Stockholm at its best

Today Meg participated in the award ceremony for the reading promotion project Children and Books at outdoor museum Skansen in Stockholm.

Winners of the competition “A World Class Book” were rewarded at the Solliden stage by Meg among others, eleven-year-olds from Adolf Fredrik’s Music School made some absolutely lovely performances, and the winning contributions and Meg’s books were exhibited in the Brage Hall.

After a fantastic lunch at Gubbhyllan (approx. the old man’s shelf), Meg met Radio Sweden and Swedish Newspaper Sydsvenskan in the so called Ottoman room, as you can see (last pic) the room was already taken by someone wearing a fez…

Enjoy the pics of today!


Meg Rosoff, Tobias Runnfeldt, event director at Skansen, Helen Sigeland and Anne Edeborg from the award office


A huge audience of children from Stockholm’s schools.


Compere Anna Franzon from Skansen interviewing Meg Rosoff.


Choir from Adolf Fredrik’s Music School.


Award Ceremony.


Meg and Anna looking into the Bergsmans Farm dating back to the 18th Century.


Meg and Anna.


First prize winner in the pre school category: Gustav Vasa school with a work based on 2011 ALMA Laureate Shaun Tan’s The Red Tree.


Meg Rosoff exhibition at the Brage Hall made by Anne Edeborg.


Meg and the mysterious man in the Ottoman room.

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