Ann-Helén Laestadius

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Ann-Helén Laestadius (1971) is an author and journalist from Kiruna, Sweden. She is Sami and of Tornedalian descent, two of Sweden’s national minorities. Ann-Helén lives with her family in Solna outside of Stockholm.

Laestadius made her debut as a young adult author in 2007 and has written seven YA novels and two children’s books thus far. In 2016 she was awarded the prestigious August Prize for Best Young Adult and Children’s Novel for Ten Past One, for which she was also awarded Norrland’s Literature Prize.

In her books, Laestadius always returns to her roots in Kiruna and Norrbotten. She often writes about identity, language, belonging to different cultures, and the importance of family.

In January 2021, Romanus & Selling published Ann-Helén Laestadius’ first adult novel: Stolen. It has quickly become a favorite among both readers and critics, and it is a national bestseller. Stolen has been sold to fifteen territories around the world.

In September 2021, Laestadius won the Book of the Year Award for Stolen. (bron Ahlander agency)

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    Ann-Helén Laestadius (Zweden)
    vertaald uit het Zweeds door: Angélique de Kroon
    Cargo, januari 2022
    genre: roman
    ISBN13: 978-94-03-15151-9ISBN: 9789403151519
    oorspr. titel: Stöld, 2021

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