Pippi Longstocking

Astrid Lindgren, 1907-2002

Book - 2007

Escapades of a lucky little girl who lives with a horse and a monkey--but without any parents--at the edge of a Swedish village.

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Published
New York : Viking Children's Books 2007.
Edition
Newly translated and illustrated ed
Language
English
Swedish
Item Description
First published in Sweden as Pippi Långstrump by Raben & Sjogren, 1945. First published in the United States by Viking Press, 1950.
Physical Description
207 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm
ISBN
9780593117811
9780670014040
0670014044
9780670062768
0670062766
Main Author
Astrid Lindgren, 1907-2002 (-)
Other Authors
Lauren Child (illustrator)
  • Pippi moves into Villa Villekulla
  • Pippi is a thing-searcher and ends up in a fight
  • Pippi plays tag with the police
  • Pippi sits on the gate and climbs a tree
  • Pippi organizes an expedition
  • Pippi goes to the circus
  • Pippi dances with burglars
  • Pippi has coffee with the ladies
  • Pippi comes to the rescue
  • Pippi celebrates her birthday
  • About the author, illustrator, and translator.
Review by Publisher Summary 1

Published in cooperation with the Pippi of Today Save the Children campaign and featuring the story’s original artwork, a 75th anniversary tribute to Astrid Lindgren’s beloved classic follows the tale of a strong, spunky red-haired girl and her bewildered neighbors. Simultaneous and eBook. Illustrations.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Pippi moves into in a house at the edge of a Swedish village with a horse, a monkey, a suitcase full of gold, and no grown-ups to tell her what to do. She has upside-down braids and is wild and funny and her crazy ideas have a way of making anything exciting! Naturally, the children next door, Tommy and Annika are curious about their new neighbor. The three children have the most rollicking adventures on their own, with horses and monkeys, the circus, and more!

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Tommy and Annika have a new neighbor, Pippi Longstocking, who has a horse, a monkey, upside-down braids, no grown-ups telling her what to do, and a way of making everything exciting.

Review by Publisher Summary 4

Tommy and Annika have a new neighbor: red-haired, freckle-faced Pippi Longstocking, who has upside-down braids and no parents to tell her what to do. The three children have the most rollicking adventures on their own, with horses and monkeys, the circus, and more!"A rollicking story." —The Horn Book