• Pippi Longstocking

    Pippi Longstocking

    1945 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    Pippi Longstocking is the strongest and kindest and jolliest and richest girl in the whole world. She lives all alone in Villekulla Cottage with her horse and her pet monkey, Mr Nelson. She also has an entire suitcase filled with gold coins. In the house next-door, live Tommy and Annika and since Pippi moved in, life has become a lot more fun!

  • Pippi goes on board

    Pippi goes on board

    1946 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In this book we get to accompany Pippi when she buys 18 kg of sweets, when she goes to the fair and tames boa constrictors and villains, when she takes Tommy and Annika to a desert island and is shipwrecked for two days. But then along comes Captain Longstocking in his sailing-ship, Hoptoad wanting Pippi to go with him to the the South Sea island where he was washed ashore after having been blown overboard during a violent storm.

  • Do you know Pippi Longstocking

    Do you know Pippi Longstocking

    1947 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    A beloved picture-book about Pippi Longstocking when she moves into Villekulla Cottage and meets her new playmates, Tommy and Annika. And now, with Ingrid Vang Nyman’s illustrations revitalised in their original colours.

  • Pippi in the South Seas

    Pippi in the South Seas

    1948 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    In this third book about Pippi, the children are searching for a “squeazle” and organise a quiz – Pippi-style! Tommy and Annika get to go with Pippi to Kurrekurredutt Island in the South Seas and Pippi conquers the villains who want to steal the pearls that the Kurredutt children play marbles with. Finally, they eat Krumelur pills – then they’ll never have to grow up …

  • The best of Pippi Longstocking

    The best of Pippi Longstocking

    1952 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    Omnibus containing the books, Pippi Longstocking, Pippi Goes On Board and Pippi in The South Seas.

  • 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 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 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)

  • 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)

  • 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

  • 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)

  • 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.

  • Pippi Longstocking in the Park

    Pippi Longstocking in the Park

    2000 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    Pippi decides to move to Humlegården Park in the Royal Capital for a while, and she’s taking along with her Tommy and Annika, the horse and Mr Nelson. This story was originally written in 1949 for a “Children’s Day” celebration and published as a two-colour booklet. It was discovered afresh and published in book form in the year 2000.

  • Pippi Långstrump på Kurrekurreduttön

    Pippi Långstrump på Kurrekurreduttön

    2004 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    Captain Longstocking’s fatherly and royal wish is for Pippi to come to Kurrekurredutt Island for a visit. Tommy and Annika get to come along on the exciting journey. The episodes are taken from Pippi in the South Seas. Karin Nyman has selected the text. Colour treatment by Jonas Hjelm.

    (Not available in English)

  • Ur-Pippi

    Ur-Pippi

    2007

    Foreword by Karin Nyman and comments by Ulla Lundqvist

    Astrid Lindgren’s original manuscript about Pippi Longstocking is published here for the first time. Initially, it was rejected by Albert Bonniers Förlag, but having been reworked, it was accepted and published by Rabén & Sjögren in 1945. The comments at the end of the book were written by Ulla Lundqvist who is an author, critic and children’s literature researcher, among other things. The revolutionary Pippi Longstocking we all know appears mild in comparison with the original Pippi.

    (Not available in English)

  • Pippi hittar en spunk

    Pippi hittar en spunk

    2008 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    One morning when Tommy and Annika came skipping into Pippi’s kitchen, in their usual fashion, Pippi is sitting on top of the kitchen table smiling. She, her very self, has invented a brand spanking new word. A very special word! One of the best she’s ever heard! The word is squeazle! The chapter entitled, “Pippi finds a squeazle ” from Pippi in the South Seas has become a picture-book. It includes all the original text along with Ingrid Vang Nyman’s pictures which, for this edition, have been restored and coloured by Björn Hedlund.

    (Not available in English)

  • Pippi fixes everything

    Pippi fixes everything

    2010 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    Pippi returns to fix everything in this book of comics. Not only do Pippi and her friends celebrate her birthday but we meet Pippi´s long lost father, The Island King.

  • Pippi moves in!

    Pippi moves in!

    2010 Ingrid Vang Nyman

    The irrepressible Pippi Longstocking makes her comic book debut in English. First published in 1957, written by Astrid Lindgren and drawn by original series Ingrid Vang Nyman, this long lost mid-century classic has been translated into English for the first time byrenowned translator Tiina Nunally.