Astrid Lindgren has been translated into 106 languages!

A list of all the languages that one or more of Astrid Lindgren's books have been translated into. The list is updated in January 2019.

A

Afrikaans, Albanian, Alsatian, Amharic, Anii, Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani

B

Basque, Belarusian, Bengali, Bosnian, Bulgarian

C

Cakavian (Croatian dialect), Catalan, Chinese (Simplified), Chinese (Traditional), Croatian, Cymraeg (Welsh), Czech

D

Danish, Dari, Dutch and Flemish

E

Elfdalian (a dialect of Northern Dalarna), English, Esperanto, Estonian

F

Faroese, Fering-Frisian, Finnish, French

G

Galician, Georgian, German, Greenlandic

H

Hebrew, HillMari, Hindi, Hungarian

I

Icelandic, Indonesian, Interlingua, Irish (Gaelic), Italian

J

Japanese

K

Karelian, Kazak, Khmer, Kildin Sami (a Sami language), Korean, Kurmanji (a Kurdish language), Kyrgyz

L

Ladin, Latvian, Lithuanian, Lule-Saamic (one of the languages of the Sami people), Luxembourgish

M

Macedonian, Marathi, Meänkieli (a northern Finnish dialect), Modern Greek, Moldavian, Mongolian, Montenegrin, Mooring-Frisian (northern dialect)

N

Nepalese, New Norwegian, North Saamic, Norwegian Bokmål

O

Oriya

P

Pashto, Persian, Plattdeutsch (Low German), Polish, Portuguese (both Brazilian and Portuguese), Putèr

R

Romanian, Romany, Rumantsch Grischun, Russian

S

Scottish Gaelic, Serbian, Seselwa (Seychelles Creole), Singhalese, Slovakian, Slovenian, Somali, Sorani (a Kurdish language), Soreth, Southern Sami, Spanish, Sursilvan, Swahili, Sylt-Frisian

T

Tamil, Tartar, Thai, Tigrinya, Turkish, Turkmen

U

Ukrainian, Urdu, Uzbek

V

Vallader, Vietnamese

Z

Zulu

‘A childhood without books – that would be no childhood. That would be like being shut out from the enchanted place where you can go and find the rarest kind of joy.’

Astrid Lindgren, 1956

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