12-15

  • Tappa greppet

    by Katarina von Bredow
    Hampus and Victoria are best friends. They're always together and take each other for granted. Or at least they did, until recently, when their drama teacher came up with exercises that made them reveal all their secrets. Now everything is ruined ...
    Published March 2017
  • Guldgrävaren

    by Christina Wahldén
    The Marley siblings keep trying to hunt down their mother. The trip goes from India to Australia and continues to the American West Coast. Will they find her? An adventure-packed steampunk novel. Freestanding continuation of  The Stowaway ...
    Published September 2016
  • Som hund som katt

    by Per Nilsson
    – I hate you. It was the first thing you said to me. I wasn’t prepared for it. Or that you’d say it so calmly. Not like you were angry, or like something had happened, you just said it really calmly. You didn’t even turn away, just looked me straight ...
    Published June 2016
  • Innan helgen är över

    by Kerstin Lundberg Hahn
    Just think about it, Herman says. Here we are, three young people on our way to a cabin in the country. Alone. It's like a horror movie. Who knows what could happen? He pauses dramatically and throws a glance over his shoulder to see if Stella is lis ...
    Published May 2016
  • Fripassageraren

    by Christina Wahldén
    When Nell and Nick's father suddenly dies they realize that they don't know very much about their background. Their mother disappeared when they were young and their father was preoccupied with work. Now their father has left a note behind, with a my ...
    Published September 2015
  • Bänkad

    by Annica Wennström
    Benched is an exciting warm story about identity, love and camaraderie. Both on and off the court. Sebastian is in ninth grade. Soccer has always held center stage in his life. There is great camaraderie at practice and there's Karsten, their coach, ...
    Published August 2015
  • Släppa taget

    by Katarina von Bredow
    Elsa and Stella are twins. They're close and do almost everything together, but they're still very different. Stella is social, extroverted and sometimes distracted while Elsa is careful and considerate and not as good as her sister at taking what sh ...
    Published August 2015
  • Paris, Lola & jag

    by Moa Eriksson Sandberg
    "There's a basket on the sink, with shower gel, shampoo and lovely little soaps wrapped in light blue paper. Hôtel Montmartre it says in large golden letters. Lola unscrews the cap and pours some in the palm of her hand. The cream is white and sticky ...
    Published May 2015
  • Du föll och jag för dig

    by Lina Stoltz
    The first time Frida sees Jakob it is as if the whole world stops. A swirling tornado spins through her chest into the very center of her stomach. He leaves but his gaze stays with her – it leaves burn marks inside of her. Jakob doesn't know what to ...
    Published March 2015
  • Make It Stort

    by Emmy Abrahamson
    What was she doing, really? Photocopying her own face, sharing naps with a suicide-prone fifty-year-old man and having meetings about crazy musicals. And what had happened to being an actor? In acting school she did Shakespeare, Brecht and Orton. Now ...
    Published March 2014
  • Sex med mera

    by Sandra Dahlén
    Sex Etcetera takes girls and their questions about sex, gender and relationships seriously. How do you enjoy your own body alone or with somebody else? What do you do when it doesn’t feel good to have sex? And how do you become active if you want to ...
    Published March 2014
  • Fulast i världen

    by Ingrid Olsson
    Simon knows how it feels to get beat up, but not how it feels to hit back. And he knows how it feels to miss someone until it hurts, someone who doesn’t miss you back. Siw is ashamed of everything – her name, her family, herself. She also knows how ...
    Published August 2013
  • Mörkt svek

    by Kristina Sjögren, Ewa Christina Johansson
    “It was cold.She tried to bundle up, find some warmth inside herself. Darkness wrapped around her like a blanket and hid the tears that ran down her cheeks. Her nails where cracked after her attempts to find a way out. Her make-up had been smeared si ...
    Published August 2013
  • Stjäla the show

    by Emmy Abrahamson
    Filippa’s life and adventures in London continues. Filippa Karlsson’s dreams have come true! She has moved to London, started a new life and been admitted to the best school of drama in the world. But it turns out it is anything but glamorous. Fili ...
    Published May 2013
  • Barnkolonin

    by Kerstin Lundberg Hahn
    Something scary happened there once. A boy disappeared. They searched for him in the woods, they searched in the lake. He wasn’t found until winter. Frozen into the ice… Far out in the country is a hostel which was once a summer camp for poor child ...
    Published April 2013
  • Onda krafter i Sollentuna

    by Coco Moodysson
    A  tale about lost individuals, a wolfhound, a couple of wheel chairs and a mysterious minister. Original, sad and very funny, about loneliness and unexpected friendship!“I don’t want to be Chandler in Friends. I want to be the popular one who c ...
    Published August 2012