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Thu Oct 16 17:52:49 2014 UTClccn-nr970167220.06A faraway island /0.100.96Swedish forest : facts about Swedish forestry and wood industries /163876090nr 970167224357712lccn-no2002100254Thor, Annikalccn-n78061738Axelsson, Majgull1947-lccn-n79110154Ekman, Kerstin1933-lccn-no2011066520Rubinate, Amylccn-n50015838Wright, Rochellelccn-n50081490Nilsson, Lennart1922-lccn-n90618082Hamberger, Larslccn-no90002894Rehnqvist, Karinarrcmplccn-n80090604Blomberg, Erik1894-1965lyrlccn-n92001481Lundgren-Gothlin, EvaSchenck, LindaFictionPictorial worksJuvenile worksHistoryPsychological fictionDomestic fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcPopular worksMusical settingsIllustrationsChildbirthPregnancySwedenWorld War (1939-1945)RefugeesSistersSweden--GöteborgEuropeFolk musicMothers and daughtersFoster parentsPeople with disabilitiesSpace and timeParanormal fictionJewsRural conditionsFeminist theoryIslandsWorking classDogsHuman-animal relationshipsWomen--Social conditionsDeuxième sexe (Beauvoir, Simone de)Country lifeWomenSweden--KatrineholmEmbryologyFetus--DevelopmentViolenceEmpiricismSex differences (Psychology)FemininitySex roleFoster childrenWomen--PsychologyScandinaviaCivilizationCivilization--Scandinavian influencesFriendshipWitchesHuman reproductionFetusEmbryology, HumanBlomberg, Erik,Forests and forestryForest productsSchoolsChildren's storiesHuman-animal communicationSwedish fiction1981198319851986198719911992199519961997199820012002200320042005200620072009201020112012201557203674[FIC]RG525ocn694394384ocn156907478ocn156907480ocn185240147ocn871965501ocn186718652ocn475510130ocn186255653ocn442758567ocn438900399ocn185238138ocn18523838418413ocn310399735book20090.06Thor, AnnikaA faraway islandHistoryJuvenile worksFictionIn 1939 Sweden, two Jewish sisters wait for their parents to join them in fleeing the Nazis in Austria, but while eight-year-old Nellie settles in quickly, twelve-year-old Stephie feels stranded at the end of the world, with a foster mother who is as cold and unforgiving as the island on which they live+-+952843028532415565ocn698332739book20110.06Thor, AnnikaThe lily pondHistoryJuvenile worksFictionHaving left Nazi-occupied Vienna a year ago, thirteen-year-old Jewish refugee Stephie Steiner adapts to life in the cultured Swedish city of Gothenburg, where she attends school, falls in love, and worries about her parents who were not allowed to emigrate+-+04859203857598ocn046976633book20020.07Axelsson, MajgullApril witchFictionPsychological fictionDomestic fictionBorn severely disabled in 1950s Sweden, Desiree cannot walk or talk but can use her clairvoyant and onmiscient powers to travel through time and space into the lives of her three foster sisters+-+72605002853444ocn663882374rcrd20100.06Thor, AnnikaA faraway islandHistoryJuvenile worksFictionIn 1939 Sweden, two Jewish sisters wait for their parents to join them in fleeing the Nazis in Austria, but while eight-year-old Nellie settles in quickly, twelve-year-old Stephie feels stranded at the end of the world, with a foster mother who is as cold and unforgiving as the island on which they live+-+63919225853243244ocn502415768book20090.18Ekman, KerstinThe dogFictionA young dog struggles to survive in the wild without his mother and finds a hunter he gradually begins to trust+-+65059060252581ocn268789982book20090.25Ekman, KerstinGod's mercy = Guds barmhärtighetFiction"When Hillevi, a young, inexperienced midwife, moves from the university town of Uppsala to the wilderness of Svartvattnet (Blackwater) to be with her unofficial fiancé, she is ill prepared for what awaits her. In this frigid, austere, and isolated territory, she encounters the overwhelming and unpredictable forces of nature and demoralizing poverty and ignorance while also gaining access to the unfamiliar world of nomadic Sami reindeer herders. A single traumatic event, never fully confronted, has devastating and far-reaching repercussions, but Hillevi also finds unexpected warmth and love."--Publisher's description+-+99256785352254ocn741624144rcrd20110.06Thor, AnnikaThe lily pondJuvenile worksFictionHaving left Nazi-occupied Vienna a year ago, thirteen-year-old Jewish refugee Stephie Steiner adapts to life in the cultured Swedish city of Gothenburg, where she attends school, falls in love, and worries about her parents who were not allowed to emigrate1613ocn048562412book20010.33Ekman, KerstinThe springFictionThe second novel in the series, The Spring, "focuses on the lives of three women, Tora, Frida and Ingrid, moves the story on from the early twentieth century to the interwar years." -- Back cover+-+K2969552361592ocn058960706book20030.20Nilsson, LennartA child is bornJuvenile worksPopular worksIllustrationsPictorial worksColor photographs of fertilization and fetal development using electron microscopes and fiber-optic devices+-+3002880385153ocn156907478score20060.95Rehnqvist, KarinDet mörknar över landet = Darkness falls across the country : for soprano, flute, oboe and two cellos92ocn156907480score20060.92Rehnqvist, KarinI dina ögons klara morgonljus = In the clear morning light of your eyes : for soprano and two cellosMusical settings75ocn442758567book19960.79Lundgren-Gothlin, EvaSex and existence : Simone de Beauvoir's The second sex63ocn758255389book19970.35Ling, JanA history of European folk musicHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThe aim of this study is to increase the reader's understanding of folk music within an historical, European framework, and to keep the genre alive as a dynamic and changing artform. The book addresses a plethora of questions through its detailed examination of a wide range of music from vastly different national and cultural identities. It also attempts to elucidate the connections among and the development of contemporary folk music across Europe, firstly by examining the ways in which scholars of different ideological and artistic ambitions have collected, studied, and performed it, then by investigating the relationship between folk and popular music. This book will serve well as either a textbook for upper-level, undergraduate courses or as a research tool for postgraduate study. Ethnomusicologists will also have a distinct interest in the opinions postulated and examined herein+-+722773323651ocn185240147book20060.26Fritz, MartinSKF - a global story : 1907-200751ocn058099987book19920.66The Source of liberty : the Nordic contribution to Europe : an anthology51ocn832633406book19950.88Lundgren, EvaFeminist theory and violent empiricism+-+869037103641ocn036953706book19850.96Swedish forest : facts about Swedish forestry and wood industries43ocn185844307book19970.25Ekman, KerstinWitches' ringsFiction+-+918695523641ocn186718652book20030.74Ekman, KerstinCity of lightFictionPsychological fiction+-+790695523641ocn871965501book20150.08Thor, AnnikaDeep seaJuvenile worksFictionNearly four years after leaving Vienna to escape the Nazis, Stephie Steiner, now sixteen, and her sister Nellie, eleven, are still living in Sweden, worrying about their parents and striving to succeed in school, and at odds with each other despite their mutual love+-+9528430285324+-+9528430285324Thu Oct 16 16:09:29 EDT 2014batch15624