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The Independent Kicks Off Search For The Next JK Rowling With New Children's Book Prize

Posted at 8:23AM Friday 11 Apr 2014

A nationwide search has begun to discover a "brilliant" new children's author, who will secure a publishing deal with the company behind The Hunger Games as their prize.

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