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The Marsh Award For Children's Literature In Translation 2013 Shortlist Announced

Posted at 12:42PM Tuesday 11 Dec 2012

The judges' 2013 shortlist contains books translated from five different languages and includes spell-binding new work alongside a fresh take on a classic. The shortlist demonstrates the true diversity of children's translated literature, and its value for early readers as well as young adults.

The prize of £2000 goes to the translator. The 2013 winner will be announced by the English-Speaking Union at an awards ceremony at Dartmouth House on 23 January 2013.

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