Det gränslösaste äventyret (Swedish)

    Det gränslösaste äventyret (Swedish)

    Author:Astrid Lindgren, Jacob Forsell, Johan Erséus, Margareta Strömstedt
    Publisher:Eriksson & Lindgren

    The most limitless adventure – the reading adventure – Astrid Lindgren experienced early in life. She wanted to share that experience. She has described the desire to read as 'the key to the enchanting land, where you can find the rarest of all joys.'The most limitless adventure contains several essays by Astrid Lindgren, about literature, about hunger for reading and about the reading of her own childhood and youth. Editor: Lena Törnqvist

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