Each of our winners has been given a Kindle Fire HD and, as overall winner, Kirstie also gets PS1000 of books from The Scottish Book Trust for her school, Cathkin High, in Cambuslang, near Glasgow.
What does SBT stand for?
SBT stands for Scottish Book Trust (UK)
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We have 169 other meanings of SBT in our Acronym Attic
- Sad But True
- San Benedetto del Tronto (Italy)
- Scan-Based Trading
- Scenario-Based Training
- School Based Team (various organizations)
- School Board of Trustees
- School of Biotechnology (India)
- School-Based Training (various locations)
- Scientific Brain Training (France)
- Scottish Beaver Trial (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sue said: "I met Kusay through The Scottish Book Trust, as part of a programme which pairs an Englishspeaking author with an author from a foreign country to provide mutual translations.
Jasmine Fassl, of the Scottish Book Trust, said: "Children across the North East are in for a fascinating visit from Debi.
Recently, through its work with the Scottish Government and Scottish Book Trust, the Dollywood Foundation recently announced that the Imagination Library will now deliver books to 3,341 foster care children in Scotland.
There will be fun, free goody bags, courtesy of our partners Specsavers and the Scottish Book Trust, and books galore for youngsters to take home and enjoy for years to come.
Catherine is also the Scottish Book Trust Virtual Writer in Residence, which involves doing podcasts, giving tips on writing and visiting schools.
Journalist Katherine Lanpher hosts the program, presented in association with the Scottish Book Trust as part of the Isle of Jura Festival of Scottish Writing.
Just last month, the opticians also teamed up with the Scottish Book Trust during Book Week Scotland to distribute My Favourite Place - a free book featuring a collection of heartfelt and inspiring stories, poems and songs.