Auðr – Kvinneliv i vikingtiden
Published by Spartacus Forlag, 2022
Auðr means wealth. It was a common name for women in the Viking age, emphasising their importance in society. They were poets, skilled artisans and entrepreneurs who had their own ships. Women traded, led expeditions and played a crucial role in sharing knowledge, educating and protecting societal values. It was women who were responsible for textile manufacture and the preparation and storage of food, in addition to their important duties as healers.
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2019-2023
Get to know all about dinosaurs big and small in THE DINOSAUR BUNCH series
Reggie Rex is a slightly anxious six year-old who lives together with his family in the big boggy forest. Reggie is always being reluctantly dragged along on adventures by his best friend, Tim Troodon. Tim is six years old too, but nothing frightens him. And then there’s Grandma Rex. Sometimes she can be deadly!
NEW! 11 THE MONSTER CROCODILE (Monsterkrokodillen)
Reggie wakes up and realises that today is the unluckiest day of the year! He ends up with bumps and bruises just getting out of bed! And there’s worse to come. That is… Timmy has heard that there’s a four-leaf clover in the Boggy Forest. A clover could save the day! It’s just really silly that it grows exactly where someone has just seen an absolutely colossal crocodile. Now Reggie needs all the luck he can get!
NEW! 12 THE BALLOON JOURNEY (Ballongferden)
Reggie and Timmy find an old hot air balloon hidden at Grandpa Troodon’s cave. Could it be possible that it still works? Then when they hear that there’s an egg on top of the giant pine cone, an egg lying lonely and abandoned without a Mummy or Daddy to be found, well, they know what they must do. (August 2023)
WILDLIFE / ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY
Ulv i det norske kulturlandskapet
Published by Res Publica, 2021
This work of literary nonfiction, eco-literature, explores the role wolves have played in Norwegian cultural history, drawing on insights from the environmental humanities. From Norse mythology and the Viking Age, it traces human–wolf relations through medieval superstition to the systematic wolf persecution of the nineteenth century, when wolves were almost driven to extinction, and finally to the current situation, where wolves stand a chance of recovery but are kept endangered through legal and illegal hunting. The contrast between cultural landscapes and old-growth forest is thrown into sharp relief. Wolves are a keystone species and have become a flagship species for restoration and rewilding.