A fact book for children all about meteorology. What creates the weather? Where does the wind come from? Why does hail come down at the speed of a racing car and why does it even rain in the first place?
- Frode Grytten/Mari Kanstad Johnsen: BEDTIME (children’s picture book, 2020), sold to France and Germany, previously to Denmark, Korea.
- Helene Guåker: DANGER. HIGH VOLTAGE (YA novel, 2020), sold to Denmark.
- Line Renslebråten: THE ART OF HIDING. DISGUISE IN NATURE (children’s non-fiction 2020), sold to Russia, previously to Denmark.
- Maria Parr: TONJE GLIMMERDAL (children’s novel, 2009) sold to Latvia, previously to Germany, Belgium, Catalonia, Georgia, Lithuania, Sweden, Russia, France, Iceland, Denmark, Poland, Macedonia, China, Ukraine, Estonia, Faroe Island, Bulgaria, Italy, England, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, South Korea, Turkey, India (Hindi), USA.
- Sigrid Agnethe Hansen (YA novel, 2020), sold to Latvia, previously toDenmark, Korea.
- Terje Tvedt: THE NILE. THE RIVER OF HISTORY (non-fiction, 2012/2020), sold to Serbia, previously to Germany, the Netherlands, UK.
- Kim Hjardar: THE GREATEST VIKING BATTLES (non-fiction, 2020), sold to Denmark, Sweden.
- Johan B. Mjønes/Åshild Irgens: SLEEP WELL, LUKAS and WHAT ARE YOU DOING, LUKAS? (picture books, 2016/2017), sold to Denmark, previously to Ukraine.
- Bår Stenvik/Rune Markhus: 10 INCREDIBLE INVENTIONS (children’s non-fiction, 2020), sold to Denmark.
- Lars Mæhle/Lars Rudebjer: THE DINOSAUR BUNCH-series (picture books, 2019-2020), sold to Indonesia, previously to previosly to Denmark, China, Estonia, Faroe Island, Finland, Iceland, Russia, Sweden.
An original, funny, and almost improbable world history. Why do people run? Four millennia ago in Mesopotamia, King Shulgi ran from Nippur to Ur to take part in a religious festival. In ancient Egypt, the pharaoh had to run to prove his vitality and to hold on to power. And then there are the little-known naked runs, whore runs, endurance tests at bars, backward runs, monk runs, and the Inca Empire’s got professional runners. Thor Gotaas shows us what running, in all its remarkable diversity, is and has been for mankind.
One thing Trille knows for sure: that his great aunt makes the world’s best waffles. He is sure, too, that Knert-Mathilde is a wonderful place in which to live – and that his neighbour, Lena Lid, is his best friend. But he is anything but sure that he is her best friend. And when Lena asks him exactly why he wants a father, although he has one, Trille isn’t sure about that, either.
Jakob og Neikob – Naboen
Published by Samlaget, 2016
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!More…
Historia om korleis hunden fekk våt snute
Published by Samlaget, 2012
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.More…
Cheating and deception are not commonly considered among humanity’s most noble features. Still they are inextricably linked to our creativity and social capabilities.
The future of water is the future of humankind. Are we living in the century of droughts? Of floods? Or both? How water will run in our societies will impact global power relations, the environment and the balance between rich and poor. It will define war and peace and the destinies of countries and continents. Nobody can escape the consequences. These are issues raised by professor and historian Terje Tvedt in his book “A Journey in the future of water” More…