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January 21, 2020
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January 21, 2020

Bernard Beckett (1967) a New Zealand novelist received popularity after the publication of a few fiction novels. He focuses on the young adult audience environment. In addition, he takes part in a variety of plays. Beckett taught Mathematics, English, and Drama at various schools in Wellington. Some of his publications include Home Boys (2003), Genesis (2006), and the non-fiction version Falling for Science (2007). He also received diverse recognitions, for example, the Esther Glen Award (2005) for Malcolm and Juliet. Also, the Winner Young Adult Fiction Category of the New Zealand Post Book Awards for Children and Young Adults in 2007. This award recognised his Genesis publication. He received other recognitions as well.

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