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Win this year's Indie Book Awards titles!

We're excited to celebrate this year's Independent Bookshop Week (15th-22nd June) by giving away all four fantastic shortlists.

Indie Book Awards shortlist

The week-long celebration of everything that indie bookshops across the UK and Ireland have to offer takes place until Saturday 22nd June.

We're giving away a set of each of the sensational Indie Book Awards shortlists, as voted for, and judged by, indie bookshops. Just choose between fiction, non-fiction, children's, or picture books when you enter.


Babel by R.F. Kuang

Essex Dogs by Dan Jones

Old God’s Time by Sebastian Barry

Really Good, Actually by Monica Heisey

Weyward by Emilia Hart

Yellowface by Rebecca F. Kuang

Divine Might by Natalie Haynes

Everything is Everything by Clive Myrie

Finding Hildasay by Christian Lewis

The Farmer’s Wife by Helen Rebanks

The Future of Geography: How Power and Politics in Space will Change the World by Tim Marshall

The Golden Mole and Other Vanishing Treasure by Katherine Rundell, illustrated by Talya Baldwin

Heartstopper Volume 5 by Alice Oseman

Kicked Out by A.M. Dassu

Safiyyah's War by Hiba Noor Khan

The Clockwork Conspiracy by Sam Sedgman

The Final Year by Matt Goodfellow, illustrated by Joe Todd-Stanton

The Wonder Brothers by Frank Cottrell-Boyce, illustrated by Steven Lenton


Grandad's Pride by Harry Woodgate

Snail in Space by Rachel Bright, illustrated by Nadia Shireen

The Cat Who Couldn't Be Bothered by Jack Kurland

The Dress in the Window by Robert Tregoning, illustrated by Pippa Curnick

The Great Storm Whale by Benji Davies

There's a Tiger on the Train by Mariesa Dulak, illustrated by Rebecca Cobb

The award winners will be announced on Thursday 20th June – keep an eye out on @booksaremybag!

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