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Gillian Cross Wins Little Rebels Book Award

Posted at 7:45AM Sunday 11 May 2014

Gillian Cross has been awarded the Little Rebels children's book award at the London Radical Bookfair, for her book After Tomorrow, published by OUP.

Little Rebels judge Wendy Cooling called After Tomorrow: "a frighteningly believable story, a real page-turner with a strong sense of danger always present, and many big issues of a possible future just below the surface".

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