Iqbal wakes up one morning to the news of Aunt Fatwa being announced the Guardian of the Jewel - an Indian honorary title. Eager to get out of school Iqbal convinces his father to bring the...
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The 13-year-old Iqbal is a charming, imaginative and fun boy, which, according to his father, is not enough if one is to succeed in the world. But when Iqbal, his little brother Tariq (11 ... See full summary »
Liv Leman Brandorf,
Iqbal and Sille are best friends and have always lived next door to each other. Their street must undergo urban regeneration and Easelman and The Swine will unluckily be in charge of the ... See full summary »
Liv Leman Brandorf,
Thirteen-year-old Benjamin discovers that his mother didn't die in an accident as he was led to believe. The trail points to high-ranking officials in the Danish Secret Service, and he is told to trust no one.
Esben Dalgaard Andersen,
Janus Nabil Bakrawi,
Alfred Bjerre Larsen
William lives with his uncle Nils. His father is dead and his mother is mentally unstable. Nils retired early and spends his day buying and selling stuff at a favourable price. Nils owes some gangsters money and they want their debt paid back.
The family is set to go on holiday by the Shallow Sea and stay in Mrs. Sejersen's beach house. They have been looking forward to their holiday at the beach house, but their excitement is ... See full summary »
Sigurd Philip Dalgas,
Emilie Werner Semmelroth,
Iqbal wakes up one morning to the news of Aunt Fatwa being announced the Guardian of the Jewel - an Indian honorary title. Eager to get out of school Iqbal convinces his father to bring the whole family to India to celebrate and take part in the ceremony with Aunt Fatwa. But when Iqbal goes on a field trip to church with his class and accidentally sets a chain reaction in motion, resulting the church being destroyed, Iqbal is thrown out of school who are thoroughly fed up with Iqbal's shenanigans. Iqbal's Dad decides that Iqbal isn't allowed to come to India and instead has to find a new school and prove that he can take responsibility. Determined to prove himself, Iqbal reaches out to Aunt Fatwa behind his father's back and convinces her to enroll him in an Indian school. Reunited with his family in India, Iqbal has to start in his new school. Aunt Fatwa provides Iqbal with a mentor, a smart and beautiful girl his age named Abhaya. But Iqbals dream of a nice family vacation turns ...Written by