Kate De Goldi wins The Corine International Book Prize — 02.09.11

Kate De Goldi has won the 2011 Corine International Book Prize Young Readers Award for The 10pm Question.

Kate De Goldi has won the 2011 Corine International Book Prize Young Readers Award.

The International Book Prize is a German literature prize created by the Bavarian Landesverband of the Börsenverein des Deutschen Buchhandels first awarded in 2001. It is awarded to German and international "authors for excellent literary achievements and their recognition by the public."

"We are just so thrilled for Kate," says Random House publishing director Nicola Legat. "The 10PM Question has now sold in 9 countries, from the UK to Portugal and Korea to Brazil. To receive this prestigious German honour demonstrates the high regard in which she is held, and the power of this wonderful novel."The award will be presented to the winners during a glamorous gala in Munich on the 17th November.