Children & Young Adults

Photo: Simon Klein-Knudsen and Lærke Posselt


Molly the Very Best-series
(Allerbedste Molly-serien)
Published 2020, 90 pages



Foreign rights:

Gyldendal Group Agency, Lise Broen Rosenberg Dahm,

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Previous titles sold to:

Czech Republic, Faroe Islands, Germany, Israel, Japan, Latin America, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Ukraine

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Children & Young Adults

Molly the Very Best-series

"Molly Best of All" is a series on friendship and dreams, but it’s also about having the world’s most annoying and most fantastic little brother.

In "Molly Best of All 1" Molly starts at a new school. There are lots of children and Molly doesn’t know a single one. Her parents say she’ll soon make new friends, but how? It would be easier if she had her best friend, Ellen. If Ellen doesn’t forget about her now that they don’t see each other every day. Luckily a blonde-haired girl in her new class seems pretty nice.

In "Molly Best of All 2" Molly shares a room with her little brother who has way too much kid stuff. Her room is never like her friends’ rooms who don’t have to share with their siblings. Why do they have to live in such a small apartment? Only think if Molly had her very own room!

About the author and illustrator 

Sabine Lemire has a long string of mostly non-fiction books for children behind her. She is a stylist in fashion, children's activities, food and decor - which also characterizes her writings, where she is creative and where children and family care is in focus.
She graduated from the Danish Design School and the Ècole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués Duperré in Paris in 2000. Lemire regularly organize creative workshops in kindergartens, schools and libraries.
Sabine Lemire is also the author behind the internationally renowned series on Mira.

Signe Kjær (b. 1985) trained as an illustrator at Design School Kolding and at The Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava. At the age of seven she decided that she wanted to illustrate books and made her debut "Cirkus Svimmel" in 2014. Since then she has illustrated more than 15 books published in several countries. 

Text translated by Sharon Rhodes