written by Sara Berg & Karin Frimodig and illustrated by Sanna Borell
The friends in Dinosaur Land try to catch stars strewn across the sky. But what happens why the sky gets empty? A magical world where dinosaurs collect stars, which portrays conflict resolution and encourages diplomacy.
The new football season is off to a good start. Nilla is starting a nine-against-nine game instead of a seven-against-seven. The team is also getting a new coach who has something completely different in store, and Nilla’s love for football is tested. The new player, Evin, who intrigues Nilla, also confuses her. How will she tackle these unexpected setbacks?
Zozo wakes up in the middle of the night and explores the house. And Zozo can’t resist playing with the crayons… until Zozo is found by one of their dads. A charming series about being independent and inquisitive from the child’s perspective.
Rakel’s friends are the best at keeping secrets. Yet, she can’t tell them everything. Nour lives in Västervik with her new family and Rakel and Tove remained in Stockholm. All the best places are there – the graveyard and the place for guitar lessons. And home is good too, of course, even if they don’t even have a hamster. Just tired fishes in a tank. And a secret, that weighs several tons.
written by Jennifer Wegerup & illustrated by Jenny Karlsson
Straightforwardly explained by journalist and football-expert Jennifer Wegerup, this book will not leave a stone unturned when it comes to football, going into the basics and details that might at first seem daunting and difficult. The first book in the new series OLIKA Facts, a concept that will look into different subjects, told in a fun and straightforward way, to be enjoyed by both children and adults.
written by Murray Brodin & illustrated by Bettina Johansson
Just like in the previous titles Hamsa and Alvdis explore feelings – this time they witness someone’s older brother being scared and ask questions of what can cause fear. An important series that presents emotions from the point of view of children. Soon: WHY IS THE SISTER FIGHTING?
written by Johanna Ivarsson, Karin Salmson, Emil Åkerö & illustrated by Maija Hurme
Children think big thoughts and ask big questions. The mutual aspect of the many holidays in a year, both religious and cultural ones, is to give an opportunity to think together. An inclusive handbook that reminds us about the mutuality in our holidays and what it means to be human!
‘A perfect day for a family-outgoing!!!’ It says on a note that someone has blown-off into space. The curious space creatures ask themselves what a family is and decide the go in search of one. A fun story that introduces various forms of families and the variations that make up a family today.
Feel, play, search. Look, smell, poke. Many, round, long. High, low, narrow. Hi doggy, wet muzzle. The first title in ‘Playing by yourself’ series about exploring. A small child discovers the playground and meets with a dog.