Noughts and Crosses (#1)
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Exciting new edition of the award-winning first novel in this trilogy about racism set in an alternate reality, with the addition of the World Book Day novella AN EYE FOR AN EYE at the end
" An incredible novel that is as heart-rending as it is provocative."
- "The Bookseller"
Malorie Blackman worked as a database manager and systems programmer before becoming a full-time writer. She has been awarded a number of prizes including the WHSmith's Mind-Boggling Books Award and the Young Telegraph/Gimme 5 award for HACKER, the Young Telegraph/Fully Booked award for THIEF! and was shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal for PIG-HEART BOY. She was voted Voice/Excel Children's Writer of the Year in 1997. NOUGHTS AND CROSSES has won five awards and appeared on BBC TV's The Big Read. THE TIMES has described her as 'a bit of a national treasure' and she was awarded the distinguished Eleanor Farjeon Award in 2005.