Now this is a great children’s book collaboration, two of my favorite Swedish illustrators/authors Klara Persson (this time author) and Karin Cyrén (illustrator) has made Sören, Sören, Sören. A book about three brothers all called Sören. Confusing when everyone comes when you call their name.. Published at Urax.
“Det fanns tre brorsor. Den första hette Sören. Den andra hette Sören. Och den tredje hette Sören. Men vad snurrigt det blir när alla tre kommer samtidigt när man ropar. Eller när de svarar i varandras telefoner! Hur ska man hålla reda på vem som är vem? En sprallig ordlekshistoria om namnet Sören, och om hur fel det kan bli när Sören Kassören bara kan räkna till tolv och Sören Dansören helt saknar balans.”
I like this new book “Idag vet jag inte vem jag är” by talented debutante Ida Sundin Asp, published by Urax.
Everything a beginner needs to know. The new book “Tälj!” (written in Swedish) by Hannes Dahlrot and Henrik Francke about how to whittle, get me going. I want to make myself a precious bowl, hook or maybe a hand-carved wooden spoon à la Ariele Alasko.
Swedish genius artist Cilla Ramnek’s new book is called “En bok om att göra” (A book about making). Like everything Cilla lay her hands on the book is patterned, unpredictable and liberating creative.
I got a new book, a nice one by talented Merrilee Liddiard Playful: Fun Projects to Make With + For Kids
Mer Mag blog.
How to find the right words, sometimes it can be hard to explain how much you care about someone.
“Orden var är ni?” is a just released (by publisher Urax) book written and illustrated by one of my favorite Swedish illustrators Klara Persson. Peep in other books illustrated by Klara here, here and here.
If you would you like to win your own copy of this treasure, just leave a comment in this post before 10 May, 2015. Two of you will be lucky!
UPDATE Congratulation Anna and Mieke, you won Klara’s book :) Thank you everyone who commented!
“Sprattelkille” by Per Ekholm and Gisela Frisén, illustration by students of Lärarhögskolans övningsskola, Stockholm. 1962.
The ingenious illustrator Henning Trollbäck has made a bunch of awesome E-book covers for publisher Bonniers which digitizes Swedish book classics. Love them all!
Don’t miss Henning’s Four season prints which he made for Fine Little Day, nor his feature in the Fine Little Day book.
Great news, look what we have in the shop.
The award-winning book about Molly and Sus, by Klara Persson!