News, news, news. All the news.
Malorie Blackman, Frances Hardinge and Juno Dawson all feature in this week’s news roundup. Why? Read on, friends, read on.
The Beeb are adapting Malorie Blackman’s ‘Noughts and Crosses’. It’ll be on BBC1 and we can feel it in our bones that it’ll be a YA masterpiece…
…Of course, nothing can ever beat the book. BUT! We’re VERY excited to tune in to this when it airs. Read more here.
Queen of Teen, Juno Dawson, is penning a YA historical romance and we could not be more stoked for it.
What do we know? It’ll be partly set in the 1940s. It’s about two teenage girls over the course of 50 years. It’s called ‘Margot & Me’. And it’s coming to a bookshop near you in early 2017.
Finally, ‘The Lie Tree’ author, Frances Hardinge has had one of her other books optioned for TV and film. ‘Cuckoo Song’ will be adapted by Catalyst Global Media. Let’s keep the popcorn on standby!
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