Stwnsh Rwdlan Cyfres Rwdlan None

  • Title: Stwnsh Rwdlan (Cyfres Rwdlan)
  • Author: Angharad Tomos
  • ISBN: 9780862434403
  • Page: 442
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Angharad Tomos"

    1. Angharad Tomos

      Angharad Tomos is a Welsh author and prominent Welsh language activist Tomos was born in Bangor, Gwynedd in 1958, and raised with her five sisters in Llanwnda near Caernarfon She attended Ysgol Gynradd Bontnewydd and Ysgol Dyffryn Nantlle She began her higher education at Aberystwyth University, but left prior to completing her studies to go and work for Cymdeithas yr Iaith She later graduated in Welsh and Sociology from Bangor University and went on to receive an MA.A relentless language activist and prominent author, Tomos has made a substantial contribution to Welsh language children s literature She won the crown at Eisteddfod yr Urdd with Hen Fyd Hurt in 1982 Tomos was also chairwoman of Cymdeithas yr Iaith from 1982 to 1984, during the launch of the campaigns for a Welsh Language Act and a body to develop Welsh medium education.Tomos writes and illustrates many children s books including her popular Rwdlan series, set in the fictional Gwlad y Rwla Rala Rwdins was the first title in this series and was first published y Y Lolfa in 1983.In 1985 Tomos won a prize from the Academi Gymreig for her novel Yma o Hyd, about prison life, a life she herself experienced when she was imprisoned at Risley Prison for her actions whilst campaigning for the Welsh language.She has twice won the Prose Medal at the Welsh National Eisteddfod for her novels Si Hei Lwli in 1991 and Wele n Gwawrio in 1997 and has also won the Tir na n Og Award twice.On 24 September 2009, a ceramic sculpture of Tomos was unveiled at Parc Glynllifon, near Caernarfon, it is the third of a series of six sculptures by Welsh artist Katie Scarlett Howard, as part of the Budding Artists Woman of Substance project.Tomos won the Mary Vaughan Jones Award in 2009, for her outstanding contribution to children s literature in Wales.She also writes a Welsh language column for the Daily Post and keeps a blog on their website.

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