Trans. Boris Persson, Bonnier Carlsen (from 3 years)
the Classic from 1963 in the new edition, and it is still as ingenious. Max takes on his vargdräkt one night and becomes so troublesome that his mother calls him vilding. Then he travels to vildingarna.Photo: Alfabeta 2. Isol – the ”How will it go for Toribio?”
Trans. Dag Hernried, Alfabeta (from 3 years)
a Lot of humour in the picture book about parents who are so tired of Toribio't want to sleep at night, eat properly and go on the potty. But the wife Meridien explains to be able to solve the problems.Photo: Lilla Piratförlaget 3. Peter Elliott (text), Kitty Crowther (picture) – ”Farwest”
Trans. Malte Persson, Lilla Piratförlaget (from 3 years)
Funny vildavästernbilderbok that emanates from the lyrics. Modern, groovy cowboyberättelse with colorful images of Almapristagaren Kitty Crowther.Photo: Like books 4. Shivaun Plozza – ”Your heart is mine”
Trans. Anna Thuresson, Like books (young adults)
Strong story with a breakneck sense of humor about Marlowe living with a transplanted heart, a militant veganmamma and with a neighbor that is a complicated but interesting slaktarson.Photo: Lilla Piratförlaget 5. Emma AdBåge – ”the Castle”
the Story of a boy who must go to a party and give away a gift, a castle, whereupon he discovers that he would prefer to keep it to yourself. Psychologically credible imagery of last year's Augustpristagare.
the Chart is compiled by the dagens nyheter's critic Steven Ekholm, Martin Hellström, Pia Huss, Emma Holm, Lotta Olsson, Ulla Rhedin, Alexandra Sundqvist and Lydia Wistisen.