Arne Svingen and Torstein Nordstrand (ill.)

The Night Watch
Svingen's Dark World

One night, Bastian joins his father on the job as the museum night watch. His father has him watch the surveillance monitors while he goes to the loo. What is that shadow Bastian sees? It sure isn’t Dad. Can someone else be in the museum in the middle of the night? And where did Dad go? With that, Bastian is in for his scariest night ever in the museum.

Svingen’s Dark World is a suspense series for children who like ghosts, supernatural phenomena and getting a little spooked. The series numbers 17 books so far.

Arne Svingen and Torstein Nordstrand (ill.)

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Sigbjørn Sigbjørnsen

Arne Svingen is one of Norway’s most popular authors. He has received several awards, among them the the Norwegian Ministry of Culture’s Literature Prize and the Prix Libbylit Romans Ados in 2015 for his critically acclaimed novel The Ballad of a Broken Nose, and his works has been translated world over, including Korean, Arabic, Russian, Italian, French, Spanish and English.

Torstein Nordstrand is an illustrator and visual designer. In the US, his illustrations have been featured in gaming for many years, and he helped design the visual concept of Funcom’s prize-winning Age of Conan.

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This is the 18th book in the series

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Edited April 02, 2019 by Gyldendal Agency