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…
Comfortably tucked between Sweden and Finland, Åland sits as the crown jewel of the Baltic Sea. From here, Katja runs the blog Bokhuset, focusing mainly on YA and children’s literature and more often than not from independent publishers. We asked her for her top three Swedish books from 2016.
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.
“It’s not easy being green”, as sung by the one and only Kermit the Frog. Apparently this is also true when it comes to book covers as the colour green is rarely used on covers, at least in Sweden. According to some, green books
Three great young adult novels. Thirteen different ways to grow up. That is how today’s guest blogger Norwegian librarian Bjørn Veen introduces his top three list. Read on and discover potential new favorite reads.
Kulturjournalist Anne Wuolab deler tre av sine favoritter fra det samiske språkområdet.
Den danske blogger Sabrina har sendt os hendes tre favoritter i blandt de nordiske ungdomsbøger. Hos Sabrina er det ikke kun de nyeste udgivelser der fylder hos hende, men der er også plads til en rigtig nordisk klassiker; Astrid Lindgren.
Når eg skal lage topplister, enten det er innanfor litteratur, film eller musikk, så er eg tydeleg på at dette er MI liste.
Den danske bogblogger Nena Skov giver dig tre af hendes favoritter blandt nordisk ungdomslitteratur, der med deres forskellige temaer har ramt hende på hver deres måde
Den svenske forfatteren Johanna Lindbäck, kjent for blant annet ungdomsromanene Välkommen hem og Som om jag frågat