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Sonya Louise Hartnett (born 23 March 1968 in Box Hill, Victoria) is an Australian author of fiction for adults, young adults, and children. She has been called "the finest Australian writer of her generation". For her career contribution to "children's and young adult literature in the broadest sense" Hartnett won the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award from the Swedish Arts Council in 2008, the biggest prize in children's literature.

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by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin, 1997, c1996
 
 
Uniform title: Stripes of the sidestep wolf. Swedish
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Stockholm : Bonnier Carlsen, 2004
 
 
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Melbourne, Victoria : Hamish Hamilton, an imprint of Penguin Books, 2014 , ©2014
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Uniform title: Princes. German
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Dusseldorf : Sauerlander, 2005
 
 
Uniform title: The ghost's child. Italian
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Milano : Rizzoli, 2012 , ©2012
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by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Melbourne, Victoria : Penguin Books Australia, 2014 , ©2000
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by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Camberwell, Vic. : Penguin, 2003, c2002
 
 
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Camberwell, Vic. : Penguin Books, 2004
 
 
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Camberwell, Vic. : Penguin Books, 2007
 
 
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Ringwood, Vic. : Penguin Books, 1997
 
 
by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Ringwood, Victoria : Viking, 1996 , ©1996
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by Hartnett, Sonya, 1968-
Cambridge, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2007, c2005
 
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