Putney schoolgirl becomes one of UK's youngest published authors

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Putney schoolgirl becomes one of UK's youngest published authors

A south London schoolgirl has won a national competition to have her hand-drawn story turned into a children's book. Nine-year-old Isabel Harris won the Book People's Bedtime Story contest with her tale The Moon Man. The Putney Hurlingham School pupil has been telling London Live News presenter Reya El-Salahi what inspired her entry.

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