Pick of the day

Seline and the Spy

Hello, Seline Allbright here. This is really unbelievable. I can hardly believe it myself and it were me it happened to. Senga couldn’t believe it neither, nor the postman lady when I told her. I don’t blame them for their disbelievening, it’s not often you see spies in the supermarket.Read more

Story of the week

Seline and the Spy

Hello, Seline Allbright here. This is really unbelievable. I can hardly believe it myself and it were me it happened to. Senga couldn’t believe it neither, nor the postman lady when I told her. I don’t blame them for their disbelievening, it’s not often you see spies in the supermarket.

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Poem of the week

For Louie

I’m driving home from seeing your mum.

She is so proud of you.

 

We had the best time and now I’m

driving back through Lincolnshire.

 

Louie. When you start driving you will go fast

It’s fun. But then one day you’ll meet someone and feel

 

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Features

Thanks to those who have supported our Unbound authors but more needed!

A massive thankyou to all of you who have supported our three Unbound authors - they're doing really well but all need more support! There's also Jennifer Pickup's (Jennifer on ABCtales.com) Unforgivable, the follow up to her sensationally good Unbelieveable.

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National Literacy Trust and Bloomsbury Books announce New Children’s Author Prize 2015 for unpublished authors

A new writing competition to find the “next big thing” in children’s
literature has being launched by the National Literacy Trust in partnership
with Bloomsbury. The New Children’s Author Prize is set to unearth

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Time to support Lavadis on Unbound

The third and final of our authors has now gone up on Unbound as we
strive to gain funding for their books. Laurie Avadis has been a great
supporter of ABCtales and his novel, 'Ex', was written on the site. It's

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Support Ewan Now!

The second of our books on Unbound is now available to support.
Ewan's Gibbous House is described as 'Victorian Psycho'. It owes a lot
to Edgar Allen Poe, Dickens and a host of other great writers - but

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