Juvenile fiction

  • Inatt jag drömde

    by Mårten Melin
    One night at summer camp, while all the others are asleep, Malik discovers an opening in the air above him, and that he can go through it and into other people's dreams. At first, it's rather exciting and something to show off about to good-looking ...
    Published June 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
  • På skärmen

    by Johanna Stenius, Petra Jankov
    Online. Hooked up. The web. The Internet. Whatever you call it, it means that there's no reason to wait to meet somebody face to face; you can instantly find thousands of people who like the same things as you. It's easy to forget how incredibl ...
    Published May 2017
  • Fyr 137

    by Ingelin Angerborn
    'As we were leaving, I glanced toward the lighthouse one last time. The door was closed and the ledge was empty. I started to let out a sigh of relief when my breath caught in my throat. "Look", I gasped. At that moment, I could have sworn that I g ...
    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
  • En annan Albin

    by Johan Unenge
    Albin is the kind of boy nobody notices. His teachers hardly know his name, nobody passes the football to him, nobody listens to what he says. Albin's dad talks a lot about 'grabbing what you can', and such things as 'take what you want or somebody ...
    Published April 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
  • Vattenskräck

    by Petrus Dahlin
    'There she goes... She can see the butterfly among the flowers. She can see the old woman, her neighbour, waving, and she waves back. She can see the little boy who hesitates to cross the street alone. But she can't see me. Maybe it's because I li ...
    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
  • Megakillen - den stora hemligheten

    by Martin Olczak
    Melker Jonson is an ordinary boy – with a great secret. He’s a superhero! The local newspaper writes about Megaboy and the radio tells of his heroic deeds. Everybody wants to know who this young superhero really is.    But only three pers ...
    Published February 2007
  • Jag lär mig rymden

    by Ingela P Arrhenius
    I Learn About is a series of activity books for children aged 4 and up. In I Learn About Space, you'll write, draw and work things out while learning about space. You'll visit a space station, and look closely at the sun, the moon and the stars. Th ...
    Published January 2017
  • Jag lär mig kroppen

    by Ingela P Arrhenius
    I Learn About is a series of activity books for children aged 4 and up. In I Learn About the Body, we explore the body, the senses, food, and much, much more. How do we experience flavours, how does your heart work, and what happens to our bodies ...
    Published January 2017