King Arthur has returned to claim the holy grail of children's writing, the Carnegie Medal
King Arthur has returned to claim the holy grail of children's writing, the Carnegie Medal. Dartmoor author Philip Reeve was awarded the 70-year-old writing prize yesterday for his retelling of the legend of Camelot, Here Lies Arthur. Emily Gravett won the Kate Greenaway Medal for children's book illustration, for her work in Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears.
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