Middle-Grade Highlights

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Me & Milla

Anne Sofie Hammer, Sofie Lind Mesterton

It’s the first day back at school in Year 6 and a new girl enters the class room. She has wild curly hair and an overbite, and then she is called Milla. She is asked to sit in the empty seat next to Milla. And from then on funny things st...

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Silver Bloom

Cecilie Eken

Jonas and his best friend, Simon, have a secret den in the big, overgrown garden on the other side of the woods. One day, Jonas spots the owner, an elderly lady, being taken away in an ambulance and she doesn’t return. Her house with the ...

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Night Bloom

Cecilie Eken

Mia has moved to a new town with her mother, her little brother and her stepdad. She has a new house and a new school and she hates it all and just wants to go back to her old life, where her dad and the dog, Matti, were a part of her daily...

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Holly - Whispering Games, Bombs and a Costly Misunderstanding

Sophie Souid, Pernille Bønløkke Toustrup

Holly can’t hear well and her mother drags her along to the ear doctor. Soon Holly has to live with a neon green hearing aid which is hard to hide to her classmates. It is also impossible to regulate the apparatus, so Holly’s diy-capabl...

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Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tales

Ida Rørholm Davidsen

Ida Rørholm Davidsen has always dreamed of illustrating Hans Christian Andersen's fairry tales and when a commission request from China landed on her desk, she could not resist it. Babel-Bridge handles the portfolio in the other markets to...

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The Gemini Curse II

Kim Ace

Rasmus and Xander have returned to their normal lives and are trying to put Erytnevia behind them. But someone or something is sending cryptic messages to them. Perhaps Atamai needs their help? The boys decide to travel back, but in the par...

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Jamie Penguin Builds a Dog named Arno

Rasmus Bregnhøi, Sabine Lemire

Jamie Penguin loves to build things, but he is not too fond of school. It can be quite difficult for a small penguin to sit still and listen for too long in one sitting. Jamie often gets into trouble, both with his teacher for his lack of f...

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Hans Christian Andersen - a life of ups and downs and a lot of adventure

Kim Fupz Aakeson, Signe Kjær

Hans Christian Andersen was a master storyteller! We all know the fairy tales about the Ugly Duckling, the Emperor's New Clothers and Clumsy Hans. But did you know that Hans Christian Andersen actually wanted to be an actor? Or that he had ...

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The Children's Bible: the Book of Books for Children

Kim Fupz Aakeson, Signe Kjær

The Bible is a cornucopia of unforgettable stories and regardless of whether we believe them or not, they remain an important point of reference for us to this day. There are stories of brothers who cannot get on. There are stories of kings...

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A Monster Idea

Thomas Brunstrøm, Sophie Souid

The twins, Hans and Grete (no, not the ones from the fairy tale), are going to be home alone while their parents are on holiday. They are going to watch a lot of Netflix and be on YouTube, buy pizzas and do precisely what they feel like doi...

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Münchhausen: the Baron's (almost) true tales

Tore Leifer, Anja Gram

In this new book about Baron von Münchausen's stories, he has been given a bunch of grandchildren (in reality he was childless) and is telling them stories in front of the fireplace. Thus the scene is set for children and childish souls to...

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Mermaids

Stine Bødker, Emil Landgreen

Mermaids are the most stunning creatures imaginable. Beautiful and otherworldly with mesmerizing voices. Strong, independent and sometimes dangerous. But who are they really? Are they nature spirits? Fable animals? Goddesses? Or just secret...

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Frantz goes to a House Party (9)

Katrine Marie Guldager

Frantz is going to his first house party at Charlotte’s place. He is looking forward to it, but his friend, Karl, thinks that this party is for babies. And he repeats this comment so many times that he almost ruins the party. Especially f...

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