Lisa McMann

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Lisa McMann
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Lisa McMann 2011
Born February 27, 1968
Holland, Michigan
Occupation Novelist
Nationality American
Period 2007–present
Genres Young adult fantasy

www.lisamcmann.com


Lisa McMann (born February 27, 1968) is an American author.

She lives near Phoenix, Arizona.[1]

Awards[edit]

  • The Day of the Shoes, 2004, a short story, won a Templeton award in the international Power of Purpose contest.
  • WAKE - 2008 American Library Association Best Book for Young Adults[2]
  • WAKE - 2008 Cybil Award Finalist[3]
  • WAKE - 2009 Survival Games Minecraft Award
  • WAKE ALA Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers
  • WAKE Abraham Lincoln Book Award Master List (IL)
  • WAKE Gateway Readers Award Nominee (MO)
  • WAKE Georgia Peach Book Award Master List
  • WAKE IRA Young Adults' Choices
  • WAKE Nevada Young Reader's Award Nominee
  • WAKE Texas Tayshas Reading List
  • WAKE YALSA Teens Top Ten (TTT)
  • WAKE Young Adult Reading Program Reading List Selection (SD)

Published works[edit]

Wake Trilogy
  • WAKE (2008)
  • FADE (2009)
  • GONE (2010)[4]
The Unwanteds
  • The Unwanteds (2011)[5]
  • The Unwanteds: Island of Silence (2012)
  • The Unwanteds: Island of Fire (2013)
  • The Unwanteds: Island of Legends (2014)
  • The Unwanteds: Island of Shipwrecks (2015)
Visions Trilogy
  • Crash (2013)
  • Bang (2013)
Other books
  • Cryer's Cross (2011)
  • Dear Bully (2011)
  • Dead To You (2012)
  • The Trap Door (Infinity Ring #3) (2013)

WAKE Trilogy Translations[edit]

The WAKE trilogy has been translated into the following languages (note: not all of the books are out in these countries):

  • Novo Seculo / Portuguese (Brazil only)
  • Wisdom Distribution Service / Chinese (complex)
  • Kelly Kiado / Hungarian
  • Newton Compton / Italian
  • Everest / Spanish
  • Atlin Kitaplar / Turkish
  • Patakis / Greek
  • PT Gramedia / Indonesian
  • Amarin / Thai
  • Boje Verlag / German
  • WYDAWNICTWO / Polish
  • Everest Editora / Portuguese (Portugal)

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