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Names of the Three Finalists for the Premio Campiello Junior Announced

On 10 December, in a live stream from the Pirelli Headquarters Auditorium, the three finalists of the 1st Premio Campiello Junior, the new literary prize, launched by the Fondazione Campiello and Pirelli libraries, for Italian works of fiction and poetry written for children aged between 10 and 14.

From the over 81 books admitted, the Technical Jury of the award chose the three finalists at the selection ceremony:

Chiara Carminati, Un pinguino a Trieste (Bompiani),

Guido Quarzo – Anna Vivarelli, La scatola dei sogni (Editoriale Scienza),

Antonella Sbuelz, Questa notte non torno (Feltrinelli).

Over the past few days, 160 young members have been selected to form a jury, from the last year of primary school and the three years of lower secondary schools, in line with statistical criteria of age groups and geographical distribution. Over the coming months, this jury will be asked to choose the winner, who will be announced in May 2022 and celebrated in September at the Campiello 2022 Awards Ceremony.

In the spring of 2022, the Pirelli Foundation will work with the Premio Campiello to organise a series of events devoted to the world of books and publishing for children. These events will be for the jury of young people, as well as for schools and young readers across all Italy, and they will also involve the participation of the authors of the finalist books.

For further information on the Premio Campiello Junior events, please go to www.fondazionepirelli.org andwww.premiocampiello.org.

On 10 December, in a live stream from the Pirelli Headquarters Auditorium, the three finalists of the 1st Premio Campiello Junior, the new literary prize, launched by the Fondazione Campiello and Pirelli libraries, for Italian works of fiction and poetry written for children aged between 10 and 14.

From the over 81 books admitted, the Technical Jury of the award chose the three finalists at the selection ceremony:

Chiara Carminati, Un pinguino a Trieste (Bompiani),

Guido Quarzo – Anna Vivarelli, La scatola dei sogni (Editoriale Scienza),

Antonella Sbuelz, Questa notte non torno (Feltrinelli).

Over the past few days, 160 young members have been selected to form a jury, from the last year of primary school and the three years of lower secondary schools, in line with statistical criteria of age groups and geographical distribution. Over the coming months, this jury will be asked to choose the winner, who will be announced in May 2022 and celebrated in September at the Campiello 2022 Awards Ceremony.

In the spring of 2022, the Pirelli Foundation will work with the Premio Campiello to organise a series of events devoted to the world of books and publishing for children. These events will be for the jury of young people, as well as for schools and young readers across all Italy, and they will also involve the participation of the authors of the finalist books.

For further information on the Premio Campiello Junior events, please go to www.fondazionepirelli.org andwww.premiocampiello.org.