Hana Brady - Biography - Hana's Suitcase - Awards and Recognition

Awards and Recognition

The 2002 book became a bestseller and received the Bank Street College of Education Flora Stieglitz Straus Award for non-fiction, the National Jewish Book Award, and several other Canadian awards for children's literature. The book received a nomination for the Governor General's Award and was selected as a final award candidate for the Norma Fleck award. It has been translated into over 20 languages and published around the world.

In October 2006, the book won the Yad Vashem award, presented to George Brady at a ceremony in Jerusalem.

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