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Visiting author: Andrev Walden

Andrev Walden's August award-winning debut novel Damn men is a wild story about growing up in the rubble of the 68 movement, about mothers who stand under the kitchen hood and say damn men, about how [...]
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Book tips for parental leave

We recommend books for adults and children - everything from hard-hitting adult novels to charming children's books. If you have your own book recommendations, please share them! We offer coffee [...]
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Fun Tuesday

Every Tuesday we have a read-aloud in the library. Come and join us in the magical world of picture books. On the last Tuesday in January, February and March, something extra fun happens, it [...]
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Baby disco

Come and dance away with us! Everyday life can feel gray and colourless, but not inside the Storyboard! Come with your baby and swing around, swing around - sounds, lights and [...]
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Reading for the faint of heart

Shared reading - shared reading for those who experience brain fatigue Do you feel unfocused and too tired to read an entire book? Do you feel that you have difficulty [...]
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Language cafe

For those of you who want to practice your Swedish, or help someone speak better Swedish.
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Kafka, coffee and cake

Reading aloud for adults in pleasant ways. We read our favorite texts, and if you want to read your own short text for a small group, you are welcome to try it. We offer [...]
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Baby song

Come and meet other babies and their adults as we sing, rhyme and rhyme together. For children up to 1 year. Free entry, no pre-registration required.
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Karin Alfredsson

Karin Alfredsson is a journalist and fiction writer, mainly in the detective genre. She is also behind a series of relationship novels about forbidden love that take place in the Pentecostal-dominated village of Granträskåsen in Västerbotten [...]
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Author visit: Niklas Kämpargård

In an increasingly troubled world, there is a growing interest in coping if a crisis situation arises. The writer and photographer Niklas Kämpargård has written the book that is currently topping the sales lists - The Crisis Handbook. [...]
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Andrzej Tichý: Author visit

Award-winning and noted author Andrzej Tichý is currently working on a new novel – The Story of Events. A dizzying mosaic novel about power, powerlessness and the power of imagination that takes place in Malmö and where [...]
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The musical train

Come and sing in different languages! Siblings Manuela and Lelo invite you to a musical session with song treasures from Europe. Like, for example, the old Roma children's song Okotari yakatar which was sung [...]
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Author visit: Per Svensson

Per Svensson won the August prize in the non-fiction class in 2023 for his book Zorn - a life, a time. In a biography built on extensive source material, a full-length portrait is drawn of [...]
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We are not idiots

Elisabeth Gerle's book We are not idiots asks fundamental questions about human outlook and democracy. Gerle warns of the consequences of viewing people as customers rather than as full-fledged citizens. [...]
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Fully booked! Book Circle – Damn men

Note! The book circle is fully booked. August prize winner Andrev Walden is coming to Lund! Charge up for the visit by joining the library's book circle where we read and talk about the book Jävla karlan. [...]
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Book talks about current social issues

This spring we have two book talks on the theme of current social issues. On the first occasion, we talk about the sex whistleblower and the woman behind RFSU, Elise Ottesen-Jensen, based on Marie Lok Björk's novel about her [...]
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Story time

Elin tells: Who by Stina Wirsén. A story about the Cat, the Teddy Bear and the Bird with adventures from several of the Vem books. The friends want to play together, but get sad and angry. Someone is [...]
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Story time

Elin tells: Who by Stina Wirsén. A story about the Cat, the Teddy Bear and the Bird with adventures from several of the Vem books. The friends want to play together, but get sad and angry. Someone is [...]
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