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Vote for Things a Bright Girl Can Do in the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards!

25/10/2017 15:59

We are delighted that Things a Bright Girl Can Do, Sally Nicholls’ YA novel about three courageous young women who join the Suffragette movement, has been shortlisted for the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards.

We are delighted that Things a Bright Girl Can Do, Sally Nicholls’ YA novel about three courageous young women who join the Suffragette movement, has been shortlisted for the Books Are My Bag Readers Awards.

 

Vote for Things a Bright Girl Can Do

 

Things a Bright Girl Can Do is shortlisted in the young adult category alongside Ink by Alice Broadway, Piglettes by Clementine Beauvais, Release by Patrick Ness, The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas and Welcome to Nowhere by Elizabeth Laird.

Nicholls’ novel explores the lives of Evelyn, May and Nell – three young women from London who join the fight for the vote – and follows their paths throughout the First World War. Things a Bright Girl Can Do marks Nicholls’ dazzling return to YA fiction, and has already gained incredible acclaim.

The Books Are My Bag Readers Awards are one of a kind. They are the only book awards with shortlists curated by bookshops, and the only major awards voted for by book lovers!

To cast your vote, visit www.nationalbooktokens.com/vote