Their purpose is "[to raise] the standard of children's and young people's books and to encourage the buying and reading of good books. The English-language award honours one book with an "authentic Welsh background" whose original language is English. The Welsh-language Primary Sector and Secondary Sector awards honour one book written for primary school children and one for secondary school children.
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Shortlists comprising three or four books in each awards category have been published by WBC at least from Three shortlists of three or four books had been announced in March. Three shortlists of three or four books had been announced 26 March. The English-language award was presented on 14 May at Swansea Central Library to Giancarlo Gemin for Cowgirl , a story of two very different girls in contemporary south Wales, published by Nosy Crow.
He won the same award in for Dark Tales from the Woods. There was a single Welsh-language award from to , followed by dual Fiction and Nonfiction awards from to , dual Primary and Secondary awards from There has been one English-language award throughout. All three awards have been conferred every year from Previously seven English awards and one Welsh award were withheld.
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Pont Books , the children's imprint of Gomer Press Gwasg Gomer , has published the last nine books to win the English award, to Y Lolfa, Tal-y-bont published six of the eight books to win the Welsh-language awards, to The game was widely positively received by the gaming media. The game forms part of an unofficial trilogy with the science fiction title Marsport and Dun Darach.
Dun Darach is a direct continuation of the Cuchulainn storyline, whereas Marsport shares only the game engine. The game has many features that were groundbreaking in such as a large central character, animated backgrounds and parallax scrolling. The protagonist, Cuchulainn, has departed the land of the living and finds himself at an altar in this land, essentially an afterlife. Many of the puzzles that Cuchulainn is set are cryptic in nature e.
The Land of Tir Na Nog is very large and consists of plains , caverns and forests. Cuchulainn can move north, south, east and west with the player "rotating" the view using the keyboard and then having Cuchulainn move left or right on the screen.
The player can collect any objects they come across with Cuchulainn being able to carry several at one time. Some of these objects can be used as weapons with the game allowing the player to "thrust" with any item. Crash printed a map of the game in the March issue, which was later reprinted in Zzap! The game was well received.
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