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.
Tonje Glimmerdal is the only child in Glimmer Dale, and the pluckiest nine–year-old the valley has seen since her now grown-up aunties raised havoc on their skis on the mountainside. Speed and self-confidence is Tonje’s motto as she hurtles down the slopes on her skis or her sled.
Ylva og villgeitene
Published by Samlaget 2020
A poetic tale about an intrepid girl coming face to face with nature
Ylva and her dad are out walking to their summer house down by the sea. But they are not the only ones on the steep mountainside. The wild goat, Blackbeard, and his flock also call the area home. The sea eagles do, too.
New dorm, new streets, new school, new class. Everything is new for Susan when she moves to the city this autumn to attend the dance programme at college. Independent Susan, free from nagging parents, done with all the old stuff. She’s only going to dance, dance, dance. Deer leap. Arabesque. Thousands of pirouettes. A new life.
Keeperen og havet
Published by Samlaget 2017
‘Who normally plays in goal?’
My jaw dropped. How could he possibly not know? Everybody in the area knew that Lena was the goalie in the boys’ team. She stepped into the circle wearing her goalkeeper’s gloves and looked up defiantly at the man in the black tracksuit.
‘Is that it?’
The arrival of a new football coach means dark clouds are looming over twelve-year-old Lena Lid’s goalkeeping career. In the house next door, Trille is wondering how to impress the ladies. Meanwhile, as ever, Grandpa is out at sea, looking for the biggest catch of all time and trying not to worry about getting old.
Ti utrulege oppfinningar
Published by Samlaget, 2020
Inventions that changed the world
What do the atomic bomb, the pill and the like button have in common? That’s right, they all changed the world around them. Just like the lightbulb, the clay pot cooler, antibiotics, the dishwasher, autotune, protheses and the bulletproof material Kevlar.
Through these stories we are given insights into how inventions are made, how ideas come to be and how these inventions can affect our lives.
Jakob og Neikob – Stormen
Published by Samlaget, 2019
Yesper and Noper are in climate trouble
The two best friends, Yesper and Noper are out pruning their garden when Screwloose zooms past on her way to the factory.
“Can you really build anything imaginable there?” ask Yesper and Noper.
“Anything at all in the blink of an eye!” replies Screwloose.
10 ville ekspedisjonar
Published by Samlaget, 2018
Neil Armstrong was the first man on the moon. Ellen MacArthur sailed across stormy, rocky seas the whole world over – all by herself. And no-one has ever been as far beneath the earth’s surface like Gennadij Samokhin. What drives a person to travel to where no man has ever been before? What makes them climb higher, dive deeper, and blaze a trail into a world that is often cold, wet and dangerous, without ever knowing whether they will make it back?More…
Published by Samlaget 2020
A collection of the popular Bud novels
Tor Arve Røssland’s children’s books about Bud are very popular and have become modern classics in the genre. This fantastic collection is being published to celebrate Røssland’s 20th anniversary as an author. Inside you can read Bud’s first novels: Young Bud, Bud Loses his Footing, Bud Gets a Runny Nose and Anti-Bud. The collection even includes two new Bud tales to boot.
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…