Klingt meine Linde (German)

    Klingt meine Linde (German)

    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Ilon Wikland

    ”Long ago, in the days of poverty…”This is how each of the beautiful fairy tales in this book begins. Sonnenau tells the story of the two little siblings Anna and Mattias, who are all alone in the world and have to work hard for the farmer on Myra. In Sounds my linden tree, the little poorhouse lady Malin wishes for something beautiful and joyful for the poorhouse in Norka so fervently that a linden tree sprout from an ordinary pea.Translator: Anna-Liese Kornitzky

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