Arna Rennan and Nordic Angst
Storebror og Lillebror, which translates as "Big Brother and Little Brother", is Arna's second CD, but she has now formalized a backup band called Nordic Angst — a term used by Americans to describe the perceived darkness of the Nordic culture, the kind of darkness found in Ingmar Bergman ... ... more
by Lori Evert; Photography by Per Breiehagen Hardcover Be Brave. Be Kind. Believe. These are Anja’s wishes to everyone.
This New York Times Bestseller features Anja who sets out to help Santa. Along the way she meets gentle animals wanting to help her. The beautiful photography emphasizes the gorgeous scenery of the Nordic Countries as well ... ... more
by Suzann Nelson & Janet Martin Paperback
This is a collection of phrases many of us don't hear much anymore. Things like "Mom, can I drive home from the mailbox?" or "Sure thought he'd make it through Christmas!" and "It doesn't smell spoiled!" (The implication: "So just eat it and quit whining!") ... more
The songs on this CD center around the "reformation" which was underway in Midwestern churches in 1960, and how the Church Basement Ladies reacted to the changes. Some of their reactions included: Beverly's first pair of high heels for confirmation; the Pastor announcing his impending nuptials; Mrs. Snustad and Mrs. Gilmerson planning a food ... ... more