Between Two Worlds book.
Between Two Worlds book. The Petersons family escaped to Canada in time to avoid WWII-but will. Lingard has written novels for both adults and children. She is probably most famous for the teenage-ai Joan Lingard was born in Edinburgh, in the Old Town, but grew up in Belfast where she lived until she was 18. She attended Strandtown Primary and then got a scholarship into Bloomfied Collegiate. She has three daughters and five grandchildren, and now lives in Edinburgh with her Canadian husband.
Joan Lingard was born in Edinburgh, but grew up in Belfast where she lived until she was eighteen. She began writing when she was eleven, and has never wanted to be anything other than a writer. She is the author of more than twenty novels for young people and thirteen for adults. Joan Lingard has three grown-up daughters and five grandchildren, and lives in Edinburgh with her Latvian/Canadian husband. Some other books by Joan Lingard. Published by the Penguin Group.
Lingard received the prestigious West German award the "Buxtehuder Bulle" in 1986 for Across the . In 1998, her book Tom and the Tree House won the Scottish Arts Council Children's Book Award. Between Two Worlds (1991).
Lingard received the prestigious West German award the "Buxtehuder Bulle" in 1986 for Across the Barricades. Tug of War has also received great success: shortlisted for the Carnegie Medal 1989, The Federation of Children's Book Group Award 1989, runner up in the Lancashire Children's Book Club of the year 1990 and shortlisted for the Sheffield Book Award. Her most recent novel, What to Do About Holly was released in August 2009. Lingard was awarded an MBE in 1998 for services. Morag and the Lamb (1991).
Books by Joan Lingard. The twelfth day of july. Across the barricades. Tell the moon to come out. Tug of war. For younger readers.
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Kevin and Sadie just want to be together, but it's not that simple. Things are bad in Belfast. Soldiers walk the streets and the city is divided. The third of Joan Lingard's ground-breaking Kevin and Sadie books, after The Twelfth of July and Across the Barricades. Protestant Sadie and Catholic Kevin have married and "escaped" to London - but will they ever really be free of Belfast and its troubles? In this third book about Sadie and Kevin, Joan Lingard has added an understanding of the strains of young marriage to the sombre representation of life in Belfast.