Lotta på Bråkmakargatan (Swedish)
    1961

    Lotta på Bråkmakargatan (Swedish)

    Type:Textbook
    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Ilon Wikland
    Publisher:Rabén & Sjögren

    One day when Lotta on Bråkmakargatan had just turned five, she woke up in the morning and was angry right from the start. She had dreamed something that she didn't like, and Lotta thought that what she dreamed was true. That's why she got angry at Jonas and Mia-Maria, because they were the ones she had dreamed of. And then mother came and wanted to put on her a jumper that itched and stung. A day that started so badly can't be pleasant, can it?The second book about Lotta on Bråkmakargatan. The book has also been published as a picture book, with color illustrations by Ilon Wikland.

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