Lotta's Christmas Surprise (English)

    Lotta's Christmas Surprise (English)

    Type:Picture Book
    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Ilon Wikland

    Also published under the name "Of Course Polly Can Do Almost Everything". Five-year-old Lotta knows how to do lots of things, but when her father comes home with the terrible news that there are no more Christmas trees in their town, even Lotta doesn't know what to do. As she goes to buy a newspaper, Lotta sees a man with a truck full of Christmas trees. The man won't sell her one, but she won't give up that easily!


    “It’s funny, how many things I can do.”

    Lotta, in Lotta's Christmas Surprise
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