Juvenile fiction

  • 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
  • Risulven Risulven

    by Nina Ivarsson
    Risulven, Risulven is a book that grips the reader from the first page to the last. Written with great insight and sensitivity, Nina Ivarsson's first book is a dark and realistic tale about Pär, Risulven and all the others who roam the neighbourhood ...
    Published September 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
  • Pojken från längesen

    by Kerstin Lundberg Hahn
    When Tove meets the mysterious semi-transparent boy, it marks the beginning of a life-changing journey through time and space. Her existence is turned upside down when he reveals his secret. Kerstin Lundberg Hahn is back with a finely-tuned, exciting ...
    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
  • Tulpanpojken

    by Christina Wahldén
    'Ever since I was small,' says Christina Wahldén, 'my mother has told me about the Dutch boy who came to stay with her family for nine months in 1945, after the end of the war. She was thirteen, and he was eleven. He became like an extra brother to h ...
    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
  • Heden

    by Petrus Dahlin
    Three sisters have lived in the forest since they were small, abandoned by their parents and alone against the world. But perhaps now it's time to stop hiding and fight back. The first book, Sisters of the Forest, was published in 2009. This is the m ...
    Published August 2017
  • 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