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Nina Ivarsson

Nina Ivarsson: Risulven Risulven. Novel, Rabén & Sjögren, 2017.

Karen Anne Buljo

Karen Anne Buljo: Šiellaspeajal. Poetry collection, Davvi Girji, 2017.

Kristin Roskifte

Kristin Roskifte: Alle sammen teller. Picture book, Magikon, 2018.

Eli Hovdenak

Eli Hovdenak: Det var ikke en busk. Picture book, Ena, 2018.

Sigrún Eldjárn

Sigrún Eldjárn: Silfurlykillinn. Novel, Forlagið / Mál og Menning, 2018.

Marika Maijala

Marika Maijala: Ruusun matka. Picture book, Etana Editions, 2018.

Jakob Martin Strid

Jakob Martin Strid: Da Mumbo Jumbo blev kæmpestor. Picture book/comic book, Gyldendal, 2018.

Cecilie Eken

Cecilie Eken: Styrke. Karanagalaksen. Log I. Novel, Høst & Søn, 2018.

Børne og ungdomslitteraturpris
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Børne og ungdomslitteraturpris
far læser for datter
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Nordisk Råds børne- og ungdomslitteraturpris 2019
Far læser for sin datter
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Nordisk Råds børne- og ungdomslitteraturpris 2019
Rakel Helmsdal &  Kathrina Skarðsá (ill.)
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Rakel Helmsdal & Kathrina Skarðsá (ill.)
Camilla Sommer & Pernille Kreutzmann (ill.)
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Camilla Sommer & Pernille Kreutzmann (ill.)
Ann-Christin Waller & Anni Wikberg (ill.)
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Ann-Christin Waller & Anni Wikberg (ill.)
Karen Anne Buljo
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Karen Anne Buljo
Lena Ollmark & Per Gustavsson (ill.)
Children and Young People’s Literature Prize
Lena Ollmark & Per Gustavsson (ill.)
08.08.19
De nominerade till Nordiska rådets barn- och ungdomslitteraturpris 2018
02.04.19
14 nominees for The Nordic Council Children & Youth Literature Prize 2019!
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About the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize

Awarded since 2013, the Nordic Council Children and Young People’s Literature Prize goes to a work of fiction in one of the Nordic languages – poetry, prose or drama – that meets high literary and artistic standards.