Emil and the Sneaky Rat
    1966

    Emil and the Sneaky Rat

    Type:Chapter Book
    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Mini Grey
    Publisher:Oxford University Press

    When this story begins, Emil has just carved his ninety-seventh little wooden figure and when it ends he’s already made one hundred and twenty-five of them. So you can work out how many pranks he’s got up to in the meantime. How he’s poured dumpling mixture over his father, for example, and celebrated his hundredth carving jubilee in the wood store and how he shocked them all in Katthult when he put on a Christmas party for everybody at the poorhouse.The second book about Emil i Lönneberga, one of the most beloved of all of Astrid Lindgren’s characters, and the one she liked best. The stories of Emil are based on her own father Samuel August and everything he told her about his childhood in Småland during the end of the 19th century.In 2020, the books have been newly illustrated by Mini Grey and published by Oxford University Press in the UK. Previous editions were illustrated by Tony Ross.Translator: Susan Beard

    Emil and the Sneaky Rat

    Emil and the Sneaky Rat

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