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Scottish Children Vote For Vampires, Dreams And Chance

Posted at 12:09PM Sunday 26 Feb 2012

More than 23,000 children from all over Scotland have voted for their favourite books of 2011, from a picture book about a family of vampires to a gritty teen read about choices and risk.

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