Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Winners for 2012 The winners of the 2012 CILIP Carnegie Medal and the 2012 CILP Kate Greenaway Medal were announced on 14 June 2012.
What does CKG stand for?
CKG stands for Carnegie and Kate Greenaway (awards; UK)
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The Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Medals are awarded every year to books for young people by Cilip, the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals.
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They are: * Primary section winners: West Thornton Primary School in Croydon * Joint second places: Uphall Primary School (Redbridge) and Charles Dickens Primary School (Southwark) * Secondary section: Werneth School, Stockport * Joint second places: Capital City Academy (Brent) and Loxford School of Science and Technology (Redbridge) Carnegie and Kate Greenaway Winners for 2007 Carnegie prize shadowers for this year were able to stop shredding their finger nails when the 2007 CILIP Carnegie prize winner was announced on 21st June.