Dyr som gjemmer seg
Published by Kagge, 2020
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?
Dinosaurgjengen: 1 Egget,
2 Svømmekonkurransen, 3 Reisen,
4 Skattejakten, 5 Bestevennen
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2019-20
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!
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.
Ære være mine døtre
Published by Kagge Forlag, 2017
During the past three years, Lene Wold has spent a considerable amount of time in Jordan with a man who has killed both his mother and one of his two daughters in order to restore his family’s honour. Wold has travelled around Jordan and interviewed a number of people about honour killing. The author portrays the man’s upbringing, culture and dilemmas that shaped him as a person and the choices he made. Wold’s other important source is Amina. This daughter spent several years in prison after the failed murder attempt in order to protect her from her own family. In Jordan, it is the women, the survivors of attempted honour killings, who are imprisoned – not the perpetrators.