One day the sun is shining and the skies are blue, next morning it’s foggy, a sour wind blowing and wet snow is falling from the skies. That’s Norwegian spring for you. Luckily the Norwegian spring releases features books that is suitable for any kind of surprises the weather gods have in store for us:
Today we proudly present to you a guest blog written by the Icelandic author Arnar Már Arngrímsson. Arngrímsson won the Nordic Council Prize in November 2016 for his debut novel Sölvasaga unglings.
2016 has come to an end and it is time to talk about our favorites of the year. NUBB’s editorial staff has spoken, here are our best reads of 2016: Anna: Ravnenes hvisken by Malene Sølvsten Ravnenes hvisken is a Danish fantasy novel about Anne, a girl who has moved from place to place in Nordjylland, from…
We have asked some of our bloging friends to share their Nordic favorites of 2016. Today we have three Norwegian bloggers who shares their favorite reads with us. Perhaps you’re in need of tips on what to read next or looking for a Christmas present? Look no further, here are books ready for wraping and…
In some of the Nordic countries the first snow of the winter season has fallen, still that does not mean that the book fall is over just yet. Not at all, that is why we present to you
13 books were nominated to the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize this year. The Icelandic author Arnar Már Arngrímsson won the award for his young adult novel Sölvasaga unglings.
Autumn is just around the corner and for book lovers everywhere “tis the season to be jolly..”. We got a great bunch of Norwegian books for you to check out! Take Henrik Ibsen as an example. Ibsen is a devil when it comes to close combat, he lives in Norway-Sweden
Her debut, the fantasy novel, Koparborgin has been nominated to no less than four awards. Today Ragnhildur Hólmgeirsdóttir gives us an introduction to the history of young adult literature on Icelandic YA as well as sharing some of her personal favorites.
Ally cannot remember what just went down. She wakes up in the forest, and her memory is gone along with three of her best friends. A perfect blend of horror, romance
Students from all over Norway has ready every Norwegian YA book published in 2015. Today at Lillehammer literature festival the jury announced the winner