In Kjersti Annesdatter Skomsvold’s children’s book debut, Me, Me, Me, we meet 11-year old Marte who finds it difficult being a big sister. How will she manage to protect her little brother from everything dangerous here in the world, even though she does her best to look after him?
Her mother says that Marte will probably feel better if she writes down the things she is afraid of, because she will then rid herself of what is troubling her. Even though Marte doesn’t want to rid herself of her brother, she gives writing a try. It is supposed to be about her little brother, but strictly speaking in the end it is mostly about herself.
Me, Me, Me is a story about family, worries, love, and writerly aspirations.