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Guides to Norway Series

(4 customer reviews)

kr299.00

Includes paperbacks of the Guides to Norway collection of books. This includes two titles:

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About Working with Norwegians

Your guidebook to the work culture of Norway. Sean Percival presents his reflections and learnings, giving unique insights into the way Norwegians and Scandinavians do business. This outsider’s view is packed with tips and tricks so that foreigners and Norwegians can be better at doing business together.

About Living with Norwegians

This guide is a collection of personal experiences, Norwegian stereotypes, and friendly advice on how to survive life in Norway. It’s the ideal starting point for someone who is curious about life in Norway and for those already in the process of making the move. Learn how to adapt to life in Norway and better understand the sometimes-peculiar Norwegians themselves.

Who These Books are For

🧳 Expats

For foreigners moving to and living in Norway

👫🏼 Love Refugees

Recently moved to Norway for love? You’re going to need a guide (and a lot of wool!)

🇳🇴 Norwegians

For Norwegians looking to better understand the challenges foreigners face when moving to Norway.

🏢 Corporations

As a welcome guide to new international staff working in Norway

🎁 Gifts

The ultimate gift for anyone curious about or moving to Norway

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4 reviews for Guides to Norway Series

  1. Stina

    Made a for a really nice gift with great wrapping and signed!

  2. Tona

    Being a Norwegian living in the United States, it is always fun to read about an American observation of life in Norway. It is a good guide for someone moving to Norway. And yes, I admit, better understand the sometimes-peculiar Norwegians themselves, which Sean has picked up on. Like the tram and the elevator scenes. And the brunost…and all the peculiarities. Like the nachspiels. Oh my, do I miss the nachspiels. A Norwegian invention with a German name.

    I just finished the guide about relaxing, make it koselig, light a candle or 2, or 50. My husband’s family in the United States always make fun of me because of my candles. The book is a guide and has helpful links to the different governmental institutions and other things you have to deal with. The chapters are short but valuable. I enjoyed it. I hope Sean continues to enjoy his life in Norway.

  3. Paul

    Got it for a coworker who just moved to Norway and they were cracking up! Seems it was also very helpful for adapting to Norwegian life.

  4. Neil

    First, let me say that I’ve found the writing style and the pace excellent, which makes it very easy to read. You get a great summary of the Norwegian values & traditions from it. Definitely worth reading if you just arrived in Norway

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