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Princess Madeleine’s children book “Stella and the Secret” translated to Danish

Princess Madeleine’s children book “Stella and the Secret” translated to Danish

OHMYGOSSIP – Last year, in the summer of 2019, Princess Madeleine of Sweden launched her children’s book “Stella and the Secret”. Since then, there has been speculation as to whether Princess Madeleine’s children’s book would be translated into other languages.

Princess Madeleine surprised many when she released a children’s book last year, which she wrote together with her friend Karini Gustafsson-Teixeira. When she was on a visit to Sweden during the summer of 2019, the days were marked by the book release and many book signings – including one on National Day at the Royal Palace.

Princess Madeleine has spoken about how proud she of her book saying: “There is nothing better than coming home to this fresh air. This is the best time ever. And I am so proud of my book and that it is now in the bookstore.”

Stella och hemligheten by Madeleine Bernadotte

Earlier this summer, it was revealed that the book would be translated but not into which language. It has now been revealed that it will be Danish children who will be the first to read Madeleine’s book in their own language outside Sweden. The book was launched this week in Denmark by the publisher Turbine. The book is already available for purchase at online retailers in Denmark.

The book is about a girl, Stella, who moves from New York to Sweden and is faced with difficult situations. The first part of the book covers what it is like to travel to a new country, make new friends and start a new school. The authors believe that many children will be able to recognise themselves in her. Ultimately, it is about getting children to stand up for themselves, find their inner strength and say no if something feels wrong. It also covers what it means to be a good friend and the difference between good and bad secrets.

Princess Madeleine last year also shared a photo on her Instagram and Facebook pages where she was recording words of welcome for the audio version of the book. The sales in Sweden has been very well as the book quickly became in the top three most sold books of the publisher, Bonnier Carlsen. Proceeds from the book have gone to the World Childhood Foundation.

Featured image: Princess Madeleine (Sara Friberg, The Royal Court of Sweden)


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