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 Claire Rosemary Jane |  Joan Aiken |  Philip Ardagh |  Val Biro |
 Malorie Blackman | Quentin Blake | Mark Burgess | David Clayton |
 Helen Cresswell | Peter Dickinson | Berlie Doherty | Anne Fine | Kes Gray |
 Pat Hutchins | Robert Leeson | Jonathon Long | Jan Mark | Alan Macdonald |
 Roger McGough | Barbara Mitchelhill | Tony Mitton | Miriam Moss | Hiawyn Oram  Philip Pullman | Hilary Robinson | Ragnhild Scamell | Nick Sharratt |
 Jeremy Strong | Rhian Tracey |  Chris White |  Gwyneth Williamson | Jacqueline Wilson

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Mark Burgess

Creator of Kids on the Net projects Monster Motel and Kids' Castle

Do it, have fun, be the person you want to be.

Mark Burgess' web site

Mark Burgess works as a writer and artist of children's books, something he's been doing for the last twenty years. He also designs greetings cards, websites, animations and special warm places for his cat to sleep.

Mark's picture books for younger readers include the bestselling One Little Teddy Bear and he also recently provided new illustrations for the classic edition of Little Toot by Hardie Gramatky (published by Grosset & Dunlap). For older children there is Mutiny at Crossbones Bay in the Usborne Puzzle Adventures series - an exciting adventure about pirates and buried treasure with a puzzle to solve on every page.

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