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The importance of literature to society is marked in one way by the number of awards that are given out. Some of the most famous American prizes include the Pulitzer, the Caldecott, the Newbery and American Book Award. Almost every country in the world promotes their history, culture and merits through prizes for their authors.
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Any book published in the specific year can be entered or nominated. There is a committee that looks through all of the books and each member submits a list of the books that they liked. They then get together and vote on the books that there are a lot of votes for. There is a winner and the committ…
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I believe that he was knighted (known as Knight Bachelor) in 1902, hence the title Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. he was awarded starting page "top 2000" election on 02/02/01 and the critical mass award on 02/17/01 Archie Goodwin Award (2005)
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forever. To be picky, a vampires life span is indeterminate. That means we are unaware of a vampire that has died of 'natural causes'. For sure a vampire can live for a very long time indeed. The only deaths that we know of are those that have been 'induced' that is 'helped along' in some way. If …
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It was the Pushkin award. Named after a great Russian poet A.S.Pushkin, the award ('Pushkinskaya premiya') was established by the St.Petersburg Academy of Science and was one of the most prestigeous literary awards in Russia. Awarded 23 times until it was scrapped under Bolsheviks in 1919, the Pushk…
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Answer _The Inheritance of Loss_ by Kiran Desai Here is a list that includes other years as well: http://contemporarylit.about.com/od/literaryawardsandprizes/tp/bookerPastWin.htm
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Generally, the age that a vampire lives to varies depending on certain factors within the specific vampire's life. For example, vampires that drink human blood on a regular basis are more likely to live a long, fulfilled life. But if a vampire drinks animal blood or, blood supplies that aren't fresh…
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well Alice Walker is a poet that wrote The Color Purple, it's an awesome book!
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The Polar Express by Chris van Allsburg won the 1986 Caldecott Medal.
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Roald Dahl has won the Edgar Award and the Mystery Writers of America... three times.
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Stephanie Meyer is the author of the Twilight saga, Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse and Breaking Dawn. She also wrote the book The Host. She was inspired to write the Twilight Saga because of a dream she had.
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Well, vampires don't really exist in real life. Only in our imaginations.But in stories and myths, they are either one of the following..They live only as long as an average human wouldLive for eons and more eons of time (forever)Live for about 500 years.Hope I helped!
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Roald Dahl has won two different awards for books. They are the Edgar Award for Best Short Story and World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement.
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Yes, David Wiesner has won 3 and has a promising 4th.
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Saul Bellow received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1976. He was also awarded numerous other awards for his works. You can read a brief biography of Saul Bellow by clicking on the link below.Saul Bellow received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1976. He was also awarded numerous other awards fo…
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Answer She was born in 1919, in Washington, DC.
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Jean Craighead George was born on July 2, 1919.
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Jean Craighead George passed peacefully on May 15, 2012. She would have turned 93 on July 2, 2012. She is survived by her daughter, 2 sons, and grandchildren.      Yes, she is 89 years oldJean is now 90, having been born on July 2, 1919.
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He won a noble prize for his work in literarure.
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i think Forever enless someone kills them According to legend once you become a vampire you are no longer alive but one of the undead, therefore immortal unless killed in one of the traditional ways.
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It was the Nobel Prize for Literature (not peace) in 1949, for The Sound and the Fury. He was nominated the year before, immediately following the books first wide-scale publication, but controversy surrounding the novel lead the committee to grant the award instead to T.S. Eliot, before deciding th…
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I don't believe so other than that he was knighted. Any awards that were given for his work were given after his death.
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Vampires live FOREVER. Bats don't ...
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a Hollywood star and a california library is named after Dr. Seuss.He won 2 Louis Caroll Shelf Awards.
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Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, won an Academy Award in 1945 for writing the best documentary short, Your Job in Germany (or Hitler Lives), for the United States Information & Education Division of the Army Services Forces. The eleven-minute film was directed by Frank Capra. You can…
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Disgrace was the novel that earned South African born author John Maxwell Coetzee [b. February 9, 1940] his second Man Booker Prize, in 1999. The prize previously was awarded to him in 1983, for 'Life & Times of Michael K'. Cortzee is one of only two authors who thus far have won the coveted a…
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he Nobel Prize in Literature 1948 was awarded to T.S. Eliot "for his outstanding, pioneer contribution to present-day poetry".
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The Scott o'dell award is an award.
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The Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC).
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Judy Blume, whether writing for adults, young adults, adolescents or primary school children, is a wonder. Her essential core style is the same. Her style is one of didactic narrative In other words, she uses story telling to get her message across. She is a first rate story teller using humor (wher…
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William shakespeare created 1700 more words in the English language.
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books do not win nobel prizes, authors win nobel prizes. Steinbeck won a nobel prize in 1962 for the entire body of work he did.
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Born: April 10, 1847, Mak√≥, Hungary Died: October 29, 1911, Charleston, SC Nationality: Hungarian, American Books: The World on Sunday, The School of Journalism in Columbia University Children: Ralph Pulitzer, Lucille Pulitzer, Edith Pulitzer, Constance Pulitzer, Joseph Pulitzer II, Herbert Pu…
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Your three kids names are Twig, Luke, and Craig. I remember i have read almost all of her books
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ano ang talambuhay ni Benjamin P. Pascual? ano ang talambuhay ni Benjamin P. Pascual?  Hey! Ben was a very important Person!
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Currently, the Bible is the most sold book in the world, followed by Qur'an and Quotations from the chairman Mao (Mao Zedong).
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yes he won many awards through his years this includes two Academy awards, two Emmy awards, a Peabody award and the Pulitzer Prize.
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Robert Lawson won the Caldecott Medal in 1941 for They Were Strong and Good. He won the Newbery medal in 1945 for Rabbit Hill.Tomie dePaola won a Caldecott Honor Medal for Strega Nona in 1976. He won a Newbery Honor Medal for 26 Fairmont Avenue in 2000.
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Deborah Kent is an American author. She has written many scholastic reader books for children. Deborah Kent has not won any awards that are known about.
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The question, people, is 'FICTION' books, not reference books. Well then, the Harry potter books must be up there somewhere. Must research.
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The Newbery Award is named after John Newbery.
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Drummer Hoff won the Caldecott Medal in 1968. It's illustrated by Ed Emberley. The text was adapted by his wife, Barbara Emberley, from a folk song.
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The 2000 Caldecott Award winner was Joseph Had a Little Overcoat by Simms Taback.
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The first Caldecott Award was awarded to Animals of the Bible, illustrated by Dorothy P. Lathrop.
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The awards the Harry Potter series have won are three Nestle Smarties Book Prizes (1997-1999), two Scottish Arts Council Awards (1999 and 2001), the Whitbread children's book of the year award (1999), the WHSmith book of the year (2006), and Best Novel: Hugo Awards (2001).
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Literary awards as we know them today, such as the Pulitzer Prize and The Nobel Award for Literature, did not exist in Shakespeare's time. There weren't any for him to win.
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Lisi Harrison's The Clique was awarded The New York Times #1 Bestseller.
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She got about 28 awards for Harry Potter. and got pie
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The Newberry award was named after Robert Newberry who started it in 1941. given to the runner up of the newberry medal
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Si Benjamin M. Pascual ay ipinanganak sa Lungsod ng Laoag, Ilocos Norte. Isa siyang kuwentista at nobelista. Marami na siyang naisulat na maikling kuwento sa wikang Ilokano at nakasulat na rin ng dalawang nobela sa wikang ito. Naisalin niya sa wikang Ilokano ang Rubaiyat ni Omar Khayam. Magkasama si…
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Author Lisi Harrison was born Elyse E. Gottlieb on July 29, 1970 in Toronto, Canada. As of August, 2014 she is 42 years old.
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A.A Milne won the Lewis Carroll Shelf Award in 1958. It was for his book, The World of Pooh.
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The Nobel Prize in Literature 2010 was awarded to Mario Vargas Llosa "for his cartography of structures of power and his trenchant images of the individual's resistance, revolt, and defeat". Source : The official website of nobel prize
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The first African American woman to win the Nobel Prize for literature was Toni Morrison. She won the Nobel prize in 1993 and was the author of "Song of Solomon" "Beloved, "and "Jazz".
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No one won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1942. Since the world was embroiled in a massive war at the time, it was thought that the money could be better spent helping the victims of the war.
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The conflict is resolved in the ultimate crucifixion of the character 'Everyman'. We are left comparing his end with that of Jesus. Everyman embodies humankind and our acceptance of the evil in us (the seven deadly sins) - or our rejection of them. We make the choice. The consequences are ours... bo…
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J. K. Rowling went into a train and saw various people. She imagined these peoples personalities, intwined with magic, and made them characters in books.
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Robert Munsch was inducted into Canada's 2009 Walk of Fame.
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The prizes in physics, chemistry, physiology or Medicien, literature, and peace were first awarded in 1901.
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5 (five): Physics, Chemistry, Medicine, Peace, and Literature. The Economics Prize is not an 'official' Nobel prize, only an added-on memorial prize established later.
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The Mother, by Gwendolyn Brooks, is an abortion. It is about the fruits of the womb and their premature ejection by artificial means.
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Many great books were written in the 1950s. One great book, which has won many literary awards is 'Charlotte's Webb'.
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Major Characters Paul Fisher The protagonist, is twelve years old and in seventh grade. He is considered to be legally blind. He plays soccer, mostly as goalie. Gets kicked off the team. Erik Fisher The antagonist, is Paul's older brother. He is cruel. He is the focus of what Paul calls the …
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The main themes of "Charlie Wilcox" are friendship, survival, and courage. During the story Charlie's love and trust are tested with friends and family, he has to survive after being shipped off to war accidentally, and he has to show courage through all of his adventures like having a foot operatio…
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Beverly Cleary's awards include, but are not limited to:William Allen White Children's Book Award for Socks (1973)Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal (1975)Newbery Honors for Ramona and Her Father (1978)Regina Medal (1980)National Book Award in Children's Fiction (paperback) for Ramona and Her Mother&nb…
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Society of Midland Authors Book Award, 1985, for Ch Year citation, all 1990, all for The Winter Room; Parents' Choice Award, 1991, for The Boy Who Owned the School; ALAN Award, 1991; Booklis t Editor' Writers of Americ a, all 199 1, all for Wood song; Spur Award, 1993, for The Haymeado w; Booklist B…
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he is won 6 awards and had his own award named after him56
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It was Ian McEwan's Amsterdam.
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Dr. Gibbs is afraid that a visit to Europe would cause him to disconnect from his home of Grover's Corners. His life is in this nondescript, homogenous town, and he wants nothing to disrupt his notion of it.
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The Newberry Honor award is issued by the American Library Association and began in 1922. This award honors author who write stories for children and young adults.
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The Polar Express by Chris van Allsburg won the 1986 Caldecott Medal.
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I asked her this, She said she has not won any awards. It is hard for me to belive, so I am going to research this a little more.
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No, Margery Allingham did not win any awards during her lifetime. She was an author who wrote many different detective novels.
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The first Earthday was in 1970. It was started by Ira Einhorn .
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Jim Benton is a writer and illustrator who has won several awards. Some of them are the 2007 Austin ADDY silver and bronze awards, the 2006 Eleanor Cameron Award, and the 2011 National Cartoonists Society Reuben Award.
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Best Selling Novel Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak Best Selling Non-Fiction Please Don't Eat the Daisies by Jean Kerr
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Yes author Joanna Campbell has won the 2013 Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence. She won this for her work, Death of a Schoolgirl.
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Authors do not receive the Nobel Peace Prize for a certain book; rather, the committee evaluates the entire body of work belonging to an author before choosing a recipient.
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Alice Walker is a writer, poet, and she wrote many many many essays.
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