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Norwegian Emigration: Between Rocks and Hard Places by Ann Urness Gesme
Gesme shares her research detailing customs and conditions in the lives of rural Norwegians as they began to consider emigration in the 1800s. With this information, readers can gain logical and credible insight into the daily lives of Norwegian ancestors. This...
The Diary of Elizabeth Koren 1853-1855 by David T Nelson
Else Elisabeth Hysing, an upper-class Norwegian woman, married Ulrik Vilhelm Koren on August 18, 1853 and, almost immediately afterward, the couple made the perilous Atlantic Crossing to America, where her husband had been called to serve as the first Lutheran...
Friluftsliv: Connect with Nature the Norwegian Way by Oliver Luke Delorie
Embrace the great outdoors and see how spending time in nature can improve your mental, physical, and spiritual health with this beautifully illustrated guide to the Norwegian concept of friluftlsiv, outdoor living. Hardcover.
Heritage of Darkness (Chloe Ellefson Mystery #4) by Kathleen Ernst
Chloe Ellefson returns with a new mystery rooted in Norwegian heritage and set at Vesterheim Museum in Decorah, Iowa! For curator Chloe Ellefson, a family bonding trip to Decorah for rosemaling classes at Vesterheim seems like a great idea –...
The Bell in the Lake by Lars Mytting
The first in a rich historical trilogy, this is an engrossing epic novel of a young woman whose fate plays out against her village’s mystical church bells. Lars Mytting, the bestselling author of Norwegian Wood, brings his deep knowledge of history,...
The Viking Heart: How Scandinavians Conquered the World by Arthur Herman
From a New York Times best-selling historian and pulitzer prize finalist, this sweeping epic melds a compelling historical narrative of war, enterprise, and adventure with cutting-edge archaeological and DNA research. PB.
Mead: The Libations, Legends, and Lore of History's Oldest Drink by Fred Minnick
Beloved by figures as diverse as Queen Elizabeth and Thor, the Vikings and the Greek gods, mead is one of history's most storied beverages. But this mixture of fermented honey isn't just a relic of bygone eras – it's experiencing a...
Searching for Nora - A Novel After the Doll’s House by Wendy Swallow
At the end of Ibsen’s play A Doll’s House, Nora Helmer walks away from her family, slamming the door, and we never see where she goes. Guided by the historical realities and a close study of this celebrated Ibsen character, author...
We Die Alone: A WWII Epic of Escape and Endurance by David Howarth
Here is one of the most exciting escape narratives to emerge from the challenges and miseries of World War II. In March 1943, a team of expatriate Norwegian commandos sailed from northern England for Nazi-occupied arctic Norway to organize and...
For the Love of Cod: A Father and Son’s Search for Norwegian Happiness by Eric Dregni
A journey to find Norway’s supposed bliss makes for a comic travelogue that asks, seriously, what makes Norwegians so damn happy—and does it translate? Norway is usually near or at the top of the World Happiness Report. But is it...
American Axe: The Tool That Shaped a Continent by Brett Mcleod
From hand-forged axes of the Viking conquests to the American homesteader’s felling axe, this is a tool that has shaped human history like few others. American Axe pays tribute to this iconic instrument of settlement and industry, with rich history,...
Counterfeiter: How A Norwegian Jew Survived The Holocaust by
This is an enthralling personal account of the secret Nazi project, Operation Bernhard, devised to destabilize the British and, later, American economies by creating and putting into circulation millions of counterfeit banknotes. A team of typographers and printers was pulled...
Shetland Bus by David Howarth
The occupation of Western Europe and Scandinavia in the spring of 1940 crippled Britain's ability to gather intelligence information. After the Germans invaded Norway, many Norwegians knew that small boats were constantly sailing from the Shetland Islands to land weapons,...
Norwegian Wood by Lars Mytting
An intriguing window into the exoticism of Scandinavian culture, this book about chopping, stacking, and burning wood also features enough inherently interesting facts, anecdotes, and inspired prose to make it universally appealing. It has sold over 200,000 copies in Scandinavia....
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