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  • Author:
    Nina Bawden
  • ISBN:
    057500634X
  • ISBN13:
    978-0575006348
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  • Publisher:
    Orion Publishing Co (December 31, 1964)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
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Nina Bawden CBE FRSL JP (19 January 1925 – 22 August 2012) was an English novelist and children's writer. She was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1987 and the Lost Man Booker Prize in 2010.

Nina Bawden CBE FRSL JP (19 January 1925 – 22 August 2012) was an English novelist and children's writer. She is one of very few who have both served as a Booker judge and made a Booker shortlist as an author. She was a recipient of the Golden PEN Award. Bawden was born in 1925 and lived in Ilford, Essex, in "a rather nasty housing estate that mother despised".

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On the Run (also Three on the Run) is a 1964 children's novel by British author, Nina Bawden. It was also published as Three on the Run in the United States. It is an independent sequel to The House of Secrets. When Ben's cousins, whom he lives with, are unwell, he is forced to spend the summer with his father and stepmother-to-be. They live in London and have little time to spend with Ben. So Ben decides to explore the gardens of the terrace houses in his street.

Nina Bawden Based on her own childhood, Nina Bawden's enchanting story Carrie's War has delighted readers for almost 40 years.

On the Scottish island of Skua, friendship develops between the lonely and mysterious Perdita and a blind girl, Janey. Both possess a kind of second sight - Janey's is the ability to hear, feel and remember more than others, and Perdita's is the ominous legacy of her being a witch's daughter. Based on her own childhood, Nina Bawden's enchanting story Carrie's War has delighted readers for almost 40 years. Nina Bawden is without question one of the very best writers for children' Daily Telegraph Read online.

Nina Bawden grew up in different parts of Britain; in London, in Norfolk, in Shropshire, and in South Wales where she was evacuated during . On the run. The outside child.

Nina Bawden grew up in different parts of Britain; in London, in Norfolk, in Shropshire, and in South Wales where she was evacuated during the war. She worked on farms in the holidays and, when she graduated from Somerville College, Oxford, she began to write. She has written seventeen novels for children and twenty-one for adults, most of which are still in print. She has four children and nine grandchildren and lives, with her husband, Austen Kark, in London in the winter and Greece in the summer.

Bawden attended Somerville College, Oxford, where she gained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Nina Bawden was a popular British novelist and children's writer

Bawden attended Somerville College, Oxford, where she gained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Nina Bawden was a popular British novelist and children's writer. Her mother was a teacher and her father a marine. When World War II broke out she spent the school holidays at a farm in Shropshire along with her mother and her brothers, but lived in Aberdare, Wales, during term time. Bawden attended Somerville College, Oxford, where she gained a degree in Philosophy, Politics and Economics. Her novels include Carrie's War, Peppermint Pig, and The Witch's Daughter.

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Nina Bawden obituary. The motif runs through her fiction and it figured in her life

Nina Bawden obituary. Author whose own joys and tragedies inspired her stories for adults and children. The motif runs through her fiction and it figured in her life. In writing both for adults and children, she liked "making use of all my life, all memory, wasting nothing"; her books, if read in sequence, were a "coded autobiography". Moreover, "All writers are liars. George Hardinge at Collins published Nina's first book, a crime novel entitled Who Calls the Tune, in 1953, and continued to publish her novels through his job moves to Longman and Macmillan until 1987.

When Tom Harrington embarks on an affair with the beautiful and affectionate Emily Hunter, he has no idea how seriously his life will be affected. On the Scottish island of Skua, friendship develops between the lonely and mysterious Perdita and a blind girl, Janey.

Books by Nina Bawden: Devil By the Se. Agent Running in the Field.

Books by Nina Bawden: Devil By the Sea., 10. The Secret Passage.