Rosemary Sutcliff book awards and nominations

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Numerous book awards were won by Rosemary Sutcliff  for historical novels and writing for children and young people in the UK, the USA, Denwmark, Holland and elsewhere. She won these  awards at least (almost all listed on LibraryThing):

Boston Globe–Horn Book Award

Carnegie Medal

Hans Christian Andersen Award

  • Nominated  in 1968
  • Highly commended in 1974.

Kate Greenaway Medal

Other Award

Phoenix Award

Also the Dutch Zilveren Pencil award

  • The Chronicles of Robin Hood (1971)

1001 Children’s Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up

American Library Association (ALA) Best Books for Young Adults

American Library Association (ALA) Popular Paperbacks for Young  Adults

A Horn Book Fanfare Best Book

Waterstones The Nation’s Favourite Children’s Books

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  1. It is pleasing to know that three of Rosemary’s books made it into “1001 Children’s Books” . In particular “Warrior Scarlet” which is tremendously exciting and a fine example of triumph over disability. She was served well by her illustrator, Charles Keeping, who enhanced the mood of the story.
    It is to be hoped that the forthcoming film will bring renewed interest in all of her books which have been unexcelled in their field.

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