In the old sheep shed there was one day born a lilac lamb. The other sheep in the flock will have nothing to do with the new little lamb. Even her mother turns away. But the little lamb Lilac is to do something that no sheep thereabout will ever forget.
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Published by Samlaget, 2008
The boy in this winter night story cannot sleep; therefore it’s good to have daddy there to answer all his questions. Like are the red birds sleeping? Do the foxes eat their food? And most importantly: is mummy sleeping? In this starry and quiet picture book, we meet a confident father and an anxious boy who take care of each other in the vast winter night. From 4 to 10 years.
Herr Hansen får besøk
Published by Mangschou Forlag, 2017
Mr. Jones is a grump. He does not like people. He does not like animals. He does not even like children, come to think of it!
One day he suddenly discovers a non-expecting visitor in the garden. What should a grump do then? Mr. Jones got a visitor/A visit for Mr. Jones is a lively book about friendship and how life can be turned upside down by a giant elephant in his own garden. The story tells about little Alfred and the elephant called Gift, and how life might change for a grumpy old man.
– Look, Dad, says Mone. – The Moon is following me again today! Do you think the Moon is on her way to kindergarten?
Right above Mone’s kindergarten, you will find the sky’s own kindergarten. This is where you will meet the Moon! Just like Mone, the Moon is trying to fit in, and the two of them seek each other’s company. But what happens when the Sun and the Wind make the Moon disappear, and Mone is left alone?
What is happening inside Mom when she has got a baby bump? What does it feel like when a family is expecting a new member?
Hello, little One! is a warm and wonderful book about the growing baby who will become a new human being. More…
In this teeming picture book we follow Madam and her 11 children from morning to night.
Each of the children is the “main character” in one of the detailed, double-page illustrations, all of which depict chaotic versions of familiar family situations. They eat breakfast, go to the playground, to the swimming pool and the library, have granny over for TV night and in the end are all gathered together in the bathroom. Or rather, no, in the end most of them are in bed and Madam can sing them Troll Mother’s Lullaby.
Picture book illustrator Kari Stai has created a beautiful and intelligent book about all the fantasies and imaginable catastrophes we have in our heads.
Using her imagination, Ada takes her best friend Ralph with her up into space. Ralph always travels with Ada in the conker rocket, or on her flying carpet. But when the new girl moves into the street with a trampoline, Ralph wants to go back down and experience speed and excitement for real. Ada’s thoughts become knotted and heavy as stones.
The fourth book in the series about Yesper and Noper deals with the unfamiliar. One day, Yesper and Noper see that they have a new neighbour. Yesper is happy, while Noper is extremely sceptical, building a tall fence to stop their neighbour coming to see them. Yesper builds a bridge precisely to enable the neighbours to visit each other. Hasn’t Yesper heard that you’re not supposed to talk to strangers? When their neighbour suddenly closes the curtains, Noper thinks this is clear proof: the neighbour has something to hide!
A fabulous twist on the story of Noah’s Ark. When water floods the land, old Noah builds a huge ark and takes on board creepy-crawlies, farm animals and wild animals of every type. While they are out at sea something awful happens, the boat springs a leak! What on earth can they do? Luckily Noah knows a way. This picture book is a lively retelling of the old fable.
“If I could only disappear into the great forest, and come out somewhere else, “ thinks Flopwolf. He is a wolf that cannot howl. He is not as strong as the others, and he does not look like them. And now he’s tired of pretending that he resembles the other wolves. Flopwolf has to get out and decides to leave the pack and find out what’s on the other side of the forest.