Marsh Award

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The shortlist for The Marsh Award for Children�s Literature in Translation:

The Book of Everything by Guus Kuijer
translated from Dutch by John Nieuwenhuizen
(Young PicadorPan Macmillan 2006) First published in Holland in 2005

A Bridge to the Stars by Henning Mankell
translated from Swedish by Laurie Thompson
(Andersen Press 2005) First published in Sweden in 1990

Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke
translated from German by Anthea Bell
(The Chicken House 2004) First published in Germany in 2000

The Flowing Queen by Kai Meyer
translated from German by Anthea Bell
(Egmont 2005) First published in Germany in 2001

Just Like Tomorrow by Faiza Gu�ne
translated from French by Sarah Adams
(Random House 2006) First published in France in 2004

Mimus by Lilli Thal
translated from German by John Brownjohn
(Allen & Unwin 2005)First published in Germany in 2003

Judging Panel:
� Patricia Crampton � winner of the Marsh Award for Children�s Literature in Translation 1999
� Wendy Cooling � Educational Consultant, author and critic.
� Elizabeth Hammill � Co-Founder and Collections Director of Seven Stories, The Centre for Children�s Books and critic.
� Caroline Horn, Children�s Books Editor of The Bookseller & Director Reading Zone

The award is administered by the National Centre for Research in Children�s Literature at Roehampton University, sponsored by the Marsh Christian Trust and subsidised by The Arts Council of England.

The winner will be announced at a ceremony at The Arts Club on 23rd January 2007. Wendy Cooling will present the award and a prize of �1000 to the translator of the winning book.

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