Guardian Children's Literature Special

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GUARDIAN CHILDREN'S LITERATURE SPECIAL

Includes comment from Michael Morpurgo on the Guardian Fiction Award shortlist: "The shortlist we had arrived at was strong. All were for older readers. Sadly there was in this instance a lack of fine novels for younger children. However, I do feel strongly that novels for younger children should appear more often in our shortlists. It would be a great shame if the children's book world were to neglect the best in younger novels in the same way the adult book world has neglected the best of children's fiction."

And enough review coverage to fill your weekend.

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