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Ian Bone (1956-)

Awards, Honors

Certificate of special recognition, Television Society of Australia, 1985, for "Hats" (episode of television series Play School); award for best children's program, Asia Broadcasting Union, 1989, for "Moo" (episode of television series Swap Shop); certificate of commendation, Television Society of Australia, for training film The Added Dimension; shortlisted for Ned Kelly Award for Crime Fiction, 1997, for The Ghost of Johnny Savage, and 2002, for Blood on the Microphone; notable book citation, Children's Book Council of Australia, 1999, for Fat Boy Saves World, 2000, for Winning back Dad, 2001, for Spy Babies and Tin Soldier; 2002, for That Dolphin Thing and Maddie in the Middle; and 2004, for Baby Days and Shoo Cat; Carclew fellowship for children's literature, Adelaide Festival Awards, 2000; Family Awards for Children's Literature commendation, 2000, for Winning back Dad; Tin Soldiers was shortlisted for New South Wales Premier's Award, 2001; The Song of an Innocent Bystander was shortlisted for Book of the Year, Children's Book Council of Australia, 2003, and South Australia Festival Awards for Literature, 2004.

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