Oliver Latsch (translator)
Books by Oliver Latsch (translator)
Interviews where books by Oliver Latsch (translator) were recommended
The Murderer's Ape
Jakob Wegelius, translated by Peter Graves
Maria Turtschaninoff, translated by Annie Prime
The Cat Who Came in off the Roof
Annie M.G. Schmidt, translated by David Colmer
Reckless: The Petrified Flesh
Cornelia Funke, translated by Oliver Latsch
The Letter for the King
Tonke Dragt, translated by Laura Watkinson
The Beast Player
Nahoko Uehashi, translated by by Cathy Hirano
There is no shortage of great kids’ books written in English, but reading books in translation can open up whole new worlds and surprising perspectives. Adam Freudenheim, managing director of Pushkin Press, talks us through some of his favourites among the many books he’s published for kids, translated from other languages.
If you haven’t read any books by German children’s author Cornelia Funke yet, you have a treat in store. The multi-award winning writer of imaginative fiction talks us through her books and explains why fairy tales continue to fascinate her and her readers.