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Where the World Ends wins Carnegie Medal
20/06/2018

Where the World Ends wins Carnegie Medal

Geraldine McCaughrean has won the Carnegie Medal for her powerful novel, Where the World Ends (Usborne Books) while Canadian illustrator Sydney Smith wins the Kate Greenaway Medal for his illustrations of Joanne Schwartz's Town Is by the Sea (Walker Books).news image

Philip Reeve on creating 'other' worlds
12/06/2018

Philip Reeve on creating 'other' worlds

We were thrilled that author Philip Reeve (Railhead, Mortal Engines) joined our ReadingZone Live programme. You can watch the event, where Philip talked about his books and creative writing, here.news image

lgfl.planetestream.com/View.aspx?id=701~3v~dgsa6K
Philip Reeve joins ReadingZone Live
20/05/2018

Philip Reeve joins ReadingZone Live

We are thrilled that Philip Reeve, author of the Railhead series (OUP), will be joining ReadingZone Live for an online event on Wednesday 13th June at 2.30pm - 3.10pm.news image

www.lgfl.net/learning-resources/summary-page/readingzone-live
Foyles poetry award opens for entries
20/05/2018

Foyles poetry award opens for entries

The Foyle Young Poets of the Year Award 2018 is now open for entries to any writer aged 11-17. The deadline for entries is midnight (BST) 31 July 2018. news image

foyleyoungpoets.org
Sign up for StoryCon 2018!
20/05/2018

Sign up for StoryCon 2018!

Storycon, Scotland's creative writing and illustration conference - designed by teenagers for teenagers, is taking place in Glasgow on 23-24 June and teenagers can now sign up for their free place.news image

www.thestoryis.co.uk/storycon/
Free Writing Friday
26/04/2018

Free Writing Friday

Are you a writer as well as a reader? Bestselling author Cressida Cowell is launching a new campaign called 'Free Writing Friday' to get more children to write for pleasure.news image

Writing competition with 'China' theme
25/04/2018

Writing competition with 'China' theme

The Liverpool Literary Festival Writing Competition is looking for your stories of up to 500 words on the theme of China, and the competition will be judged by the author Philip Pullman.news image

www.liverpool.ac.uk/literary-festival/china-stories/
Authors fight to save our seas
24/04/2018

Authors fight to save our seas

50 top UK children's authors and illustrators including Michael Morpurgo Jacqueline Wilson, Chris Riddell and Quentin Blake are behind a new campaign, Authors4Oceans, to save our seas.news image

www.authors4oceans.org
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