Woohoo! The 2019 National Science Reading Day winners are here!

We're proud to have partnered with the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada to bring prizes to another group of science superfans!
national science reading day Arin Turner's Grade 4 class at Saskatoon Misbah School in Saskatchewan really made the grade! (Courtesy of Arin Turner)

The National Science Reading Day Contest is one of our favourite events of the year. Books and science go hand-in-hand. Like PB and J, fish and chips, glove and ball, bird and nest.

As always, we and the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) are proud to have selected four classrooms and five students as deserving winners of this year's contest.

Drumroll, please!

Classroom winners

Each of these classrooms will receive a prize of tons of great books AND a $100 Indigo gift card to further expand their own science library.

Arin Turner's Grade 4 class at Saskatoon Misbah School in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Karen Strong's Grade 1 class at St. John Chrysostom in Newmarket, Ontario

Isabel Hoglund's Grade 5 class in Calgary, Alberta

Jennifer Dalley's class at Riverwood Academy in Wing's Point, Newfoundland and Labrador

Student winners

These winners will each receive a prize pack of books and magazines, all tailor-selected to help them continue their quest of innovation, imagination, and exploration!

Grace Jamieson

Emmanuel Oniwide

Darian Alemzadeh

Carly Stevens

Miranda Kraft

Congratulations to everyone who won, and thumbs up to all who participated in National Science Reading Day. Read on!

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