Digman, Kristina 1959-

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Digman, Kristina 1959-

Personal

Born 1959, in Gothenburg, Sweden. Education: Attended Copenhagen Art Academy.

Addresses

Home—Sweden. E-mail—[email protected]

Career

Illustrator, sculptor, and children's book author. Exhibition: Works exhibited at Bratislava Biennale.

Awards, Honors

Elsa Beskow Plaque, 2005.

Illustrator

PICTURE BOOKS

Sanna Töringe, Vår hemliga trädgård, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2001.

Åsa Lind, Sandvargen, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2002.

Åsa Lind, Mera Sandvargen, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2003.

Sanna Töringe, Jag vill, jag vill, jag vill, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2003.

Sanna Töringe, Snölyktor & smultronstrån, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2004.

Åsa Lind, Sandvargen och hela härligheten, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2004.

Kungasonen och Messeria (folktales), Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2004.

Görel Kristina Näslund, Lilla äppelboken, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2005, translated as Our Apple Tree, Roaring Book Press (New Milford, CT), 2005.

Görel Kristina Näslund, Lilla vinterboken, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2005.

Åsa Lind, Stora boken om Sandvargen, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2006.

Sanna Töringe, Lilly vill ha Äventyr, Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2007.

Books featuring Digman's illustrations have been translated into Korean, Danish, and Japanese.

OTHER

(With others) Åsa Lind, Prinsessornas prinsessbok (stories), Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2004.

Smultrondagar (calendar; title means "Strawberry Days"), Rabén & Sjögren (Stockholm, Sweden), 2006.

Biographical and Critical Sources

PERIODICALS

Booklist, August, 2005, Gillian Engberg, review of Our Apple Tree, p. 2035.

Kirkus Reviews, July 15, 2005, review of Our Apple Tree, p. 794.

School Library Journal, November, 2005, Genevieve Gallagher, review of Our Apple Tree, p. 118.

ONLINE

Rabén & Sjögren/ Norstedts Förlagsgrupp Web site,http://www.panorstedt.se/ (February 15, 2007), "Kristina Digman."