Neil Gaiman wins Carnegie medal | Alison Flood
The science fiction and fantasy novelist Neil Gaiman has added the UK's top children's literature prize to his roster of awards, as The Graveyard Book wins the Carnegie medal
A novel he came up with 25 years ago but put aside because he didn't think he was good enough to write it has made Neil Gaiman the first author ever to win the Carnegie and the Newbery medals with the same book.
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