26 Characters



The Story Museum in Oxford celebrates the art and power of storytelling. In 2014, it held an exhibition of photographic portraits of leading contemporary authors dressed as their favourite children’s book character.

Rebecca Dowman was one of a group of writers who wrote 62-word ‘sestudes’ about each of the portraits. Her subject was Francesca Simon, author of the Horrid Henry books, who was dressed as the Queen of Hearts.

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