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Sally Rippin

Sally Rippin

‘When writing for children, I find authenticity is created by remembering yourself as a child rather than observing children from the outside. Remember how you felt at the time and don’t trivialise these emotions with an adult’s perspective. What can seem unimportant to an adult can be earth-shattering to a child.’


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