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Anthea Bell (1936-) - Awards, Honors

children translation prize literature

Mildred L. Batchelder Award nomination, 1970, for Storm over the Caucasus, 1971, for Hunters of Siberia, and 1975, for There, Far beyond the River; The Satanic Mill by Otfried Preussler was a New York Times Notable Book, 1973; Mildred L. Batchelder Award, 1976, for The Cat and Mouse Who Shared a House, 1979, for Konrad, 1990, for Buster's World, and 1995, for The Boys from St. Petri; translator's prize, German Academy of Literature for Children and Young People, 1976; International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) award for translation, 1978, for The Cucumber King: A Story with a Beginning, a Middle and an End, 1982, for The Big Janosch Book of Fun and Verse, and 2002, for Where Were You, Robert?; Schlegel-Tieck Prize, 1987, for The Stone and the Flute; Marsh Award for Children's Literature in Translation, National Centre for Research in Children's Literature (England), 1990, for A Dog's Life, 2002, for Bambert's Book of Missing Stories, and 2003, for Where Were You, Robert?; Astrid Lindgren Prize, Federation Internationale des Traducteurs (FIT), 1990, for translation of children's books; Helen and Kurt Wolff Translator's Prize, Goethe Institute of Chicago, 2002, for her translation of W. G. Sebald's Austerlitz.


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