Collection: Frank Cottrell-Boyce

Frank Cottrell-Boyce is a children’s novelist who won the Carnegie Medal for his first book Millions in 2004 and the Guardian Children’s Fiction Prize for The Unforgotten Coat in 2013. Millions was made into a film by Danny Boyle, for whom Frank went on to work as the writer on the London Olympics Opening Ceremony, 2012. His other books include Framed (filmed by the BBC), CosmicThe Astounding Broccoli Boy and Runaway Robot. His films include 24 Hour Party PeopleGod on TrialHilary and Jackie, and Goodbye Christopher Robin (2017), about the lives of A. A. Milne and his family.

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