Everywhere in the world there are couples in love. In Bløygen it was Bidger and Esmiluni. They where sometimes so in love that the outdoors lighting would blink.
Bløygen is a small place with a total of thirteen residents, a lamppost and a rose bed, a municipal board and a mixed choir. When the world championship in cosy chit chat and romance, the municipal board decides to sign up Bidger and Esmiluni, using the last of the money in the municipality budget to make the small town famous. But in Bløygen we also found the resident Bjørn Disel. He had one great dream in his life: That he would be Esmilunis boyfriend.
Rune Belsvik was awarded the Brage Prize in 2000 for the best novel for young readers, and holds a wide and treasured authorship. Here he has conjured a wonderful story for children and adults about the magic and challenges of love, and what can happen when love is put on display.
Rune Belsvik (1956–) is a versatile, highly valued and popular writer of a long line of books for children, youth and adults. He has won numerous awards. He has also created the Dustefjerten (Foolfart) books, which have earned him the Ministry of Cultural Affairs literary award (1994) and the Critics' award (1996).
Translations Kråkejakt (The Crow Hunting), 1990. Sold to Sweden.