• The Children on Troublemaker Street

    The Children on Troublemaker Street

    1958 Ilon Wikland

    (also published as Mischievous Martens)

    Joe, Mary-Lou and little Lotta live in a yellow house on Troublemaker Street. They have fun all the time – there are hardly any other children who have so much fun, even though Lotta is as stubborn as an old goat, according to her father. She has so many ideas. Imagine, once she took her flapjacks and hung them up in a tree. So they sat there, flapping in the wind and Lotta took a bite from them whenever she was hungry. “I’m pretending I’m a little lamb, eating leaves in the forest”, she said.

  • Lotta on Troublemaker Street

    Lotta on Troublemaker Street

    1961 Ilon Wikland

    (also published as Lotta Leaves Home)

    One day when Lotta on Troublemaker Street had just turned five she woke up one morning already grumpy. She’d dreamt something she didn’t like and Lotta thought that what you dreamed was true. That’s why she was cross with Jonas and Mia-Mara, because it was them she’d dreamt about. And then along came mummy who wanted her to wear an itchy, prickly jumper. A day that begins all wrong like that couldn’t possibly turn out nice, could it?

  • 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 …

  • 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!

  • Lotta's Easter Surprise

    Lotta's Easter Surprise

    1990 Ilon Wikland

    Easter on Troublemaker Street. That’s when the Easter Bunny usually comes and hides Easter eggs filled with sweets under the bushes. But this time the confectioner’s shop was shut and there was nowhere to buy sweets in the whole town! How are Lotta, Joe and Mary-Lou going to get their Easter-goodies now? Everyone is disappointed that Easter won’t be the same. Except Lotta, ‘cause she knows about the surprise that’s hidden in the shed.

  • Boken om Lotta på Bråkmakargatan

    Boken om Lotta på Bråkmakargatan

    2005 Ilon Wikland

    This volume includes:
    The Children on Troublemaker Street
    (Mischievous Martens)
    Lotta on Troublemaker Street
    (Lotta Leaves Home)

    (Not available in English)

  • Alla mina barn

    Alla mina barn

    2007

    A thick lovely gift book, full of giggle, wild pranks and wonderful adventure. A book where most of Astrid Lindgren’s most beloved characters emerge with a chapter each; Pippi Longstocking, Emil, Mardie, The Brothers Lionheart, Karlsson on the Roof, Simon Small, Mio, Seacrow Island, Kalle Blomkvist, The Noisy Village Children, Brenda Brave, Ronja the Robber´s Daughter, Rasmus and Lotta on Troublemaker Street.

    (Not available in English)