Guardian children's fiction prize shortlist unveiled
First-time author Gregory Hughes vies with veteran authors for award
A debut novelist who wrote a road-trip tale while holed up in a room the size of a cupboard in Iceland has been shortlisted for the Guardian children's fiction prize, alongside veteran children's writers with scores of books under their belts.
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