Gaiman Takes Carnegie

Neil Gaiman has won the Carnegie Medal for his novel The Graveyard Book. The award was established in 1936 in memory of philanthropist Andrew Carnegie, and includes a prize of a gold medal and a donation of books to the library of Gaiman’s choice. The Graveyard Book is the first book ever to win both the Carnegie Medal and the Newbery Medal.

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