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Mike & Else's Favorite Ole & Lena Jokes - Books 1 and 2
By Mike and Else Sevig. Everyone can use a good laugh once in a while and this collections of Ole & Lena jokes are just the ticket! Quaint and well-meaning, Ole & Lena jokes celebrate the quirky folk humor of...
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...
Ole Goes To War: Men from Norway Who Fought in America's Civil War by Jerry Rosholt
Many Norwegian immigrants came to the United States to form the Wisconsin 15th Regiment and fight in the Civil War. Through historical photographs and the soldiers own words, this book vividly brings to life the human dimension of this pivotal moment...
Kristine, Finding Home: Norway to America by Aleta Chossek
Kristine, Finding Home: Norway to America is the story of Kristine Kristiansen Hjelmeland, a young woman born and raised in Forde, Norway, and her journey from sheltered maiden aunt, to mother, to leader within her new American community. Her captivating...
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 –...
A Frog in the Fjord: One Year in Norway by Lorelou Desjardins
Norwegians are the happiest people in the world, but can anyone else be happy in Norway? Lorelou, a French woman in her mid-20s from Provence region gets a job in Oslo, Norway. She is not too inspired by this Arctic...
Assault In Norway: Sabotaging the Nazi Nuclear Program by Thomas Gallagher
A gripping narrative of a brave team of Norwegian exiles who infiltrated their homeland for the Allies to sabotage a German factory where "heavy water" was being produced and stockpiled."An exciting and dramatic episode." ~ Library JournalSoftcover, 233 pp.
Lies of Omission: A Hanneke Bauer Mystery by Kathleen Ernst
When Pomeranian immigrant Hanneke Bauer reaches Wisconsin in 1855, she believes her dearest dreams are coming true. After reuniting with her husband Fridolin at his farm near Watertown, she hopes to help create a true home. Instead, she receives the shocking...
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...
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...
Balancing: Poems of the Female Immigrant Experience in the Upper Midwest, 1830-1930 by Kathleen Ernst
The poems in Balancing were inspired by the experiences of women, who, in the 19th and early 20th centuries, sought new homes in the Upper Midwest. The first waves of pioneers, predominantly Yankees from Northeastern states, were soon followed by...
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...
Skis Against The Atom by Knut Haukelid
The exciting, first-hand account of heroism and daring sabotage during the Nazi occupation of Norway. The outcome of World War II could very possibly have been much different if Knut Haukelid and his small, but courageous band of Norwegian soldiers...
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