The works of one of the most popular and most translated children's writers in Serbia - Jasminka Petrovic in your library. She is the author of over 30 books for children and teenagers. Her books have been translated into twenty-five languages, and some of them have been adapted to plays at children's theaters in Belgrade, Sarajevo, Zagreb and Stockholm. The novel "Everything is OK", was recently selected as one of the best novels for young people in 2017 (B.O.O.K. Network, bronze medal and the "Politikin Zabavnik" award).
Other prizes over the years:
- The book "The Year When I Learned to Fly" was awarded in 2016 the Neven Prize.
- The book ''35 Calories without Sugar'', in 2008, was awarded the Dositej's Golden Pen.
- The novel "This is the Terrible Day in My Life" was awarded with the "Rade Obrenovic" prize in 2006, and the regional prize "Little Prince" in 2007.
- In 2004, the book "Say hello to your aunt" was awarded with the Gasha's Silver Pen for the most inspiring children's book.
The books of this author are recognized by the warm humor and perception of the world from the angle of a child living in contemporary society. "Childhood is extremely difficult, but nice," says Jasminka Petrovic.