For the actress, see Atsuko Asano.

Atsuko Asano (あさの あつこ Asano Atsuko?, born in Okayama Prefecture in 1954[1][2]) is a Japanese writer. She wrote the children's novel series Telepathy Shōjo Ran and the manga series The Manzai Comics.[3] She started writing the children's novels when she was in college. She graduated from Aoyama Gakuin college and majored in literature.[4] She published "Hotaru-kan monogatari" as her first novel.[5]

Asano received the Noma Prize for Juvenile Literature in 1997 for book series Battery,[1] which has been adapted into a film.[6] The same series won the Shogakukan Children's Publication Culture Award in 2005.[1] Her work frequently appears in literary magazines and she has also been featured in the Mainichi Shimbun.[7]

Works

  • "Kamigami-no Utatane"
  • "Girls Blue 2"
  • "Girls Blue"
  • "Yume-utsutsu"
  • "NO.6 #1-8"
  • "The MANZAI #1-6"
  • "Asano Kodomo-no Omocha-bako"
  • "Neko No Neko San"
  • "Telepathy Girl Lan"
  • "Arihureta Hu-keiga"
  • "Sasayaka-na Monogatari-tachi"
  • "Kimi-ni Okuru Tsubasa Monogatari"
  • "Matteru"
  • "Last Inning"
  • "Kaze-no Yakata-no Monogartari"
  • "Ashita-Hukukaze"
  • "Shin-Hotarukan Monogatari"
  • "Hotarukan Monogatari"
  • "Iede-de Densha-ha Ganbarimasu"
  • "Miroku-no Tsuki"
  • "Erina-no Aoi-sora"
  • "Vivace"
  • "Kimi-ga Mitsukeru Monogatari"
  • "Miyama Monogatari"
  • "Fuku-shu Planner"
  • "Konjiki-no Nobe-ni Utau"
  • "Battery #1-7"
  • "Field, wind"
  • "Tabidachi"
  • "Chu-gakusei No Kimochi"
  • "Iede-densha-ha Koshou-chu?"
  • "You-kai Henka"
  • "Ju-ni No Uso-to Ju-ni No Shinzitsu"
  • "Yasha-zakura"
  • "Ju-ni-sai Deai-no Kisetsu"
  • "Banka-no Playball"
  • "Runner"
  • "Fukuin-no Sho-nen"
  • "Sugu-kakeru Dokusho-kanso-bun"
  • "Naniyorimo Taisetsu-na Koto"
  • "Bokura-no Shin-rei Spotto"
  • "Natsu-yasumi"
  • "Chi-ni Umorete"
  • "Ji-kuu Hunter Yuki"
  • "Hint?"
  • "Toumei-na Tabiji-to"
  • "Tanpopo-akichi-no tsukinowa"
  • "Doba-pyon"
  • "Love Letter"
  • "Mai-ha Jussai-desu"

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 "Battery(6 volumes)." Japanese Board on Books for Young People. Retrieved on February 26, 2009.
  2. "「バッテリー 1~6」 あさのあつこさん." Yomiuri Online. February 22, 2005. Retrieved on February 26, 2009.
  3. "Telepathy Shōjo Ran Novels Animated for TV in Japan." Anime News Network. December 26, 2007. Retrieved on February 26, 2009.
  4. バッテリー あさのあつこ. April, 2006. Retrieved on October 15, 2009.
  5. あさのあつこ カドカワード.jp. Retrieved on October 15, 2009.
  6. "バッテリー." Variety Japan. Retrieved on February 26, 2009.
  7. ""Take the test for your favorite school". Mainichi Shimbun, February 11, 2009. Retrieved on February 26, 2009.

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