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Penny Ives for Lost in Childhood: a guestblog

Lost in Childhood continues with a nostalgic and poetic, yet very lucid guest-blog by  the very gifted and talented children author and illustrator Penny Ives. I do hope you’ll enjoy reading this as much as I did, publishing pieces like thes...

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Suzy-Jane Tanner for Lost in Childhood

1) Why children’s books? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? I have always loved books and illustrated children’s books in particular. It was my ambition at art college to be a children’s illustrator, so I have been fortuna...

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Simon Cheshire for Lost in Childhood

1) Why children’s books? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? For years, I wrote stuff for grown-ups. And it was all garbage. All that time, people were saying to me “write for children, you have the mind of a ten-year...

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Lynne Garner for Lost in Childhood

1) Why children’s books? Did you choose this genre or were you ‘chosen’ by it? I think it was a mixture of the two. As a child I would create short stories so writing fiction has always been a part of my life. However I started writing non-f...

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