Posted on December 22, 2022 at 8:00 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
But the similarities between the authors neither started nor ended with that.
They're both award-winning authors who didn't care for books as young children — but have obviously turned that around and have made it part of their mission to connect kids with diverse literature.
The Guardian got to sit in on a conversation with the two men, during the time their ambassadorial roles overlapped (Reynolds's term recently ended); head there to see what Coelho and Reynolds had to say about how their childhoods influenced their literary efforts today.
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