Den Vesle Prinsen — in Nynorsk.

Nynorsk (literally means New Norwegian) is one of the two written standards of the Norwegian language, besides the Bokmål. Nynorsk was established in 1929 as the state-sanctioned fusion of Ivar Aasen’s standard Norwegian language (Norwegian: Landsmål) with the Dano-Norwegian written language (Riksmål). Nynorsk is a variation which is closer to Landsmål, whereas Bokmål is closer to Riksmål.

Between 10 and 15 percent of Norwegians have Nynorsk as their official language form, estimated by the number of students attending videregående skole (secondary education). Nynorsk is also taught as a mandatory subject in both high school and elementary school for all Norwegians who do not have it as their own language form.