Meg Rosoff

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Top 10 cousins in fiction
From Du Maurier to Balzac, cousins can be cruel and exploitative, beacons of sexual yearning, or wealthy benefactors who save the day - and the author’s plot

Jude Cook

19, Aug, 2020 @12:00 PM

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Young adult books roundup – review
Three tales of sibling secrets and a slick Hunger Games prequel

Fiona Noble

30, Jun, 2020 @8:00 AM

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Kids at home? The books you should read to keep everyone entertained
Timeless classics, hilarious capers and new adventures: a tots to teens reading list that even parents can enjoy

Lucy Mangan

30, Mar, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Mal Peet in line for posthumous win as Carnegie shortlist announced
Frank Cottrell-Boyce and Ruta Sepetys also make shortlist, while children’s laureate Chris Riddell is nominated for Kate Greenaway illustration medal

Sian Cain

16, Mar, 2017 @7:30 PM

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Top 10 teen books for summer
As school begins to wind up, we’ve got the whole heady summer ahead of us. Here are Liz Flanagan’s recommended YA summery reads, from Meg Rosoff’s How I live Now to Kevin Brooks’ Black Rabbit Summer

Liz Flanagan

07, Jul, 2016 @7:00 AM

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Eighty years of children's books: the best Carnegie medal winners
Julia Eccleshare looks back at the incredible roll-call of past Carnegie medal winners since the children’s book prize began in 1936, and wonders if any have been unjustly forgotten

Julia Eccleshare

13, Jun, 2016 @2:29 PM

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Most YA fiction is grown-up fiction in disguise
The boom in Young Adult fiction is fuelled by adult stories, told by adults in a grown-up fashion – but where does that leave teen readers?

Anthony McGowan

09, Jun, 2016 @4:50 PM

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Meg Rosoff condemns UK education policy as an 'assault on childhood'
Accepting the Astrid Lindgren award, the YA novelist attacked overwhelming stress on exams over culture

Alison Flood

31, May, 2016 @10:02 AM

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Astrid Lindgren prize winner Meg Rosoff's greatest ever quotes
Meg Rosoff, author of the YA phenomenon How I Live Now, has just been awarded the Astrid Lindgren prize 2016, worth £430,000! What more excuse do we need to take a look at her greatest ever quotes? Prepare to have your heart-strings pulled

Harriet Brown

05, Apr, 2016 @12:37 PM

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Meg Rosoff wins £430,000 Astrid Lindgren memorial award
Author of YA bestseller How I Live Now wins £430,000 prize, awarded annually to children’s authors and illustrators

Alison Flood

05, Apr, 2016 @11:49 AM

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Jonathan Unleashed by Meg Rosoff review – an exuberant adult fiction debut
In the first book for grownups from the author of How I Live Now, an unhappy adman needs life advice from his canine companions

Alfred Hickling

24, Feb, 2016 @12:00 PM

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Meg Rosoff: 'It took 12 years for the hate to compost down into comedy’
The books interview: The YA author of the bestselling How I Live Now talks about her first book for adults, how her sister’s death made her a writer and happy non-endings

Claire Armitstead

13, Feb, 2016 @10:00 AM

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