Christine Nostlinger was born in Vienna, Austria, in 1936. She is considered to be one of the most important authors of children's literature. Her books, which are written for children of all ages, range from imaginative stories to realistic descriptions of everday life. Her work is distinguished by her open-minded approach to social problems and children's concerns as well as her originality, spectacular imagination, and unforgettable humour. Christine Nοstlinger has been awarded the Friedrich Boedecker Prize (1972), the German Youth Literature Prize (1973), the Hans Christian Andersen Medal from the IBBY (1984) and the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Prize (2003) as well as close to thirty other awards and citations.


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