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  • Familjen Monstersson: Min vän Boris

    by Mats Wänblad
    The new series is intended for the very youngest beginner readers. Sparse text with reader friendly typography, interspersed with speech balloons and uppercase letters and lots of fun color pictures! A fun book with unexpected turns. Ebba has a new ...
    Published May 2011
  • Röda masken

    by Elias Våhlund, Agnes Våhlund
    If you dream about something long enough, one day it will come true. Lisa has managed her first Superhero mission, although it feels as though she has only dreamt it. For in her everyday life, everything is as usual. She hates being at school and the ...
    Published October 2017
  • Familjen Monstersson: Monstervinter

    by Mats Wänblad
    Ebba and Boris are out sledging, but despite their having great fun competing, Boris is not happy. When Ebba works out why, she organizes a surprise to cheer him up. The tenth instalment in the Monstersson Family series is as wonderfully surprising a ...
    Published October 2017
  • Published October 2017
  • Myran och gåtorna

    by Linn Gottfridsson
    Having a Mum who's in love is good, because she says yes to almost everything. Usually, Myran thinks that Mum can be quite picky. 'Seriously...,' she sighs, even though it's about something tiny and unimportant. Now she seems to have forgotten what i ...
    Published September 2017
  • Den fruktansvärda hämnden

    by Mårten Melin
    Nila and Mai are best friends. It's rather unusual, though, as Mai is a ghost. When the class is going to perform a ghost story on stage, Mai, of course, wants to play the ghost, but that's Esben's role. But then Esben falls ill... Mårten Melin hard ...
    Published September 2017
  • Mias pappa flyttar

    by Gunilla Bergström
    'It's autumn and often raining. You slip on wet leaves when you walk to school. I'm in the first year and my name is Mia. I'm sad because my mother and father argue with each other, mostly in the evenings when they think I don't hear. They think you ...
    Published August 2017
  • Hjördis

    by Jujja Wieslander
    Number 1 Sunny Street is the best place in the world. You can hear that in the name. Here lives Hjördis with her sister, her parents, their cats Mick and Prick, and sometimes her paternal grandmother. Twelve chapters deal with friendship, play and ev ...
    Published August 2017
  • Jag lär mig storstäder

    by Ingela P Arrhenius
    I Learn About is a series of activity books for children aged 4 and up. In I Learn About Big Cities, we visit the most interesting and exciting cities in the world, discover cool facts and find fun things to do. Learn about New York skyscrapers, th ...
    Published June 2017
  • Stor-Alfons

    by Gunilla Bergström
    Learning to read is all about exploring wonderful new worlds, and what could be more exciting for a new reader than to discover the world of Alfie Atkins? For the past forty-five years, the Alfie books have made both children and adults laugh and cry ...
    Published May 2017
  • Handbok för superhjältar

    by Elias Våhlund, Agnes Våhlund
    While her mother works away from home, Lisa goes to live with her grandmother for a few months. But she is miserable at her new school. Boys tease her about her protruding ears and each night she falls asleep with her hands pressed over them in the ...
    Published May 2017
  • Pluto är ingen planet

    by Annelie Drewsen
    '"My name is Edwin. I love space! My mum says it's just a coincidence that I have the same name as the American astronomer Edwin Hubble". "Edwin is a nice name, that's all," she says. But I don't believe that's true. I was supposed to have the same ...
    Published May 2017
  • Ett spöke sover över

    by Mårten Melin
    'It was Friday afternoon and time to leave school. Maj put on my old coat. I had given her some clothes so she wouldn't have to walk about in the same jeans and t-shirt all the time. "I'm glad you're coming to my house today", Miarka said to Sima. ...
    Published April 2017
  • Mademoiselle Oiseau och landet Argentine

    by Andrea de La Barre de Nanteuil
    ‘"Maybe there's something wrong with me", says Isabella. "Absolument", says Mademoiselle Oiseau. "Thank the kitten for that. It makes me so very exhausted to think about people when there's nothing wrong with them". She shivers dramatically and pi ...
    Published April 2017
  • Den avhuggna handen

    by Åsa Lind
    Opus has promised his mother to behave perfectly all summer. He is not going to cycle without his helmet, use all his money to buy sweets, or climb on to the balcony railing. These are the conditions if Opus is to stay at home alone during the day ...
    Published March 2017
  • Megakillen i dubbeltrubbel

    by Martin Olczak
    Megaboy is back! Ready to outsmart new thieves. He faces his most difficult case yet when he meets his evil doppelganger. The doppelganger takes over the entire town and seems to stop at nothing to ruin things for Melker. But there’s one thing that s ...
    Published September 2007