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Frances Hardinge, this month’s star interviewee (p16) has been shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal with The Lie Tree. The rest of the Carnegie Medal shortlist, and the Kate Greenaway Medal (for illustration) shortlists are: Carnegie:One, Sarah Crossan; There Will Be Lies, Nick Lake; The Rest of Us Just Live Here, Patrick Ness; Five Children on the Western Front, Kate Saunders; The Ghosts of Heaven, Marcus Sedgwick; Lies We Tell Ourselves, Robin Talley; Fire Colour One, Jenny Valentine. Kate Greenaway:Willy’s Stories, Anthony Browne; There’s a Bear on My Chair, Ross Collins; Once Upon an Alphabet, Oliver Jeffers; Sam & Dave Dig a Hole, Jon Klassen and Mac Barnett; Something About a Bear, Jackie Morris; Captain Jack and the Pirates, Helen Oxenbury; The Sleeper and the Spindle, Chris Riddell and Neil Gaiman; Footpath Flowers, Sydney Smith.

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