Do children have a natural sense of justice and democracy? What happens in that case when we get older? A conversation between the authors Pija Lindenbaum, Maria Jönsson and Henry Ascher. Moderator: Erik Titusson.
What happens when you see a reflection of yourself in literature? And what happens when you never get to recognise yourself? A conversation between the authors Emily Joof, Daniel Paris and Elin Johansson. Moderator: Assia Dahir.
The three authors Jenny Jägerfeld, Bengt Ohlsson and Ulrika Lidbo are not afraid to be deeply serious in their realistic stories for middle-grade readers. Moderator: Ebba Kleberg von Sydow, journalist.
It’s not easy to be a young girl, whether in a high school hallway or on social media where narrow norms, comparison anxiety, harassment and structural injustice are everyday fare. A discussion about high school girls’ vulnerability and the power of a girl collective.
It is now over 75 years since Pippi Longstocking first expanded the norms for what a girl gets to be. A conversation about complex girl heroes and about the traces of the world’s strongest girl in today’s children’s literature.
The world today is riddled with disturbances, whether it be a pandemic, climate change or war. How are children affected by growing up in a restless time, and how do you talk with them about complex subjects? Can books be a help?
In the sumptuously illustrated book Dragons, Johan Egerkrans takes us on an in-depth journey from west to east in search of one of mythology’s most exciting creatures. Why is mythology so enticing, and where does he find his inspiration?
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