En tjej att klicka bort, Unenge/Gahrton

Eve and Adam 2 A Girl to Ignore

ORIGINAL TITLE: En tjej att klicka bort



GENRE: Children

Adam and Eve have kissed! For real! Still, Adam plans on keeping his distance. No more girls, ever – he promised himself! Not after what happened last time, when he was in love with Molly. Molly, who keeps getting in touch, despite Adam ignoring her online advances…

After a TV series, feature film, computer game, comic book and millions of sold novels, Sweden’s most ordinary, indecisive and funny couple is back. Twenty years have passed, but when the love story is told anew, the same old questions are waiting to be answered: How do you know when you’re in love? How do you get together? And can you decide to never fall in love again?

When it’s time for a sports event with the old team, Adam can’t resist. Even though Molly might be there. Besides, Eve has better things to do. Her class mate Sebastian wants her and Annika to perform with him at the class dance. Why do they always have so much fun together, even if it’s just about trash collection or selling hot dogs for the class fund?

Måns Gahrton and Johan Unenge’s Eve & Adam has been treasured by children all over the world for twenty years. In the new launch, a feature film and two books tells the story anew for a new generation of readers. While working on the books, the author duo has made countless school visits and collaborated with more than 100 middle school students, in order to find out all there is to know about love, friendship and life in middle school today. The books are richly illustrated with Johan Unenge’s pertinent art work, full of humor and relatability. A romantic comedy that takes young love seriously!




“Gahrton and Unenge write with respect and humor about those first tentative steps away from childhood. Warmly recommended!”

BTJ vol 21, 2016

Rights sold


Danish Rights sold to Alvilda

Danish rights sold to Alvilda

Danish rights sold to Alvilda

Italian rights sold to Mondadori Libri

Norwegian rights sold to Cappelen Damm

Polish rights sold to Sonia Draga Publishing House

Serbian rights sold to Agora

Turkish rights sold to Epsilon