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Sweden Bookshop

Sweden Bookshop is the home of publications produced by the Swedish Institute.

Alfred Nobel This is Sweden Innovation the Swedish way The Nordic Way Ingmar Bergman

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Sweden Bookshop is the home of publications produced by the Swedish Institute.

The Swedish Intitute publishes a large volume of information on Sweden in a wide range of languages. The Institute’s production of printed material covers everything from books, brochures, folders and posters to films and CD discs.

Our warehouse will be closed between 30 June - 11 July 2014. Deliveries will not be made during this period.

The Swedish kitchen - from fika to cosy Friday

Why is fika one of the first Swedish words you will learn? Why do Swedes leave their shoes at the door at a dinner party? Do lingonberries really work with everything? And what exactly is ‘cosy Friday’?

The Swedish kitchen – from fika to cosy Friday offers a glimpse into the culinary treats and habits of Swedes. With over 30 recipes from eight different settings, Liselotte Forslin, Rikard Lagerberg and Susanne Walström welcome you into a world of good food, traditions and new trends.


Celebrating the Swedish way

In Celebrating the Swedish way we learn how seasons, pagan times, Christianity, immigration and indeed the insatiable curiosity of Swedes themselves have all played a part in shaping the ever-evolving Swedish traditions. You might both recognise traces of your own traditions and be baffled by the extraordinary nature of others.

Sweden Box


Here is your Sweden Box, a toolbox full of information about Sweden, produced specifically to help you spread the word about our country. The box contains:
- USB-memory with images, films and fact sheets
- This is Sweden
- Sweden, the pocket version
- Celebrating the Swedish way
- The Swedish kitchen
- Sweden in Brief: Facts, emblems and map
- Sweden - folder for school children

Innovation the Swedish way


Transformed from a poor agrarian nation to a highly industrialized country in just over 100 years, Sweden is today one of the world's innovation leaders. In Innovation the Swedish Way you will meet innovators and entrepreneurs behind some of the latest and most successful innovations.

This is Sweden

This is Sweden contains a short introduction on Swedish cultural history, design and fashion, music and gastronomy, the Swedish welfare state and business sector, customs, myths about the country, and much more.

This is Sweden is available in Arabic, English, French, German, Russian and Spanish.


 
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