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Greystone Books is pleased to announce that Harry Thurston’s The Atlantic Coast has been shortlisted for the 2011 Lane Anderson Award.
The annual Lane Anderson Award honours two jury-selected books, in the categories of adult and young reader, published in the field of science, and written by a Canadian. The winner in each category will receive a prize of $10,000. Winners will be announced on 27th September.
The two competing titles in the adult category are: Strange New Worlds by Ray Jayawardhana (Harper Collins), and Cascadia’s Fault by Jerry Thompson (Harper Collins).
The six finalists competing for the Lane Anderson Award were announced on Wednesday 22nd August by Hollister Doll and Sharon Fitzhenry, directors of the Fitzhenry Family Foundation. They stated, “The books selected for the shortlist demonstrate the importance of science in today’s world, and connect the topic to the general trade reader in a compelling way.”Read more about The Atlantic Coast >>