List of literary works by number of translations
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This is a list of literary works (including novels, plays, series, collections of poems or short stories, and essays and other forms of literary non-fiction) sorted by the number of languages they have been translated into.
-  (Figures correct as of 2014.)
- An International Brochure That Teaches With Pictures
This number includes editions in Sign Languages (DVD) and Braille. Available online
- Universal Declaration of Human Rights; Download at the official website.
- Study material for beliefs of Jehovah's Witnesses.
Includes editions in Sign Languages (DVD) and Braille.Available online.
- A children's book of 116 Bible stories
Includes 27 editions in Sign Languages.Available online.
- Giovanni Gasparini. La corsa di Pinocchio. Milano, Vita e Pensiero, 1997. pagina 117. ISBN 88-343-4889-3
- "The Little Prince - my Collection". Retrieved 23 August 2013.
- Includes editions in Sign Languages (DVD) and Braille. Available online
- Brown, J. (1885). John Bunyan: His Life, Times and Work. Isbister. pp. 483–486.
- Includes 10 editions in Sign Languages. Available online.
- Hans Christian Andersens Fairytales in 128 languages
- Includes 5 editions in Sign Languages. Braille format not yet counted.Available online.
- Herbert E. Douglass. Messenger of the Lord
- Steps to Christ (Audio CD), Editorial Reviews
- Available online.
- Includes editions in Sign Languages (DVD) and Braille. (Awake! was called The Golden Age between 1919 & 1937; then Consolation between 1937 & 1946.)Available online
- Bandersnatch: The Newsletter of The Lewis Carroll Society, Issue 149 (January 2011), p. 11.
- Tintin Around the World
- http://ftp.unesco.org/xtrans/a/openisis.a?a=THOMAS+A+KEMPIS&ns=/xtrans/stat/xTransList.a%3Flg&tie=and&t3=11&t4=10 Index Translationum for The Imitation of Christ
- "The translators of the Book of Mormon.". MormonTimes (Deseret News). Date of article: 20 February 2012. Retrieved 29 February 2012. Check date values in:
- Paulo Coelho's Official Website PauloCoelho.com (28 March 2009)
- John Rodden. The Politics of Literary Reputation: The Making and Claiming of "St. George" Orwell
- Great Books: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn - Segment 11: The Popularity of "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" on The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (06 August 2013)
- "The Pippi books have been translated to 64 languages " (2009)
- "National epic "The Kalevala" reaches the respectable age of 175". Retrieved 17 August 2010.
- "Orhan Pamuk’s novels translated into 60 languages". Retrieved 19 November 2013.
- The Fort Dodge Messenger on Sherlock Holmes: "The Holmes stories have been translated into more than 60 languages. " (13 April 2008)
- Deaf news around Europe and the world Article 2, European Union of the Deaf
- "Urim Books exhibits book by pastor at New Delhi Book Fair", The Korea Herald, 2014-02-26, retrieved 2014-02-27
- According to the al-quran.info online quranic project, the complete Qur'an is listed as having been translated into 47 languages. But, according to another source that number is 50: Rana, Nabeel A. (3 September 1993). "Quran Translated into 114 Languages". Retrieved 23 August 2013.
- http://www.unesco.org/xtrans/bsresult.aspx?lg=0&a=Sienkiewicz&stxt=Quo%20vadis&fr=0 Index Translationum for Quo vadis
- The Philadelphia Enquirer on Things Fall Apart (27 March 2008)
- Johanna Spyri – FREE Johanna Spyri Biography, Encyclopedia.com
- Charisma News, charismanews.com
- Although, according to some Spanish sources (Institute Cervantes), this is the book with the most translations after the Bible.
- Catálogo de Traducciones del Quijote, Instituto Cervantes
- The Outsider – Albert Camus – Penguin Classics
- The Very Hungry Birthday (ages 3–5) at Bayside Library
- Turan, Kenneth (17 May 2006). "The Da Vinci Code". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 8 May 2010.
- Oy Moomin Characters Ltd
- The Independent on The Kite Runner: "It's been published in 38 countries, translated into 42 languages, turned into an Oscar-nominated movie – and sold more than 10 million copies." (15 April 2008)
- Donahue, Deirdre (7 May 2013). "The Great Gatsby by the numbers". USA Today. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
- Bear with us – Paddington celebrates 50th with a new book ,Daily Mail (2 June 2008)
- 'I saw Matisse – and came up with Miffy' ,Telegraph.co.uk (12 September 2006)
- Arcanum Adatbázis Kft
- "37 translations"
- The Telegraph on The Hobbit: "It was published in 1937 and has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide in 40 languages. " (23 March 2008)
- La familia de Pascual Duarte llega a Corea del Sur, La Voz Libre (6 November 2009)
-  ,BBC (9 October 2003)
- Institut Ramon Llull (Press Releases) on Cold Skin: "The novel, first published in Catalan by La Campana in 2002, has now been translated into 37 languages." (8 December 2009)
- Obsessed with Scent ,GNN (30 October 2003)
- The Nashua Telegraph on Anne of Green Gables: "First published in Boston, the book has been translated into 36 languages and sold more than 50 million copies. " (20 March 2008)
- Yomiuri Shimbun (31 July 2008) (Japanese language)
- , El Mundo, Reportaje en La Revista: "70 Años de García Márquez"
- , Awfulagent.com (author's agency) (26 April 2011)
- "Peter Rabbit gets hieroglyph tale". BBC News. 31 December 2004. Retrieved 8 May 2010.
- トットちゃんとカマタ先生の「ずっとやくそく」 :著者プロフィール (Japanese language)
- "Spiritual leader's autobiography published in 34 languages", The Korea Times, 2014-12-14, retrieved 2014-12-14
- El Periódico on The Time of the Doves: "The novel has been translated into 34 languages. In honor of this feat, the Gràcia district opens today an exhibition about it." (26 September 2012)
- , People Magazine (26 April 2004)
- Eckhart Tolle Biography. New York Times (2008-03-05). Times Topics.
- "KALIMA publishes Eckhart Tolle's 'A New Earth and the Power of Now' in Arabic as well.". WAM: Emirates News Agency. 2010-04-01. Retrieved 2010-05-24.
- Ender's Game#Translations
- The Rocky Mountain News on Goosebumps: "That formula has brought fame and fortune to Stine, whose 87 Goosebumps books have sold more than 300 million copies and been translated into 32 languages." (13 April 2008)
- Reuters on the Alexander trilogy: "Manfredi gained international acclaim in 1998 with his trilogy on Alexander the Great, which was translated into 32 languages." (2 April 2008)
- CNN Transcript – Sunday Morning News `Gone With the Wind' Translated Into Russian ,CNN (25 March 2001)
- The Idaho Statesman on Art: "Since then it has been translated into 30 languages." (15 April 2008)
- The New Zealand Herald on Spiderwick: "After all, the books had sold millions and had been translated into 30 languages, so it seemed like a good idea." (9 April 2008)
- Washington University, Saint Louis on The Tale of Genji: "Now a central pillar of the Japanese literary canon, the book has inspired writers and artists working in every conceivable genre and medium, and has been translated into more than 30 languages." (4 April 2008)
- AFP on Millennium Trilogy: "They have been translated into some 30 languages and a first film adaptation is under way in Sweden." (19 March 2008)
- The Independent on 'The No. 1 Ladies' Detective Agency': "Award-winning author Alexander McCall Smith, whose best-selling books about a Botswanan female detective are printed in more than 30 languages, is accused by human rights campaigners of stereotyping tribal groups in Africa." (16 March 2008)
- Variety on The Pillars of the Earth (2 April 2008)
- Publishers Weekly on Chasing Vermeer: "Chasing Vermeer, which was published in 2004, has sold more than a million copies for Scholastic, and has been translated into more than 30 languages." (17 March 2008)
- The Los Angeles Times on Buddenbrooks: "Buddenbrooks, which has been translated into over 30 languages, has long been Thomas Mann's most popular book." (27 June 1993)
- (29 April 2009)
- Lindgren, Martin (2009), "Vi är inte alls eniga om stimulanspaket", Realtid.se