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Book review: the Superhero Lisa lifts through the images

the Library is a well-represented place in children's literature. In the PAX series by Ingela Korsell, Åsa Larsson and Henrik Jonsson is a symbol of knowledge

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Book review: the Superhero Lisa lifts through the images

the Library is a well-represented place in children's literature. In the PAX series by Ingela Korsell, Åsa Larsson and Henrik Jonsson is a symbol of knowledge and power, which means that its content must be protected from the evil, shady forces.

But the library is also often a place of refuge, internal as well as external. The high shelves are a practical hiding place for the person who is being chased by malicious detractors. Its content can accommodate on the other hand, opportunities for literary escapism, and escapism, but also clues to the unexplained mysteries and invaluable knowledge on how to fight the ghouls and svartalver. Hermione Granger, Harry Potter's intellectual sidekick, the neglected siblings Baudelaire, the brothers Viggo and Alrik in the PAX series and nine-year-old Frank in his Strandbergs barnboksdebut ”the Monster in the night” (2016) is just a few characters who seek out the library in order to understand themselves and others better.

Lisa in fights.

that on their own accord sought this literary gathering place to find out why he is dreaming that he is a shaggy, fluffy werewolf that's running around in the woods at night, chased Lisa in the popular barnboksserien ”Handbook of super-heroes” out of security among the books of a shitty trio that made vardagsrutin to tease her.

Well in the library, she finds no comforting book, the find, rather, her, by providing a red, enticing glow from its place at the bottom in the dark of the hallway. The handbook has selected her, and nothing shall longer be the same.

It started with a desire to create literature of a genuine problem präglarna many schoolchildren's lives in less than two years has grown into the pop phenomenon who sold more than 300 000 copies in Sweden. The fourth part, ”the Wolf will”, was last year's best-selling children's book, despite the fact that it was released in december.

In the book series, which also adapterats to role-playing and a planned feature film, combines the literary Elias Våhlund and Agnes Våhlund a classic plot where the main character (in the blurb to the first book called ”a little girl”) stands up, and strikes back with a crisp, clear imagery of the international average.

the Choice, to place a grundkonflikt based on the recognition that in a tantalizing, visual world where everything seems possible and even the smallest residents can bura into villains and become heroes of the city, is a great reason to kill populartiet.

self-taught illustrator, as well with japanese manga as american popular culture. Pictures floating out over the pages rather than be subsumed in the conventional strips and gives a movement to the restrained, often to tighten the text. A similar movement is in the time-consuming bildarbetet, where the sequence is added to the sequence in one and the same picture, for example, to portray to Lisa, who develops an intense superhero training on your own, actually flying and not just hovering in the air.

"detailed bildarbetet makes the books fly as easily as Lisa"

in Parallel underlines Agnes Våhlund its ability to refine by, for example, allow children to wear school uniform – and thus to underline all the children's equal value, in a story that revolves around everyday issues such as bullying, power, companionship and loneliness.

It is mainly the massive and detailed bildarbetet that makes the books fly as easily as Lisa, once she learned to master some of the 101 superhero abilities that are listed in the manual. Nevertheless, it is not possible to get away from the impression that the high pictorial ambitions in mainly the first and the second part toned down in the two subsequent, possibly due to the high publishing rate.

but appear sometimes woody and even stolpig. However, it does anchor the and small eventually insightful to renegotiate the relationship between Lisa and her three antagonists, as to point out that no man is just a thing. There are more roles than to tease, or be teased.

Everyone can change, everyone should.

Read also the book review: Mårten Melins ”Isdrottningen” – when fantasy steps into everyday life

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