Jan Koneffke

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Jan Koneffke

Jan Koneffke was born in 1960 in Darmstadt. After studying philosophy and German in Berlin, he spent several years in Rome. Today he divides his time between Vienna and Bucharest. He writes poetry, novels and short stories, and has been awarded numerous prizes, amongst others the Leonce-and-Lena-Prize. His most recent publications are the – adult – novels Eine Liebe am Tiber (2004) and Eine nie vergessene Geschichte (2008), as well as the picture book Die Schlittenfahrt (2005), illustrated by Jacky Gleich and the crime for Children Nick mit den stechenden Augen (2004). What happened with Zwille is his first book to be published by Hanser.


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What happened with Zwille

What happened with Zwille

He is 12 years old. His real name is Florian, but everyone calls him Floh, which is German for Flea. He can't find anyone who'll take him seriously, and he's determined to do something about ...

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Im Hanser Kinderbuch ist erschienen
2008 Die Sache mit Zwille. Kinderbuch