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Carnegie Medal Longlist Controversy

I was once nominated for the Carnegie medal; it was back in 1999 for Simone’s Letters. I can’t tell you how delighted I was – the Carnegie Medal was the children’s book award as far as I was concerned and to be nominated … Continue reading

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Where did you get that hat? Summer Reading Challenge

Give us an ‘S’. Give us an ‘R’. Give us a ‘C’. What have you got? SRC… which everyone knows stands for the Summer Reading Challenge. Yes, the Summer Reading Challenge, the Reading Agency’s simple-yet-genius idea to keep children’s reading … Continue reading

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More from the Joined-Up Reading Conference

Here’s a few more pics for you from the Joined – Up Reading Conference (see yesterday’s blog, too):   Here I am with Miriam Halahmy, YA fiction writer. Nice plug on the book there, Miriam! #pro Bali Rai, Sarah McIntyre … Continue reading

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Sheffield

Just back from appearing with fellow writers Tanya Landman and Steve Voake at Sheffield Hallam University. We were giving a talk to 3rd year student teachers about different ways to use books in the classroom and how important it is to … Continue reading

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