Started loading it into Book Awards, anyone else like to do it too?
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By loading each book into Book Awards, it means that at a click of button the list of books can be accessed on librarything. Takes a bit of work.
I've started entering it as, for example,
1001 Children's Books You Must Read Before You Grow Up (2009, No 185, Age 5 and over)
I'm assuming the book has been published in 2009. I've only added 64, so far.
I've mainly concentrated on books I've recognised as Australian and ones I've enjoyed as a child or I've enjoyed with my children.
Since the list is organised by age groups, I've also tried to add the books that are at the beginning and end of each age group, so that might help with further entries.
To do the entering, just need to start typing and then the rest of the 1001 title should appear and can be clicked on.
To add everything after the opening bracket need to start typing "(2009, " and then a list will appear that can be chosen from.
I hope that makes sense.
The List on librarything is taking shape like this
I'll work on the Ages 12 and older.
Edit: ditto for #709
Edit 2: oh, added them to my collection, tagged them with the award, then removed them from my collection...at the moment they show up on the list, I wonder if they will stay with 0 collections...
For #720 I have no clue if it is the right book or not, the author at least is correct and the title sounds vaguely so that it could be translated "Three Fairy Tales".
I'll mention here when I come across other uncertain items.
#638 = Les pilleurs de sarcophages
#669 = Binja iedereen kon omvallen
Two new ones:
#621 Jules's Rat by Peter Hacks
#629 Schoolboy Jia Li by Qin Wenjun (didn't find the author on LT, but some books in Amazon search...)
Otherwise...#580-730 are now marked in LT
#629 - It's a series. The book doesn't give the title, but I think it might be Nan Sheng Jia Li. I found this record in the New York Public Library's catalog:
From 550-580 spread four tricky ones:
#550 Garden by Jiri Trnka (apparently a popular illustrator, so appears on several books by Andersen, Grimm et al).
#566 Little Fox by Istvan Fekete (whose LT page has several titles...in Hungarian)
#569 The King of Copper Mountains by Paul Biegel (ditto, except in Dutch)
#573 The Hedgehog Tree by Antonio Gramsci (whose LT page has loads of titles, none which actually screams "Children's author!")
Stephmo has been busy, and now over half of the titles are tagged...she seems to have had some problematic ones too (listed on the series page), I'll go and see if I can help with any of those...at least one I had already tagged.
#566 Little Fox = Vuk
#569 The King of Copper Mountains = Het Sleutelkruid
# 573 The Hedgehog Tree = L'albero del riccio