My Brother

By Laura Djupvik, Øyvind Torseter (ill.)

A beautiful tale of grief and hope

In this beautiful picture book, we are introduced to a girl and her father in a grief-stricken period of their lives, with each of them mourning in their own way. Dad disappears into himself, while the girl begins to dream about her departed brother. When the daughter eventually convinces her dad to join in with her make-believe, something big and unexpected happens.

«My Brother» shows how differently parents and children handle their grief, and how combining both of these perspectives can provide them with the tools and insight to go on living – together.
This book is perfect for anyone who has lost someone, but can also help form the foundations for a conversation with children about death itself. «My Brother» is a tale of grief and hope and the innate powers of healing we all possess.

Excerpt from English sample

Translation rights sold to: USA

Original Title

Bror min


Total Pages