Pippi is not only strong and kind, she is also independent, generous, playful, funny and adventurous. Here are some suggestions on how to have fun with Pippi. Have a lovely playtime!
Why I walked backwards?’ Pippi said. ‘We live in a free country, don’t we? Aren’t you allowed to walk any way you want? Let me tell you that in Egypt every single person walks like that and no-one thinks it’s strange in the slightest.’
Inger Nilsson (Pippi), Pär Sundberg (Tommy) and Maria Persson (Annika) became mega-stars when the TV series about Pippi Longstocking started airing in February 1969. Fans called or wrote letters every day and when they were due to sign records at the big department store, NK, in central Stockholm, chaos broke out and the whole street of ‘Hamngatan’ had to be closed off.
There are three apps based on Pippi Longstocking available in English. You can purchase them from Apple’s app-store or Google Play for Android.
Pippi Longstocking’s Villa Villekulla contains 20 fun mini games inside what is possibly the world’s most exciting house for children! Available in Swedish, English and German.
Pippi Longstocking’s Puzzle contains six fun jigsaw puzzles from the books and the films about the strongest girl in the world, Pippi Longstocking. The puzzles can be adjusted to suit children of all ages.For iPhone and iPad