Ronja Rövardotter - Vildvittrorna

    Ronja Rövardotter - Vildvittrorna

    Type:Picture Book
    Author:Astrid Lindgren
    Illustrator:Studio Ghibli
    Publisher:Rabén & Sjögren

    The second comic book about Ronja based on the Japanese animated television series by Goro Miyazaki, Studio Ghibli. Winter has come to Mattisskogen. Ronja gets a pair of her own skis and while all the robbers are snowed in the castle, Ronja can go exploring. But the forest can also be dangerous in the winter, and when Ronja gets her foot stuck in a goblin's nest, she is close to having to take her own life. If it hadn't been for Birk, she might have had to take her own life.

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