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Guardian children's fiction prize winner Rebecca Stead: meekness can backfire

Liar & Spy author Rebecca Stead, the first American to win the Guardian's kids fiction award, tells Claire Armitstead why grinning and bearing it isn't always the best option
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    Guardian children's fiction prize winner Rebecca Stead: meekness can backfire

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