Astrid Lindgren (1907-2002) created the character of Pippi Longstocking to entertain her daughter. Lindgren was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for her contribution to international children’s literature. show more
Astrid Lindgren (1907-2002) created the character of Pippi Longstocking to entertain her daughter. Lindgren was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for her contribution to international children’s literature.
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For more reviews, check out my blog: Craft-CycleI am so torn in how to rate this book. While there were aspects that I absolutely loved, others things haven't aged well.One thing I loved about this short, fun, whimsical book is that each chapter reads like a short story. There isn't necessarily a pl...
Love, love, love Pippi! This is by far my favorite childhood series. Pippi and her shenanigans always make me smile. The narration was good, not great. But the story more than made up for it.
I prefer the second book to this one, but it was alright. It didn't seem at all familiar to me, so I don't think I ever got around to reading this one even though I own it. It's slightly uncomfortable at times with the way they refer to the natives of the island... And Tommy can be quite the bully t...
I like this book more than the first. I didn't find Pippi so annoying in this one.These books do have quite the nostalgic element to them for me. I loved each of Pippi's adventures as a child. :)
I definitely enjoyed this one much more when I was a child. As an adult, I find Pippi annoying at times. It's still a fun book, but there are other children's books I'd much rather read over again.