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)
Sjelens betydning. En kulturhistorie
Published by Aschehoug, 2016
Throughout history, the soul has been regarded as the core of the human being and as an expression of the individual’s personality. Most people also feel they have one, although it is hard to explain what the soul exactly is. This is the aim of this book. By following the stages of the fateful drama of the soul from antiquity to present day, the book examines what significance it still may have in the 21st Century.
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.
PSYCHOLOGY – HEALTH
Lykkekuren. Bli lykkeligere på 31 dager
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2021
Positive experiences lead to improved health, friendships and relationships – and a longer life. Joy acts as a kind of counterweight to the burden of stress and eradicates anxiety and worries. What can we do to improve our own quality of life and find more joy in our lives?
HEALTH – SELF-HELP
Psykopat-testen: Se faresignalene og kom deg unna!
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2019
Psychopaths are everywhere. You might find one amongst your closest family members, your friend group or even in the workplace. Although they might all act in different ways, psychopaths will always have one thing in common: you can never trust them. They play by their own rules, and have little, if any, empathy with those affected. Many of those caught in a psychopath’s web require several years to return to their normal lives.
Edvard Munch. Nærbilde av et geni
Published by Sem & Stenersen Forlag, 2013
In 1944 Rolf E.
Stenersen wrote a biography of the world-renowned painter Edvard Munch, which
became an instant classic. Living up to its title – Edvard Munch. Close-up
of a Genius – presents a portrait that is so intimate, refreshingly honest
and revealing that the artist emerges from the pages. The Norwegian daily
Dagbladet wrote in 2004: “Spanning one hundred and fifty pages, it may well be
the best biography ever written in Norwegian. By any account, it is one of the
most personal, revealing and, not least, humorous books about a Norwegian.”
Published by Tiden Norsk Forlag, 2018
Sven left Nora. Or did Nora leave Sven? Something went wrong between them –but what? Sven should know. He’s an expert in interpersonal communications for the company Human Content, analyzing and counseling people on body language, coaching professionals. His relationship rupture coincides with a mysterious new project, where Sven is tasked with teaching emotional expression to the artificial intelligence SAM, an experimental digital coach. As Sven’s knowledge is transferred to SAM, man and machine grow closer. But how reliable are his assessments? Why does he experience blackouts? What does the company actually want from him? And what happened to Nora?