Anne Fine

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Anne Fine est un écrivain britannique de langue anglaise très prolifique, née le 7 décembre 1947 à Leicester, l'auteur en particulier de Mrs Doubtfire[1] et plusieurs fois récompensée pour ses nombreux ouvrages autant pour ceux destinés aux jeunes lecteurs qu'à ceux à destination des adultes.

En 2011, elle participe au festival littéraire Metropolis bleu.

Prix[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature (2003)
    • Children's Laureate 2001-2003
  • OBE
    • in the 2003 Queen's Birthday Honours list
  • Boston Globe Horn Book Award (USA - 2003)
    • for Stories of Jamie and Angus
  • Prix Versele 2000 (Belgique)
    • for Louis le bavard (Loudmouth Louis)
  • Prix Versele 1998 (Belgium) and Prix Sorcières 1998 (France)
    • for Journal d'un chat assassin (Diary of a Killer Cat)
  • UK nominee for the Hans Christian Andersen Author Award (1998)
  • Winner of the Whitbread Children's Book Award, 1996
    • for The Tulip Touch
  • Nasen Special Educational Needs Book Award 1996
    • for How to Write Really Badly
  • Carnegie Medal 1993 and Whitbread Children's Novel Award 1993
    • for Flour Babies
  • Twice British Book Awards Children's Author of the Year
    • in 1990 and 1993
  • Carnegie Medal 1990 and Guardian Fiction Award 1990
    • for Goggle Eyes

Récompenses par ouvrage[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Ivan the Terrible
    • Silver medal in the 2007 Nestlé Children's Book awards
  • The Road of Bones
    • Shortlisted, Carnegie Medal, 2007
  • Up on Cloud Nine
    • Highly commended, Carnegie Medal, 2002
    • American Library Association Notable Book Editor's Choice (USA - 2003)
  • Stories of Jamie and Angus
    • Boston Globe Horn Book Award (USA - 2003)
    • A Cooperative Children's Book Center Choice (USA)
  • Bad Dreams
    • Shortlisted for WH Smith Book Awards 2001
  • Loudmouth Louis (Louis le bavard)
    • Prix Versele 2000 (Belgique)
  • Charm School
    • Shortlisted for Sheffield Children's Book Award 2000
  • The Tulip Touch
    • Winner of the Whitbread Children's Book Award, 1996
    • Highly Commended, Carnegie Medal, 1997
    • Shortlisted for the Sheffield Children's Book Award, 1997
    • Runner up for the Lancs Library Children's Book of the Year
    • Wirral Paperback of the Year, 1998
  • How to Write Really Badly
    • Shortlisted for the Sheffield Children's Book Award 1997
    • Shortlisted for the Stockport Schools Book Award
  • Step by Wicked Step
    • Nasen Special Educational Needs Book Award 1996
    • Shortlisted for Sheffield Children's Book Award, 1996
    • Shortlisted for Lancashire Children's Book Award, 1996.
  • French translation: Journal d'un chat assassin
    • Prix Versele 1998 (Belgium)
    • Prix Sorcières 1998 (France)
  • Diary of a Killer Cat
    • Winner of the Nottinghamshire Libraries Award, 1995
    • Boston Globe/Horn Book Award Honour Book 1994
    • School Library Journal Best Book of 1994
    • American Library Association Notable Children's Book
  • Flour Babies
    • Carnegie Medal 1993
    • Winner of Whitbread Children's Novel Award 1993
    • Highly Commended Sheffield Children's Book Award 1993
    • Shortlisted for WH Smith Mind-Boggling Book Award 1993
    • Birmingham TSB Children's Book Award, 1995
  • The Angel of Nitshill Road
    • Shortlisted for Carnegie Medal 1993
    • Shortlisted for Federation of Children's Book Groups Award 1993
    • Taking the Devil's Advice
    • Shortlisted for Glasgow Herald People's Prize 1991
    • Shortlisted for Grand Prix des Lectrices d'Elle 1993
  • A Pack of Liars
    • Winner of Dillons/Puffin Birmingham Book Award 1991
  • My War With Goggle-Eyes (USA)
    • American Library Association Notable Book
    • International Reading Association Young Adult Choice for 1991
    • School Library Journal Best Book of the Year
  • Goggle-Eyes
    • Carnegie Medal 1990
    • Winner of Guardian Children's Fiction Award 1990
    • Shortlisted for Smarties Award (9 - 11 section) 1990
    • Shortlisted for German Youth Literature Prize 1993
  • Bill's New Frock
    • Winner of the Smarties Award (6 - 8 section) 1990
    • Highly Commended, Carnegie Medal 1990
    • Winner of the Nottinghamshire Libraries Award 1990
  • Madame Doubtfire
    • Shortlisted for Observer Teenage Fiction Prize 1987
    • Shortlisted for Whitbread Children's Novel Award 1987
    • Runner-up for Guardian Children's Fiction Award 1987
  • The Killjoy
    • Scottish Arts Council Book Award 1986
    • Recommended, David Higham Prize for Fiction 1986
  • The Granny Project
    • Shortlisted for Guardian Children's Fiction Award 1984
  • The Summer House Loon
    • Runner-up Kestrel/Guardian Competition 1975

Distinctions honorifiques[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Degree of Doctor of Letters
  • The University of Teesside, 23 novembre 2007
  • Degree of Doctor of Letters honoris causa
  • The University of Warwick, 12 juillet 2005
  • Doctor of the University
  • The University of Central England in Birmingham, 7 février 2003
  • Award Winning Books

Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. Porté à l'écran en 1993 sous le titre Madame Doubtfire

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