Åsa Larsson, Ingela Korsell, and Henrik Jonsson are the creators behind the bestselling middle grade series PAX, an exhilarating urban fantasy epos in ten parts, set in a fresh new world of magical creatures drawn from Nordic mythology.

Åsa Larsson is one of Scandinavia’s most beloved and respected crime writers. Her books have sold millions of copies throughout the world. PAX is her first series for young readers.

Ingela Korsell has a background as a middle-school teacher. She is currently working toward her PhD in children’s literacy and has written two previous suspense novels for young readers.

Henrik Jonsson is a Kubert School-educated illustrator who has drawn iconic series like Batman and Suicide Squad for DC Comics. His own series, The Norseman, premiered in the Swedish edition of The Phantom in 2013.

PAX increasingly stands out as a unique series, not just as quality literature in a genre that’s rarely taken seriously, but also because it manages to put words to realities that are truly difficult. And, of course, because children simply love to read the series.
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Åsa Larsson, Ingela Korsell, and Henrik Jonsson are the creators behind the bestselling middle grade series PAX, an exhilarating urban fantasy epos in ten parts, set in a fresh new world of magical creatures drawn from Nordic mythology.

Åsa Larsson is one of Scandinavia’s most beloved and respected crime writers. Her books have sold millions of copies throughout the world. PAX is her first series for young readers.

Ingela Korsell has a background as a middle-school teacher. She is currently working toward her PhD in children’s literacy and has written two previous suspense novels for young readers.

Henrik Jonsson is a Kubert School-educated illustrator who has drawn iconic series like Batman and Suicide Squad for DC Comics. His own series, The Norseman, premiered in the Swedish edition of The Phantom in 2013.

  • Photo by Thron Ullberg

  • Photo by Thron Ullberg

  • Photo by Thron Ullberg

  • Photo by Thron Ullberg

  • Photo by Thron Ullberg