HRH Princess Eugenie announces the 2018 Oscar's Book Prize winner, There's a Pig Up My Nose by John Dougherty and Laura Hughes. Image: Dave Benett

HRH Princess Eugenie announces the 2018 Oscar's Book Prize winner, There's a Pig Up My Nose by John Dougherty and Laura Hughes. Image: Dave Benett

Oscar's Book Prize

Oscar’s Book Prize is an annual prize for the best under-fives book of the year.

It is awarded in memory of Oscar Ashton and in partnership with Amazon, the Evening Standard and the National Literacy Trust.

The 2018 winner of the prize was There's a Pig Up My Nose, written by John Dougherty and illustrated by Laura Hughes.

Information about how to enter the prize in 2019 will be available here on 28 January.

 

2019 PRIZE ENTRY NEWS: Information about how to enter into Oscar’s Book Prize 2019 will be posted here and in the Evening Standard on January 28

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