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Anna Fienberg

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Nationality  Australian
Name  Anna Fienberg

Role  Writer
Education  Macquarie University
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Genre  Young-adult fiction, children's literature
Books  The Big Big Big Book of Tashi, Tashi and the Giants, Horrendo's Curse, Tashi and the Big Stinker, Tashi and the Haunted

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Anna Fienberg is an Australian writer of young adult fiction and children's literature.


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Fienberg was born in 1956 in England before moving to Australia at the age of three. She has worked as an editor for School Magazine. In 1988 her first work was published, entitled Billy Bear and the Wild Winter. In 1989 Fienberg released her first novel, The Nine Lives of Balthazar. She has won the Children's Book of the Year Award: Younger Readers in 1992 for The Magnificent Nose and Other Marvels and has been a short-list nominee on four other occasions. Fienberg has also won the Alan Marshall Award for Children's Literature in 1993 for Ariel, Zed & the Secret of Life and the 2003 Aurealis Award for best children's short fiction for Tashi and the Haunted House. She has also been an Aurealis Award finalist on four other occasions.

Nominations and awards

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Alan Marshall Award

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  • Children's Literature
  • 1993: Win: Ariel, Zed & the Secret of Life

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    Aurealis Awards

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  • Best children's short fiction
  • 2002: Win: Tashi and the Haunted House
  • 2003: Nomination: Tashi and the Royal Tomb
  • 2004: Nomination: There Was Once a Boy Called Tashi
  • 2007: Nomination: Tashi and the Mixed-up Monster
  • Best young-adult novel
  • 2001: Nomination: The Witch in the Lake
  • CBCA Book of the Year Award

  • Older Readers
  • 1999: Nomination: Borrowed Light
  • Younger Readers
  • 1988: Nomination: Wiggy and Boa
  • 1992: Win: The Magnificent Nose and Other Marvels
  • 1996: Nomination: Tashi
  • 2001: Nomination: Joseph
  • 2014
  • References

    Anna Fienberg Wikipedia

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