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Anne Fine shortlisted for Carnegie Medal

Our client Anne Fine has just been shortlisted for the 2007 Carnegie Medal, for her book Road of Bones. Anne has won this award twice before, in 1993 for Flour Babies and in 1990 for Goggle-Eyes. The judges said:

Set in a totalitarian state this is a brave and uncompromising novel. In spite of dealing with brutality in society, it is never negative and it will have political resonance for young people. Incredibly well written, the author stands back enough to allow her characters space to reflect on their actions.

We’re naturally pleased, particularly as this follows so closely on the news about David Almond’s short story Slog’s Dad being in the running for the National Short Story Prize.

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