I don’t know about you, but summer always makes me want to go for the scary stuff. This year, these three books will definitely be in my TBR-pile. Maybe they’ll be in yours too?
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.
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.
It’s the middle of August and school is starting again. A time for new beginnings, new environments and new people.
Summer season has finally reached the north. Before the editors of Nubb are going on vacation, we want to share some recommendations of Nordic young adult novels you should read this summer.
Back in May, Line attended one of the biggest literary festivals in the Nordic countries, Norsk Litteraturfestival – Sigrid Undset dagene. In this first recap Line writes about a panel debating the label young adult and three Norwegian author’s talking about why they write YA.
Students from all over Norway has ready every Norwegian YA book published in 2015. Today at Lillehammer literature festival the jury announced the winner
Hvilke nye bøger skal I læse? Præcis. Det er et svært spørgsmål. Hele året bliver der udgivet bøger og det er svært at holde styr på alle de lækre nyheder. Vi har derfor lavet denne liste til jer over nogle af de danske udgivelser dette efterår.
I 1998 ble ungdomsromanen Kjort kjol av Christina Wahldén utgitt i Sverige. Det er en sterk historie om en 16 år gammel jente som blir voldtatt av to klassekamerater.