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Joan Sandin (1942-) - Awards, Honors

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Best Children's Books citation, American Institute of Graphic Artists, 1970, for Crocodile and Hen; travel and work grants from Forfattarfonden (Swedish Writers' Fund); exhibition grant from Bildkonstnarsfonden (Swedish Artists' Fund); Notable Children's Trade Book in the Field of Social Studies citations, National Council for the Social Studies/Children's Book Council, 1971, for Hill of Fire, 1975, for The Lemming Condition, 1981, for The Long Way to a New Land, and 1981, for Time for Uncle Joe; Georgia Children's Award, 1973, for "Hey, What's Wrong with This One?"; Outstanding Science Trade Book for Children citation, National Science Teachers Association/Children's Book Council, 1974, for Woodchuck; Edgar Allan Poe Award nominee, Mystery Writers of America, 1975, for The Mysterious Red Tape Gang; Notable Book citations, American Library Association, 1981, for The Long Way to a New Land, and 1988, for translation of Christina Bjork's Linnea's Windowsill Garden.

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