Best friends on summer holidays = speed, excitement and humor!
Milla and Filla are best friends. They spend every day together. And when Filla finally gets to go with Milla to their summer cottage, they know it's going to be a super summer! Things start to look even better when they hear there's a treasure on the island. Milla decides they must find the treasure. But then along comes Otto, who claims to own everything on the island – even the treasure, if they happen to find it! That's when Milla makes a plan.
Milla hunts for gold by Selma Lønning Aarø and Tiril Valeur is a loose followup to their charming, popular story Milla decides.
Selma Lønning Aarø (1972–) originates from Stord on the west coast of Norway. Her debut was the novel The Final Story (Den endelige fortellingen) in 1995, a novel that she won the Cappelen Damm Prize for best debut for.
Selma Lønning Aarø has since written a number books within different genres, both adult and childrens fiction. She has been the editor of SIGNALER, Cappelen Damms anthology of new writing, together with Nils-Øyvind Haagensen, and for years she was a columnist in newspapers like Dagbladet and Klassekampen, well known for her self ironic and dark sense of humour.
Her big breakthrough in Norway came with the novel Do you want another ride? (Vil ni åka mera?) in 2003, a novel that brought her a nomination for the Brage Prize. Her novel I´m coming (Jeg kommer snart) (2013) has been published in Spain, Canada, Germany and Turkey.
Her latest novel is Her Lying Face (Hennes løgnaktige ytre, 2016), where she explores the life of writer Anna Munch and her troublesome obsession for Knut Hamsun.