Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction
Canadian Children's Book Centre.
The Bilson Award was established in 1988 in memory of Geoffrey Bilson, a
respected historian and children's author. The annual prize of $1,000 has
been made possible by the Canadian children's publishing industry, and is
awarded to a Canadian author for an outstanding work of historical fiction
for young people.
- 1997 - Janet McNaughton, To Dance at the Palais Royale
- 1996 - Marianne Brandis, Rebellion: A Story of Upper Canada
- 1995 - Joan Clark, The Dream Carvers
- 1994 - Kit Pearson, The Lights Go on Again
- 1993 - Celia Barker Lottridge, Ticket to Curlew
- 1992 - No award given.
- 1991 - Marianne Brandis, The Sign of the Scales
- 1990 - Kit Pearson, The Sky Is Falling
- 1989 - Martyn Godfrey, Mystery in the Frozen Lands, and Dorothy Perkyns, Rachel's Revolution
- 1988 - Carol Matas, Lisa
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