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Noah Noblet from Norwich as Jim Jarvis from Street Child.
Photo: Richard Harland Photography
At Quarry Bank with author Philip Ardagh. He’s not standing on anything and I’m not sitting down!
Berlie at home, summer 2017. Photo: Mike Smith for Derbyshire Life.
Buxton Library, spring 2017. Me as Blue John and librarian Angela Wilkinson as the Queen of Darkness.
Barnado Society’s 150th anniversary event at St Paul’s, 19 October 2016. With Kevin and Linda Crossley-Holland and Cecilia McDowell.
The Barnado Society’s 150th anniversary event at St Paul’s Cathedral, 19 October 2016. With Alan Pilgrim.
Deal Parochial School’s production of ‘Far From Home’.
Deal Parochial School’s production of ‘Far From Home’. The Dearies: Samuel Gough and Zed Place.
Deal Parochial School's production of Street Child (1). Photography: Tom Keenan.
With Carys Bray at the Sheffield Off the Shelf festival, 2014
Presenting the winners of the 2014 Off the Shelf children’s writing competition with their prizes
Berlie Doherty, autumn 2014
The grandgirls: Kasia reads Snowy to Berlie and Anna-Merryn and Eda, 2014
Berlie Doherty writing in her study, 2014
With students at Koḉ School, Istanbul, Turkey, 2012
Snowy reunion, January 2013. Ric, Berlie, Rachel and Di with Betelgeuse in the background.
Berlie meets Heiliger Nikolaus, Kindergarten Vasoldsberg, Austria, 6th December 2012.
With students at Freiburg University, November 2012.
Mr Grant’s class in Bridgewater School in Manchester. Barnie the bear with Alfie, his delighted new owner.
Oxford Spires Academy (1), May 2012, judging the Primary Schools Public Speaking competition.
With grandchildren Tommy, Leo, Kasia and Hannah, 2011.
Living Literacy, Stubbin Wood special school, Feb 2011, as part of my Reading Champion of Derbyshire role.
Living Literacy, Shirebrook Academy, Derbyshire, Feb 2011, as part of my Reading Champion of Derbyshire role.
Living Literacy, Tibshelf school, Derbyshire, Feb 2011, as part of my Reading Champion of Derbyshire role.
Class 8a at the Werner-Heisenberg-Gymnasium in Göppingen, Germany have been reading Abela, the Girl Who Saw Lions.
June 2010 visit from students from Freiburg University. Near Ladybower, where Deep Secret is set.
Reading Champion of Derbyshire (early 2010). With Julie Potton and Annie Everall of Derbyshire libraries, plus pupils from Ecclesbourne school.
The Peak District National Park invited me to be their Cultural Champion (late 2009).
Berlie’s handwritten notes for Abela.
Berlie Doherty publicity photo 2008
Berlie Doherty publicity photo 2002
Receiving Honorary Doctorate at University of Derby, 2002. Presented by Chancellor Sir Christopher Ball.
Party to celebrate Carnegie medal for Dear Nobody, Ecclesall Library, Sheffield, 1992
Live BBC Radio 4 Kaleidoscope recording, Feb 1991, Sheffield Lyceum. Sir Peter Hall, Barry Hines, Rony Robinson, self, Paul Allen
Ryedale festival, Event 51
Berlie's Carnegie medals, awarded for Granny Was a Buffer Girl and Dear Nobody
Receiving the Carnegie medal for Dear Nobody. With Janet Ahlberg receiving the Greenaway medal for The Jolly Christmas Postman
Berlie on the publication of her first book, How Green You Are
Upton Hall Convent School: second from left at back
Berlie aged 11
Berlie dressed for her first Holy Communion
In the back yard with Dad, sister Jean and Mum. Berlie holding Pepsi the cat.
Berlie with her mother, Peggy
Berlie’s mother Peggy (wearing her father’s clothes)