• Pippi flyttar in

    Pippi flyttar in

    1969 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In Rabén & Sjögren’s children’s magazine Klumpe Dumpe, a Pippi Longstocking series was published in those days, and it was later published in book form. This book contains twelve episodes. The pictures were drawn by Ingrid Vang Nyman.

  • Pippi ordnar allt

    Pippi ordnar allt

    1969 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In Rabén & Sjögren’s children’s magazine Klumpe Dumpe, a Pippi Longstocking series was published in those days, and it was later published in book form. Each book contains six episodes. The pictures were drawn by Ingrid Vang Nyman.

    (Not available in English)

  • Pippi håller kalas

    Pippi håller kalas

    1970 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In Rabén & Sjögren’s children’s magazine Klumpe Dumpe, a Pippi Longstocking series was published in those days, and it was later published in book form. Each book contains six episodes. The pictures were drawn by Ingrid Vang Nyman.

    (Not available in English)

  • Pippi är starkast i världen

    Pippi är starkast i världen

    1970 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In Rabén & Sjögren’s children’s magazine Klumpe Dumpe, a Pippi Longstocking series was published in those days, and it was later published in book form. Each book contains six episodes. The pictures were drawn by Ingrid Vang Nyman.

    (Not available in English)

  • Pippi går till sjöss

    Pippi går till sjöss

    1971 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In Rabén & Sjögren’s children’s magazine Klumpe Dumpe, a Pippi Longstocking series was published in those days, and it was later published in book form. Each book contains six episodes. The pictures were drawn by Ingrid Vang Nyman.

    (Not available in English)

  • På rymmen med Pippi Långstrump

    På rymmen med Pippi Långstrump

    1971

    In conjunction with the shooting of the last Pippi film, the stills photographer took a great number of colour pictures which tell the story of Pippi’s, Annika’s and Tommy’s adventure when they were running away during the Swedish summer. A book about all the fun and exciting things that happen while they are on the run. How the children find a deserted house to sleep in, how Pippi rides down a waterfall in a barrel, how they ride in a hay cart and about how Pippi becomes a bullfighter and rescues a little boy from the big bull.

    (Not available in English)

  • Lotta´s bike

    Lotta´s bike

    1971 Ilon Wikland

    (also published as Of Course Polly can ride a Bike)
    Lotta on Troublemaker Street turns five. She only has a wretched old tricycle, and she doesn’t even get a two-wheeler for her birthday either! She gets so cross that she takes Mrs Berg’s old bike, but it’s far too big for Lotta …

  • Pippi vill inte bli stor

    Pippi vill inte bli stor

    1971 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In Rabén & Sjögren’s children’s magazine Klumpe Dumpe, a Pippi Longstocking series was published in those days, and it was later published in book form. Each book contains six episodes. The pictures were drawn by Ingrid Vang Nyman.

    Not available in English

  • That  Emil

    That Emil

    1972 Björn Berg

    The people in Lönneberga felt sorry for the Svenssons in Katthult who had such a rascal for a son, one who got up to so much mischief. Like that time when Emil got his head got stuck in the soup tureen and that unfortunate Sunday when he hoisted little Ida up the flagpole.

  • Most Beloved Sister / My Very Own Sister

    Most Beloved Sister / My Very Own Sister

    1973 Hans Arnold

    Now, I’m going to tell you a secret: I’ve got a twin sister. But don’t tell anyone! Her name is Lalla-Lee, and she calls me “Most Beloved Sister”. Lalla-Lee likes only me. We have a special language that only we understand. And we have so much fun together.

  • Emil and the Bad Tooth

    Emil and the Bad Tooth

    1976 Björn Berg

    Lina, the maid at Katthult, had a terrible toothache.
    “You’d better go to Sme-Pelle”, said Alfred. Sme-Pelle is the name they gave the local blacksmith. He used to extract aching teeth with his gruesome pair of tongs. “How much does he charge for one tooth?” asked Lina. “Fifty öre per hour”, said Alfred.

  • Lotta's Christmas Surprise

    Lotta's Christmas Surprise

    1977 Ilon Wikland

    Lotta on Troublemaker Street is a remarkable child who can do almost anything. Sometimes things go wrong though, like the time Teddy accidentally ends up in the garbage bin. But when Joe and Mary-Lou can’t stop crying because there’s not one single Christmas tree left to buy in the whole town, then it’s Lotta who saves the day – and their Christmas!

  • Pippi Longstocking’s After Christmas Party

    Pippi Longstocking’s After Christmas Party

    1979 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    It’s the Christmas holidays and Pippi invites all the children in town to her after Christmas party.

  • The Runaway Sleigh Ride

    The Runaway Sleigh Ride

    1983 Ilon Wikland

    Finally the snow is falling over Junibacken! Mardie and Lisbet are playing wild games in the snow. Yes, even Daddy has to join in and throw snowballs because it’s all so wonderful. But the next day, Mardie gets sick, so Lisbet has to go without her to buy Christmas presents with Alma. And suddenly Lisbet is standing there on the runners behind a sleigh, heading straight into the forest…

  • Emil's Little Sister

    Emil's Little Sister

    1984 Björn Berg

    Emil spent most of his time in the wood shed, and he actually didn’t really mind. But Emil’s little sister never got to sit in there. “And Ida also liked being in the woodshed. She thought it would be fun to be shut up in the woodshed sometime. But, of course, then she would have to be bad, and poor little Ida could never manage that! ‘I’ll try to think up something’, she said to Emil.”

  • My Nightingale is Singing

    My Nightingale is Singing

    1984 Svend Otto S.

    “Long ago, in the days of poverty, there was a poorhouse in every parish, where all the poor of the parish lived: the old who could no longer work, the sick, the spent and destitute, the half crazed, and homeless children whom no one would take care of – all of them gathered together in that place of sighs which was the poorhouse.” Read the story about little orphan Malin who ends up in the poorhouse, in the parish of Norka.

  • Emil's Sticky Problem

    Emil's Sticky Problem

    1985 Björn Berg

    Emil i Lönneberga is a world-famous rascal. He doesn’t really want to be mischievous – on the contrary. But Emil’s mum gets exasperated when Emil tries to deal with all the flies that are buzzing around the kitchen. He tries to keep them at bay in his own little way – and oops …. It turns into prank no. 325!

  • The Dragon with Red Eyes

    The Dragon with Red Eyes

    1985 Ilon Wikland

    “I remember our dragon. I shall never forget that morning in April when I saw him for the first time.” The tubby little sow gives birth to ten little piglets and a Dragon with red eyes. And he grows up there along with the other pigs. The two children feed him left-over candle stumps and string. But he never seems to be really happy …

  • Inget knussel, sa Emil i Lönneberga

    Inget knussel, sa Emil i Lönneberga

    1986 Björn Berg

    One snowy day in Katthult there was a party. It turned into a fun and rather unusual party, mostly thanks to the teacher. She was a jolly young woman with lots of good ideas and now she suggested they’d have a snowball fight before dinner. And they sure had a snowball fight! Later on there was even more merriment when Emil kissed the vicar’s wife no less than eight times, ‘cause he certainly wasn’t stingy, that Emil boy!

    (Not available in English)

  • The Ghost of Skinny Jack

    The Ghost of Skinny Jack

    1986 Ilon Wikland

    Skinny Jack – the gruesome ghost from great-great-great-great-grandma’s time, who to this day sends chills down your spine. Astrid Lindgren draws upon her imagination mixed with her memories from Småland. It has become a real horror story, told with humour and ingenuity.