Bo Söderström

Agent

Per Widell

Literary Agent | Illustrated Non-Fiction & Co-editions

Agent

Per Widell

Literary Agent | Illustrated Non-Fiction & Co-editions

Agent

Per Widell

Literary Agent | Illustrated Non-Fiction & Co-editions

Bo Söderström

BO SÖDERSTRÖM is a docent in biology and works as editor in chief of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. He was born in 1967 and has been fascinated with animals from a young age, and he currently has three cats; two burmese and one crossbreed. He has previously written the book ‘Swedish butterflies – a field guide’ from 2006, and ‘What your cat is thinking’ from 2016. In his book ‘What your dog is thinking’ from 2017 he focuses on man’s best friend, presenting the latest and most interesting research about dogs in a comprehensible way.

Books by Bo Söderström

Nordic butterflies

Bo Söderström

Nordic Butterflies is a comprehensive field guide to all the species of butterflies in the Nordic countries. This new edition contains comprehensive descriptions over all the 152 species of butterflies and burnet moths. There are over 600 pedagogical…

Swedish title: Nordens fjärilar

Category: Illustrated Non-Fiction

Pub date: 14-05-2019

Format: 140x210 mm, 272 pages

Understanding Your Dog

Bo Söderström

Do dogs react more negatively towards people that aren’t nice to their owners? How much of a wolf ’s and a dog’s behaviour is innate? Are there dogs that are right-pawed or left­pawed? How can I train my dog by myself? And is it really true that Alsa…

Swedish title: Hur tänker din hund?

Category: Illustrated Non-Fiction

Pub date: 05-06-2017

Format: 170x235mm 248 pages

Understanding Your Cat

Bo Söderström

When did wild cats become domesticated? Where are the right spots for petting your cat? How can you prevent your cat from clawing your furniture? This book answers these questions and many more besides. Unlike other books about feline behaviour, this…

Swedish title: Hur tänker din katt?

Category: Illustrated Non-Fiction

Pub date: 05-04-2016

Format: 170 x 235 mm, 208 pages