Guardian Winner

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Mark Haddon has won the Guardian Children's Fiction Award, judged this year by Michael Morpurgo, Malorie Blackman and Philip Ardagh, and chaired by Julia Eccleshare. The prize was announced at an Award Party held in The Newsroom, Thursday October 2nd. Accepting the prize (to accompany the cheque Claire Armitstead, Guardian literary editor, presented Haddon with a red toy car with a prime number for its registration plate), Haddon paid moving tribute to his wife, recently injured in a cycling accident while 28 weeks pregnant.

The Curous Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by
Mark Haddon

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