Children's Book of the Year: STEM

The category, in association with The Week Junior Science + Nature, celebrates excellence in engaging children with STEM subjects. The winner will be a book that explains big ideas clearly, engagingly and accessibly, encouraging readers’ curiosity, sparking their imaginations, inspiring further inquiry and prompting them to share their newfound knowledge.


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How to Spaghettify Your Dog 

Hiba Noor Khan and Harry Woodgate

Bloomsbury Children's Books

Izzy the Inventor and the Unexpected Unicorn

Zanna Davidson and Elissa Elwick


That's Mathematics

Chris Smith based on lyrics by Tom Lehrer and Elīna Brasliņa

Mama Makes Books

Where Are You Really From?

Adam Rutherford, Emma Norry and Adam Ming

Hachette Children's Group

Wonderfully Wired Brains

Louise Gooding and Ruth Burrows