Publisher:Astrid Lindgren Text

    Pippiperspektiv – strong voices about the world’s strongest girl! For 75 years, she has conquered the world. Entertained, amazed, questioned and provoked. Loved by children and presented as a figurehead and symbol of the free and anti-authoritarian, Pippi Longstocking is just as relevant now as she was when Astrid Lindgren wrote the first book about her, in the midst of a blazing world war. No one seems to have been untouched by Pippi Longstocking! The Pippiperspektiv is an anniversary book in which famous writers and illustrators present their view of Pippi Longstocking in words and pictures. Original, funny, thoughtful texts and interviews by sharp-minded Swedish and foreign writers, fantastic new illustrations, many photos and titbits of information about Pippi are included in this lavish tribute book. Among the participants are Susanna Alakoski, Jens Andersen, Kitty Crowther, Jan Eliasson, Tarja Halonen, Agnes Lidbeck, Inger Nilsson, Suzanne Osten, Roland Paulsen, Pipilotti Rist, Meg Rosoff, Alicia Vikander, Björn Ulvaeus and many more! Chief editor Maina Arvas, design by Daniel Bjugård.

    Book Pippiperspektiv (in Swedish)

    Book Pippiperspektiv (in Swedish)

    Pippi Longstocking

    189.00 SEK
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      Astrid Lindgren in Norway

      The first to bring Astrid Lindgren's books abroad was the publisher Damm & Søn in Oslo, with their Norwegian edition of "Pippi Longstocking" already appearing in 1946. This marked the beginning of a long-standing relationship. Today, most of her books in Norway are published by Cappelen Damm, a publishing house formed through the merger of Cappelen and Damm. Astrid's book adaptations into films also became popular in Norway, as did her famous songs. One of Astrid Lindgren's favorite books was "Hunger" by the Norwegian author Knut Hamsun; she often mentioned it as one of her greatest reading experiences.