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Meg Rosoff

American-British children's writer

1956   -  

genre: novel
country of citizenship: United States of America
educated at: Saint Martin's School of Art, Harvard University
occupation: writer, novelist, author, children's writer
award received: Guardian Children's Fiction Prize, Michael L. Printz Award, Carnegie Medal, Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award
www.megrosoff.co.uk

Meg Rosoff (born 16 October 1956) is an American writer based in London, United Kingdom. She is best known for the novel How I Live Now (Puffin, 2004), which won the Guardian Prize, Printz Award, and Branford Boase Award and made the Whitbread Awards shortlist. Her second novel, Just in Case (Penguin, 2006) won the annual Carnegie Medal from the British librarians recognising the year's best children's book published in the U.K.
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works

3

What I Was

book

author: Meg Rosoff

2007

How I Live Now

book by Meg Rosoff

author: Meg Rosoff

2004

Just in Case

book by Meg Rosoff

author: Meg Rosoff

2006

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