Pia Hagmar was born in 1961. She rides almost everyday and is the author of a series of popular books for children and young people, including Klara, the series about horses (published elsewhere).
Ann Caroline Håkans works as a teacher for children from 7 to 14, and is also a librarian. The Swimming Baths Crisis is her first novel. It tells a story about how to overcome your fears and believe in yourself.
Lin Hallberg, born 1956, is one of Sweden’s foremost writers of horse books. She got her first horse when she was 12, and has been hooked since then. Currently she is running a stables where she is breeding shetland ponies.
Isabelle Halvarsson – author and literature pedagogue with a very special feeling for animals, has written this easy-to-read story told from the perspective of the puppy Puzzle.
Jens Hansegård (b.1972) lives in Stockholm and works as a finance journalist and author. Since the late 1990’s he has been writing scripts for numerous comic series, including Fantomen, Bamse och various Disney series.He is also the author of the children’s nonfiction series Easy-to-read facts which…
Alex Haridi was nineteen when he applied for the job as a translator of TV scripts. He was hired instead as a scriptwriter. There have been many TV series since then as well as films and radio dramas. Alex is a workaholic with an obsession for baking whenever he has to reach a deadline.
Cecilia Heikkilä is a graphic designer and illustrator, working mostly with children’s books. She grew up in Dalarna and is the acclaimed author and illustrator of The Christmas Jumper and Badger’s Journey.
Åsa Hellberg describes herself as “between 25 and 85 years old depending on the mood of the day.” She grew up in Fjällbacka, where part of her new series is set, and today lives in Stockholm. Her debut Casanovas kvinna, was published in 2009, and she has since published the bestselling trilogy about…