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Narine Abgaryan was born in Armenia and graduated from the State University of Linguistic Studies in Yerevan, with a diploma of a teacher of Russian language and literature.  

Writing in the Russian language, Narine Abgaryan is the internationally bestselling author of a dozen of books, including her nationally bestselling and prize-winning trilogy about Manunia, a busy and troublesome 11-year-old in a small Armenian town Berd. Manunia has been made into a TV series, with a premier at Kinotavr Fim Fesitval in 2021.  

Narine Abgaryan’s other book for children, Semyon Andreich, received Baby-NOS from The New Literature Award in 2013, as “the best book for children of the last decade”. Her powerful and moving parable Three Apples Fell From the Sky was translated into 27 languages and became a long seller throughout Europe. In 2016, it won the prestigious Yasnaya Polyana Prize. 

Since 2022 Narine Abgaryan has moved to her native Armenia, sharing her time between Armenia and Germany. 

Narine Abgaryan
Armenia
Writer and Bloger

Narine Abgaryan was born in Armenia and graduated from the State University of Linguistic Studies in Yerevan, with a diploma of a teacher of Russian language and literature.  

Writing in the Russian language, Narine Abgaryan is the internationally bestselling author of a dozen of books, including her nationally bestselling and prize-winning trilogy about Manunia, a busy and troublesome 11-year-old in a small Armenian town Berd. Manunia has been made into a TV series, with a premier at Kinotavr Fim Fesitval in 2021.  

Narine Abgaryan’s other book for children, Semyon Andreich, received Baby-NOS from The New Literature Award in 2013, as “the best book for children of the last decade”. Her powerful and moving parable Three Apples Fell From the Sky was translated into 27 languages and became a long seller throughout Europe. In 2016, it won the prestigious Yasnaya Polyana Prize. 

Since 2022 Narine Abgaryan has moved to her native Armenia, sharing her time between Armenia and Germany. 

05 September 2024 - 10:50