One of the world's most successful authors is backing a ten-year-old boy's campaign to protect the library service in Cornwall.
It comes as council cuts across our region leave the future of hundreds of libraries in doubt, with some facing closure and others having to reduce their opening hours. Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
We asked Michael Morpurgo why he's worried about libraries in Cornwall - and in Devon where he lives. This was what he said:
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