Berit Åberg has been a journalist for most of her working life and has written much about children’s literature and other cultural subjects. Olle Moves House is her third children’s book. She presently works as an editor of books for adults.
Lisen Adbåge (born in 1982) is a freelance illustrator and cartoonist. The ability to draw is Lisen’s particular superpower. The first book she produced entirely on her own came out when she was just 18 years old! She then went on to attend the School of Cartoon Drawing in Hofors, and has illustrate…
Gull Åkerblom was born 1943 in Ulricehamn however see now lives in Österlen. She used to work as a librarian but now considers herself as fulltime writer. She started writing when she was 49 and has kept going since she made her debut with the Fantasy novel Johannesnatten.
Rasmus Åkerblom is a journalist, TV anchor and producer. He has hosted various shows about science for Swedish national radio and TV.Sub-reality is his first science book for young readers.
Jenny Alm Dahlgren
Jenny Alm Dahlgren (b. 1980) hails from Karlstad but moved to Gothenburg for her studies and now lives in Uddevalla together with her husband, three children, one cat and four rabbits. She is a part-time doctor and devotes one day a week to her writing. She likes to split her free time between famil…
Johan Anderblad has been the host for the Swedish kid’s show Bolibompa since 1990. He’s a journalist and has worked with both radio and television productions for all ages. Moreover, Johan likes uphills in the forest. He is always accompanied by the minidog Molly, a bichon havanais, who loves to run…
Åsa Asptjärn makes us laugh out loud! Everyone who has read, loved and grown up with Adrian Mole will be happy to find a new friend in Emanuel Kent. And those readers who have grown out of Greg in Diary of a Wimpy Kid can now read about yet another anti-hero but this time about a teenager with spots…
Peter Barlach, born in 1968, lives with his wife and children outside Stockholm. He made his debut as an author in the spring of 2007 with Inte bara tennis, a story of a boy who loses his mother in a car accident. Before that he has written several plays, including scripts for Stockholm’s Stadsteate…