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Emma Karinsdotter

Emma Karinsdotter (b. 1985) grew up in picturesque Ronneby, the city known as the heart of “The Garden of Sweden.” Before debuting as a children’s books author, Karinsdotter worked in the book and music industry as a project manager, and concert organizer. Her debut work, Lisbet and the Samba King, made a major splash on the children’s fiction scene when it was published in 2017. Zany, exuberant and thought-provoking, it celebrates children and their diversity. The Isle of a Thousand Stars is Karinsdotter’s second work: a breathtaking tale of magic, adventure, and finding a way of moving on. A modern-day Astrid Lindgren, Karinsdotter’s authorship has already found a home in the hearts of the new generation.

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New Author - Emma Karinsdotter

Emma Karinsdotter (b. 1985) grew up in picturesque Ronneby, the city known as the heart of “The Garden of Sweden.” Before debuting as a children’s books author, Karinsdotter worked in the book and music industry as a project manager, and concert organizer. The Isle of a Thousand Stars is Karinsdotter’s second work: a breathtaking tale of magic, adventure, and finding a way of moving on. A modern-day Astrid Lindgren, Karinsdotter’s authorship has already found a home in the hearts of the new generation.