- Assar Bubbla
- Brenda Brave
- Britt Mari
- Brothers Lionheart
- Herr Liljonkvast
- Junker Nils
- Kalle Blomkvist
- Karlson on the Roof
- Kerstin and Barbro
- Mimmi och Peter
- Noisy village
- Peter and Petra
- Pippi Longstocking
- Red bird
- Samuel August and Hanna
- Seacrow Island
- Simon Small
- Skinny Jack
- Tommy and Annika
The Children of Noisy Village1946 Ingrid Vang Nyman
In the tiny hamlet of Noisy Village, there are three properties, North Farm, Middle Farm and South Farm, and six children live there: Lisa and Lars and Pip and Britta and Anna and Ollie. They play and play, and have fun nearly all the time. It’s wonderful sleeping in the hay, getting dressed up and going to school – and having fun on the way there and back!
Happy Times in Noisy Village1949 Ingrid Vang Nyman
The children in Noisy Village have fun nearly all the time. They skate on the lake at North Farm – and Lars falls through a hole in the ice, but luckily manages to get out again. Lisa and Anna are going to buy yeast, and ginger, vinegar and sewing thread and sausage of the finest quality. That could take a whole day if you keep forgetting things!
Nothing but Fun in Noisy Village1952 Ingrid Vang Nyman
Lisa and Lars and Pip and Britta and Anna and Ollie climb mountains, hunt wild oxen, feed baby lambs, catch crayfish, sleep the night in the forest and dance around the maypole when midsummer comes to Noisy Village. “I pity all the people who don’t live in Noisy Village”, says Anna.
All about the Noisy Village children1961 Ilon Wikland
This volume contains: The Children of Noisy Village, More about us Noisy Village Children and Happy Times in Noisy Village
Christmas in Noisy Village1962 Ilon Wikland
Christmas is so much fun! All the children in A Day at Noisy Village are helping with the preparations. They put out sheaves for all the little birds and walk to the forest where they cut down the Christmas trees – one for the North Farm, one for the Middle Farm and one for the South Farm. There is a delightful smell of gingersnaps and sealing wax in the air and everything is so beautiful and Christmassy.
Springtime in Noisy village1965 Ilon Wikland
When spring arrives, all the children in A Day at Noisy Village go wild. They climb on the barn roof, they ride on the bull. They balance along the top of the fence and clomp through the mud. Britta, Lisa and Anna build a cubby house in the meadow. Ollie, Lars and Pip make boats out of bark and sail them along the creek. And little Kerstin – she pulls up all of mummy’s jonquils when she is supposed to go and pick wildflowers. Then, when evening comes, the children burn piles of leaves and dance with excitement around the spring fires.
A Day at Noisy Village1966 Ilon Wikland
Once Lars read in the paper that there was going to be a “Children’s Day” in Stockholm. And then Lars thought we should celebrate Children’s Day in Nosy Village as well. “We’re going to put on Children’s Day for Kerstin”, he said. If we amuse Kerstin one entire day, perhaps she’ll stop running after us all the other days when we want to be left alone.”
Alla mina barn2007
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)
The children in Noisy Village2007 Ilon Wikland
Includes 3 volumes of picture books.
(Not available in English)