Elizabeth Laird is the multi-award-winning author of several much-loved children's books including The Garbage King, The Fastest Boy in the World and Dindy and the Elephant. She has been shortlisted for the prestigious Carnegie Medal six times. She lives in Britain now, but still likes to travel as much as she can.
Elizabeth Laird, the award-winning author of Oranges In No Man’s Land has written a book about the Syrian refugee crisis, which we are extremely proud to be publishing in January 2017.
Reflecting Realities: British Values in Childrens Literature Conference "
"This timely and important conference will consider the role that childrens literature has to play in helping us...
Seeing the World Through Childrens Books "
"Award-winning authors Elizabeth Laird and Gill Lewis introduce their new books, Welcome to Nowhere and A Story Like the Wind, take childrens...
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