Children’s Authors Index
Verna Aardema 206
John Agard 269, 270, 274
Allan Ahlberg 219, 239, 251, 269, 270
Janet Ahlberg 219
Pamela Allen 219
Catherine Anhold 206
Alan Baker 206
Antonia Barber 266
Graeme Base 49
James Berry 269, 270, 271, 272, 274
Judy Blume 251
Enid Blyton 268
Anthony Browne 251, 264
Ann Cameron 215
Charles Causley 269
John Christopher
Babette Cole 206, 219
Roald Dahl 244, 251, 268
Penny Dale 219
Walter de la Mare 268
Franklin W. Dixon 267
Richard Edwards 269
Anne Fine 244
Leon Garfield 266
Nigel Hinton 244
Frances Hodgson Burnett 267
Libby Houston 269
Shirley Hughes 206, 251
Ted Hughes 169
Mick Inkpen 208
Roberto Innocenti 264
Jackie Kay 269, 271, 274
Dick King Smith 49
Satoshi Kitamura 276
Ian McEwen 264
Roger McGough 239
Jan Mark 251
Eve Merriam 271, 274
Adrian Mitchell 269
Jill Murphy 208
L. M. Montgomery 266
Grace Nicholls 274
Hiawyn Oram 276
Brian Patten 270
Michael Rosen 270, 272, 274
Tony Ross 204, 251
Christina Rossetti 268
Gillain Rubenstein 267
Posy Simmonds 219
Robert Louis Stevenson 268
Shel Silverstein 270
Robert Swindells 251
Martin Waddell 254
Jeanne Willis 204, 206
Kit Wright 269

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  • Figures vii
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