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Take an inspirational journey through the career of one of the nation's most important authors, Malorie Blackman, in this free exhibition at the British Library.

From trials to triumphs, explore Malorie's impact on the world of children's literature. Discover how this library-loving girl grew into one of the UK's most popular authors, and how her enthralling books shine a light on different ways of seeing the world. Find out how she defied expectations to become a literary icon and a trailblazer for inclusivity and representation in publishing.

See the original synopses of her landmark series, Noughts & Crosses, artwork from her novels, the work of some of her biggest inspirations who paved the way before her, as well as that of some of the game-changing authors who have followed in her footsteps.

Malorie Blackman: The Power of Stories will be closed between 10.00 - 14.30 on the following dates due to school sessions taking place:

Monday 5th February
Friday 9th February
Monday 19th February
All Tuesdays during term time
All Wednesdays during term time
All Thursdays during term time

Malorie Blackman – The Power of Stories
Image: Andy Stagg

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Admission / Cost FREE
Organiser British Library

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The British Library More Info

Address: 96 Euston Rd
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Public Transport Euston, King's Cross St Pancras
Venue URL www.bl.uk/

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