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By Steve King
Topic - Nina Bawden
LONDON (AP) - British writer Nina Bawden, who wrote children's classics including the World War II story "Carrie's War," died Wednesday.
Bawden wrote more than 40 novels for adults and children, including "The Peppermint Pig," "The Runaway Summer" and "Carrie's War," which drew on her experience as a wartime evacuee from London.