Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

Here you’ll find reviews of books by past winners or nominees for this Award, established by Swedish Government in 2002. It recognises excellency in the field of children’s literature achieved through career contributions of authors and illustrators and long-term sustainable work of institutions. It is one of the richest literary awards in the world with prize value of 5 million Swedish Krona (approx. US$600k). Check out more on Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award here.

"Woolvs in the Sitee": an unconventional graphic thriller guaranteed to pack a punch Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

“Woolvs in the Sitee”: an unconventional graphic thriller guaranteed to pack a punch

This graphic thriller will keep you in suspense from the word go. The conventional story-telling structure of introduction, complication and resolution is being challenged. The main complication is pre-existing and …

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“Tales from the Inner City” Shaun Tan's reflections on relationship between human and animal world Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award

“Tales from the Inner City” Shaun Tan’s reflections on relationship between human and animal world

Those who loved Shaun Tan’s award-winning “Tales from Outer Suburbia” (a compilation of surrealistic short stories) would be delighted with his latest creation, the sister volume “Tales from the Inner …

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