In May, the nature is starting to wake up after winter: birds are singing, there’s buds on trees, grass is growing. Because everything is going greener and greener we decided to make a green theme for May and make a collage of Nordic YA books published in Finland which have green covers.
Kaarnan kätkössä by Sini Helminen is a book about finding yourself by finding out where you come from. This book is the first part of the new series called Väkiveriset.
It is time to check out the Swedish YA releases this spring! Debut novels, sequels, anticipated returns and even a cookbook! There are many of them and aren’t they gorgeous? Even though the spring feelings have abandoned us for the April snow – yes, it happened – we know what we will do the forthcoming…
Three Finnish books chosen by Päivi Heikkilä-Halttunen with current subjects!
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…
Two different worlds and first love. Et kävele yksin by Juuli Niemi is one of the nominees for Finland’s Finlandia Junior award.
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
It’s hard to find your own identity and even harder to get others to approve who you really are. Kesän jälkeen kaikki on toisin by Siri Kolu is one of the nominees for Finland’s Finlandia Junior award.
Here are the three books from Finnish author Tiina Lehtineva which have somehow affected on her own writing career.
We’ve got debutants. We’ve got well known authors returning. We’ve got authors who try new genres and try to reach new audiences. We’ve got urban fantasy, we’ve got thrillers,we’ve got relationship dramas. In short, there’s plenty to read as autumn arrives.