Inés Garland gets the Ala Delta Award for Literature for children given by the Edelvives Group for her novel Lilo (provisional title).

For the jury, it is a social work, as it puts the focus in a contemporary evil, the inadequate use and abuse of new technologies at early ages, and she treats this delicate subject  with a subtle humor that expresses itself through the narrative voice of a dog.

The jury underlined the narrative originality, the richness in the construction of the characters and the appropriate use of the moments of humor to soften the plot.