Immer dieser Michel (German)

    Immer dieser Michel (German)

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Björn Berg

    Michel, five years old and strong as a little ox, lives on the Katthult farm in Lönneberga, that's a village in Småland in southern Sweden. With his round blue eyes and light woolly hair you could almost mistake him for an angel - if he's asleep, but when he's not asleep he has more nonsense on his mind than any other boy in all of Lönneberga, or all of Småland, or all of Sweden, or maybe even the whole world!The complete edition contains the individual volumes "Michel in the soup bowl", "Michel must make more men" and "Michel puts the world in order".Translator: Karl Kurt Peters

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