SET (9+)

Wimpy Kid

Famous Five

Skulduggery

Alex Rider

39 Clues

WINNER - Famous Five

These are the original books which children have been enjoying since the 1940s. Meet Julian, Dick, Anne, George and George's dog, Timmy, who have adventures and solve mysteries on and around Kirrin Island. They encounter smugglers, thieves, runaways and other strange and mysterious people - both good and bad. The Famous Five began life as eagerly-awaited magazine serials which achieved an instant following. So popular were the books that readers urged the publishers to establish a Famous Five club.

WINNER OF THE BEST CHILDREN’S COLLECTION SET (11+)

Hunger Game

Maze Runner

Mortal Instrument

Divergent

Percy Jackson

WINNER - Mortal Instrument

Cassandra Clare is the No. 1 New York Times bestselling author of Mortal Instrument and Infernal Device – the Mortal Instrument Series. Snazal alone have sold over one thousand copies nationwide. Filled with fantasy and adventure, these books are no doubt the best collection set for 11+

Must have for all Hunger Game, Maze Runner and Twilight Fans.

WINNER OF THE BEST CHILDREN’S EDUCATIONAL SET

Horrible Histories

Fun Learning

Biff, Chip & Keeper

Murderous Maths

Young Reading

WINNER - Young Reading

This just may be the independent reading for young readers carefully crafted Usborne Young Reading Collection (Usborne classics collection) definitely meet little bookworm books hidden! A full full collection of forty books, each book is independent of content. Before twenty-five book contains several stories each the same topic, covering a wide range of knowledge, encompassing themes, language interesting, beautifully illustrated humor. After fifteen books are world classics, reading classics can cultivate children's literature, to do a good poetry talent teenager

WINNER OF THE BEST FICTION COLLECTION SET

The 100 Series

Stieg Larrson - Dragon Trilogy

Winston Graham Polddark Series

George R R Martin - A Song of Ice & Fire

E L James - Fifty 50 Shades Trilogy

WINNER - Poldark

Winston Graham was the author of forty novels. His books have been widely translated and the Poldark series has been developed into two television series, shown in 22 countries. Six of Winston Graham's books have been filmed for the big screen, the most notable being Marnie, directed by Alfred Hitchcock. Winston Graham was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature and in 1983 was awarded the O.B.E.. In his death, he left behind a son and daughter.

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