Pupil inspiration

23rd July 2010 at 01:00

A competition for 500 Liverpool pupils for a new idea for a book by Alan Gibbons has been won by James Pybis of Our Lady's and St Philomena's Primary. James wrote 50 words about a photographer who makes people disappear. It has been published as The Dying Photo, by Barrington Stoke. The cover was created by Luke Gates, a pupil at De La Salle Humanities College, and turned into an image by illustrator Dylan Gibson.

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