Guardian Children's Fiction Prize 2006 -- Longlist.

Here it is:

Clay by David Almond -- I've been dying to read this for months.  Still need to snag a copy.

Framed by Frank Cottrell Boyce -- Still haven't even read Millions.  I suck.

Blown Away by Patrick Cave -- Looks interesting, but is the second in a series.

A Swift Pure Cry by Siobhan Dowd -- Don't know.  I'll have to research it further.

Fly by Night by Frances Hardinge -- Everything I've heard about this book is wonderful. 

The Worst Witch Saves the Day by Jill Murphy -- I've still never read any of these.

A Darkling Plain by Philip Reeve -- I'm so behind on this series.  I adored the first book, though.

The Survival Game by Tim Wynne-Jones -- I admit it.  I've never read any Tim Wynne-Jones.  Is it because of the hyphen?  I don't know.

Wow.  If someone read this list without knowing anything about me, they'd think I wasn't much of a reader.  How discouraging.