Kaia Linnea Dahle Nyhus

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Norwegian title: Sjokoladeskurken
Binding: Innbundet
Year: 2019
Pages: 48
Illustrator: Nyhus, Kaia Linnea Dahle
Publisher: Cappelen Damm
Språk: Bokmål
ISBN/EAN: 9788202637170
Kategori: Children's Booksn
Age: 6 - 9
Overview Sjokoladeskurken
There's chocolate in the bedside drawer – stolen chocolate! It's not easy for a chocolate thief to sleep at night. Imagine if someone saw what you were doing?

When there's a sudden knock on the window one night, our young hero is lured out into the darkness and ends up in the middle of what turns out to be a thiefs' gathering, where the scariest and strangest thiefs meet up – those who have done far worse things than stealing chocolate. But what is it they want with a simple chocolate thief?

The Chocolate Thief is a new picture book from Kaia Dahle Nyhus about having a secret, and then getting even more.

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Reviews from Sjokoladeskurken

Deilig, skummel, skremmende 03.10.2019

«Kaia Dahle Nyhus bryter velkjente mønster på høyst overraskende vis. Ingen moralsk pekefinger, ingen happy end. Rett og slett en åpen avslutning som får oss til å undres.

Men så er det illustrasjonene. Eksplosiv koloritt, non-figurative skikkelser, gøyale, skummelt-sjarmerende effekter i ansiktsuttrykk og gester. Jeg tror leserne vil fryde seg.»
Finn Stenstad, Tønsberg Blad

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Author Kaia Linnea Dahle Nyhus

Kaia Linnea Dahle Nyhus (1990–) studied visual communication at the National Academy of Arts in Oslo, and also studied illustration at the Luzern College in Switzerland.
She has illustrated several of Gro Dahles books, and was awarded the Ministry of Cultures Illustration Prize in 2011 for the book Hope, said Goose. The War, from 2013 was nominated to the Norwegian Critics Prize and The Nordic Councils Children’s literature prize. In 2014 she made her own debut with the book Do you want to hear a secret, that she received the NBU Debutant Prize for.

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