Beverley Naidoo

Beverley Naidoo is a South African author of children's books who lives in the UK. Her first three novels featured life in South Africa where she lived until her twenties. She has also written a biography of the trade unionist Neil Aggett.

''The Other Side of Truth'', published by Puffin in 2000, is a story about Nigerian political refugees in England. For that work she won the annual Carnegie Medal from the Library Association, recognising the year's best children's book by a British subject.

Naidoo won the Josette Frank Award twice – in 1986 for ''Journey to Jo'burg'' and in 1997 for ''No Turning Back: A Novel of South Africa''. Provided by Wikipedia
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  4. Out of bounds
    seven stories of conflict and hope
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    by Naidoo, Beverley
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  5. Making it home
    real-life stories from children forced to flee
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    Published 2005
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