Pippi Longstocking is the girl that every child wants to be. Mischief and hilarious situations seem to follow Pippi wherever she goes. She lives all alone, is strong and rich, and very fun and funny. She carries out all her outrageous schemes and games with her new friends, Tommy and Annika. A... read more
This is the story of Pippi Longstocking who lives in the Villa Villekula and her horse and monkey (Mr. NIilsson). Pippi is stronger than any policeman ever seen in all the world and is forever rushing from one adventure to the other with her red pigtails that stick straight out and her... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
This is the story of Pippi Longstocking who lives in the Villa Villekula and her horse and monkey (Mr. NIilsson). Pippi is stronger than any policeman ever seen in all the world and is forever rushing from one adventure to the other with her red pigtails that stick straight out and her mistmatched stockings.
“'Have I behaved very badly?' asked Pippi, much astonished. "Goodness, I didn't know that.'”Pippi
“There was no one to tell her to go to bed just when she was having fun the most...or make her take cod liver oil.”
“No doubt I should lie awake nights and wonder and wonder, 'What in the world is the capital of Portugal?' But one can't be having fun all the time.”Pippi
“'But nightshirts aren't dangerous,' Pippi assured her. 'They don't bite anybody except in self-defense.'”Pippi
“I'm going to be a pirate when I grow up.”Pippi
“'Hurray!' said Pippi. 'This must be my lucky day too! Policemen are the very best things I know. Next to rhubarb pudding.'”Pippi
“'Well now, Pippi, how much do you think eight and four are?' 'Oh about sixty-seven,' hazarded Pippi. 'Of course not,' said the teacher. 'Eight and four are twelve.' 'Well now, really my dear little woman,' said Pippi, 'that is carrying things too far. You just said that seven and five are twelve. There should be some rhyme and reason to things even in school. Furthermore, if you are so childishly interested in that foolishness, why don't you sit down in a corner by yourself and do arithmetic and leave us alone so we can play tag?'”
1. Pippi Moves into Villa Villekulla
2. Pippi Is a Thing-finder and Gets into a Fight
3. Pippi Plays Tag with Some Policemen
4. Pippi Goes to School
5. Pippi Sits on the Gate and Climbs a Tree
6. Pippi Arranges a Picnic
7. Pippi Goes to the Circus
8. Pippi Entertains Two Burglars
9. Pippi Goes to a Coffee Party
10. Pippi Acts as a Lifesaver
11. Pippi Celebrates Her Birthday
Followed by Pippi Goes on Board .
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