Lemen – fjellets hjerte Published by Mangschou Forlag, 2020
The lemming is a small hamster, with a thick sausage-like body, with short legs, and tiny ears. It is easy to recognize as they have a very characteristic appearance, with yellowy-orange fur speckled with black spots on their heads and along their backs. During the “lemming years” the furious lemmings are everywhere in the mountains. There are millions. But suddenly they are all gone, and many years can pass before you see a lemming again. Why?
Luftens tyranner. Menn og bombefly gjennom 100 år Published by Spartacus Forlag, 2019
Deadly planes as big as football pitches with bomb loads of up to 50 tonnes have thundered over cities and countries since 1914. The scenario is both historical and contemporary. The arrival of bomber technology, with its ability to penetrate front lines and spread destruction among civilian populations, changed the nature of warfare forever. Its supporters claimed mass bombing would yield rapid victories by demoralising enemy populations. The idea persists: if only bombers become powerful, fast and precise enough, wars will be won swiftly and bloodlessly.
An engaging novel about one of the most dramatic events of the 1980s in Norway The year is 1980. The residential oil platform named Alexander L. Kielland has just capsized in the North Sea, and the family of oil worker Jonny are waiting back home for the phone to ring.
Poetry that opens luminous spaces by a World-Class poet
Olav H. Hauge (1908 – 1994) was born in Ulvik, the fjordside village where he spent almost his entire life. While his mother Katrina had deep roots in Ulvik, his father Håkon came from Sogn, several mountain ranges and one fjord farther north.
This book is all about animals that are specialists in hiding away. There’s a spider in Asia that imitates a butterfly and a fish swimming in the Amazon that looks like a leaf. There are animals that pretend to be something very different from what they actually are – an insect assassin that imitates a swarm of ants by sticking a pile of dead ants on its back and a little frog that pretends to be bird poo. There are also incredible animals that can change their disguise, like the peacock flounder: when a scientist put it on a chessboard, black and white checks appeared on its skin! And did you know there’s an octopus that can copy 15 different animals?
Polarnatt Published by Samlaget, 2019 EASY READERS
An ice-cold escape in the dark Ilias is 16 years old and lives in a centre for asylum seekers with his nine-year-old sister, Amira. They have fled their homeland and now find themselves in a refugee centre in North Norway. One day, something happens that makes it dangerous for them to stay. The siblings must escape into the dark night. They don’t know the area, nor anyone who lives there. The wind is freezing cold, and they’re running out of time. Before long they can hear the snowmobile that’s out hunting for Ilias. Who can help them get through this frozen winter night? This book tells an exhilarating story, with a driving plot and tense undertones that grow steadily throughout.
Exciting about an unwilling burglar Bill is a nine-year-old boy, born into a family of burglars. But Bill doesn’t want to be a burglar. One day he has to steal from his own friend, Sausage Sam. “But I don’t want to steal from Sausage Sam,” yells Bill, “He’s my friend!” What does he get in response? “A real burglar has to be able to steal from anyone at all!”
Jenta i kista Published by Samlaget, 2019 EASY READER
An exciting thriller for children who can read by themselves In a huge, ancient house, there is a chest. Nobody knows what’s inside. A 100 years ago a happy family used to live in the house. But now, nobody wants to. All the rooms are empty. Except the attic, where there is a chest. But then, one day, the box is opened.
Palle Puddel. Et hundeliv Published by No Comprendo Press, 2013
colors are magical? How will Rita Rabbit really get the poodle party
started? Can you draw with a pair of scissors? Palle dog-swimming in
Greece: How did that go? And is it true what Palle read, that it is in
fact dangerous to chew dog bones.