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Review: Now That You've Died - A Theatrical Production for Read for RNIB Day

Victoria Sadler | Posted 12.10.2013 | UK Entertainment
Victoria Sadler

Billed as "a book without words, a story without reading", Now That You've Died is a play performed in total darkness. No lights, no flashes. Nothing. I couldn't even see my hand when I held it in front of my face. Intimidating? Yes. Unnerving? For sure. But that, of course, is the point.

Roddy Doyle Heads Carnegie Medal Shortlist

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 12.05.2013 | UK Entertainment

Author Roddy Doyle is in the running for the highly regarded children's book prize the Carnegie Medal after being shortlisted against Costa Children's...

Double Award For "Defining Children's Book Of Its Generation"

PA | Posted 14.08.2012 | Home

A book about a teenage boy coming to terms with his mother's cancer has become the first to triumph in twin awards for children's literature. A Mon...

Book Deemed 'Too Violent' For Blue Peter Heads Award List

PA/Huffington Post | Posted 26.05.2012 | Home

The tale of a Lithuanian teenager sent to a Soviet prison camp and a thriller about scavengers on a rubbish dump are in the running for a top children...