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Noughts & crosses is a series by english author malorie blackman of young adult novels, including two novellas, set in a fictional dystopia the series describes an alternative history of human evolution in which african people had gained a technological and organisational advantage over the european people, rather than the other way around. Malorie blackman best selling author of noughts and crosses toggle navigation home books journal events media q&a q&a with malorie 20th may 2016 we grabbed. Steel-spined: malorie blackman in a television interview i said that diversity in our children’s books should include the adventures of disabled children, travellers and gipsies, lgbt teens, different cultures, classes, colours, religions it shouldn’t be a token gesture, nor do such stories need to be “issue-based” one. When it comes to children’s books, it turns out the us isn’t the only country with a diversity problem the uk’s children’s book world has been embroiled in controversy after a sky news headline mistakenly quoted uk children’s laureate malorie blackman as saying children’s books “have.
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