Esther Rudomin (Esther Rudomin) Hautzig (1930-)
Sydney Taylor Children's Book Award, AJL, Book World Book Festival honor book, Notable Book selection, American Library Association (ALA), Outstanding Children's Book citation, New York Times, and Boston Globe/Horn Book honor book, all 1968, Jane Addams Children's Book Award, Shirley Kravitz Award, Association of Jewish Libraries (AJL), and National Book Award finalist, Fanfare Honor List citation, Horn Book, all 1969, "Best Jewish Novel," Synagogue, School, and Center Division of Jewish Libraries, 1970, and Lewis Carroll Shelf Award, 1971, Honorable Mention, Deutsche Jugenliteraturpreis, recipient of Le Prix du Livre pour La Jeunnesse, Foundation de France and Le Grand Prix des Treize, Chrétiens-Medias, all 1987, all for The Endless Steppe: Growing Up in Siberia; Notable Book selection, ALA, for A Gift for Mama; Remarkable Book in literature category, Parents' Choice, for The Seven Good Years and Other Stories by I. L. Peretz; Books for the Teen Age selection, New York Public Library, 1991, for Remember Who You Are: Stories about Being Jewish; National Jewish Book Award nomination, 1993, and William Allen White Children's Book Award Master List citation, Emporia State University, 1994-95, both for Riches; Sydney Taylor Children's Honor Book in older readers category, AJL, 2002, for A Picture of Grandmother.
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