Sara Thor, Rebecka Thor
| July 2, 1950Gothenburg|
Sanning eller konsekvens, Hannah med H
Christina Olofson, Per Nilsson, Frederic Rebena, Stefan Sundlof, Gisela Bergquist
Ich hatte Nein sagen konnen, The Lily Pond, Eine Insel im Meer ( Ab 12 J), Oppet hav, In der Tiefe des Meeres
Annika Thor Wikipedia
Annika Thor (born July 2, 1950) is a Swedish author and screenwriter from Sweden who has won the August Prize for Truth or Dare in 1997.
Thor was born in Gothenburg in 1950. She has worked as a librarian, a novelist, screen writer and as a journalist. She has won the August Prize for the children's story Truth or Dare in 1997 and the German state award for children's fiction (Deutscher Jugendliteraturpreis) also for A Faraway Island in 1999.
She wrote a novel about Jewish children who escaped the Holocaust to live on an island in Sweden. This is called A Faraway Land in English and Thor has written three sequels, Lily Pond, Deep Sea and Open Sea. She has written 15 books for children and teenagers, and three books for adults and they have been translated into 17 languages. Her most recent novel for adults, Om inte nu så när? (If not now, when?), appeared in 2011.
Faraway Island (En ö i havet), translated from the Swedish by Linda Schenck in 2009, published by Random House in 2009
Lily Pond (Näckrosdammen), translated from the Swedish by Linda Schenck in 2011
Deep Sea (Havets djup), translated from the Swedish by Linda Schenck in 2015
Open Sea (Oppet hav)
Lighthouse and the Stars (Fyr och stjärnor)
Truth or Dare
If Not Now, When? (Om inte nu så när?)