Natürlich ist Lotta ein fröhliches Kind

    Natürlich ist Lotta ein fröhliches Kind

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

    "Easter on Noisemaker Street. The Easter bunny comes and hides Easter eggs full of candy in the bushes. But the candy store is closed and there is no candy to buy anywhere else in town! How are Lotta and Jonas and Mia-Maria supposed to get their Easter candy there? Everyone is sad because this Easter isn't going to be the same as usual, except for Lotta, who knows what surprises are waiting outside in the shed.Translator: Anna-Liese Kornitzky"


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

    Lotta, in Lotta's Christmas Surprise
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