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Books with title The Adventures of Pippi Longstocking

  • The Adventures of Pippi Longstocking

    Astrid Lindgren, Michael Chesworth

    Hardcover (Viking Books for Young Readers, Oct. 1, 1997)
    An enticing, newly illustrated collection of the enduringly popular Pippi stories. Since Pippi Longstocking was first published in 1950, the escapades of the incomparable Pippi,the girl with upside-down braids and no parents to tell her what to do, have delighted boys and girls alike. Now, for the first time, Pippi Longstocking, Pippi Goes on Board, and Pippi in the South Seas are all together in one bumper volume, with new illustrations in full-color and black-and-white.The collection is an ideal introduction for anyone discovering Pippi for the first time, while confirmed fans will enjoy revisiting their favorite episodes and recalling some they've forgotten. Her admirers will also find fascinating new biographical information about author Astrid Lindgren and the origin of the Pippi stories. Astrid Lindgren was awarded the 1958 Hans Christian Andersen Medal for her contribution to international children's literature.
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  • The Best of Pippi Longstocking

    Astrid-Lindgren

    Paperback (Oxford University Press, Aug. 6, 2015)
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  • The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking: The Story Book Based on the Movie

    Ken Annakin, Astrid Lindgren

    Hardcover (Viking Juvenile, July 29, 1988)
    Eleven-year-old Pippi returns to Villa Villekulla and has a series of humorous adventures with neighbors Tommy and Annika, the horse Alfonso, and her monkey, Mr. Nilsson
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  • the adventures of pip

    Enid Blyton

    Hardcover (Dean & Son, March 15, 1968)
    None
  • The Best of Pippi Longstocking

    Astrid Lindgren, Tony Ross

    Paperback (Oxford Univ Pr, July 5, 2012)
    Pippi Longstocking is nine years old and lives all by herself with a horse, a monkey, a suitcase full of gold, and no grown-ups to tell her what to do. She's wild and funny and her crazy ideas are always getting her into trouble!In these three favourite stories, Pippi performs at the circus, is reunited with her long-lost father, and takes her friends Tommy and Annika on a trip to the Canny Canny Islands. She also finds a squeazle, gives a shark a good telling-off, and turns 43 somersaults in the air before breakfast!Everything's fun with Pippi around!This edition is illustrated throughout with black and white line drawings by best-selling artist, Tony Ross.
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  • Adventures of Pippi Longstocking

    Astrid. LINDGREN

    Hardcover (Viking,, NY:, Jan. 1, 1997)
    New copy. Fast shipping. Will be shipped from US.
  • The Adventures of Long Tail

    Nan Schroeder

    language (Xlibris, Sept. 27, 2010)
    This book is based upon a family of cats that have human characteristics. The animal families face challenging problems with wild dogs and other cats. They learn to trust humans who give them loving care and kindness. An unusual friendship occurs between cats and squirrels as they learn to trust each other. The book is for children aged 8-12, however, every adult who has read it said they not only enjoyed it, but were left with a loving, lasting feeling, which they thought would be a wonderful influence for children to share. Anyone who loves animals will love this story. ================================The book would be a good one for a family read. Many good points are given without being preachy. There is human-animal relationship, kindness, sacrifice, and courage. Parents should be aware that the author does not idealize the lives of feral cats. While there are happy, fluffy times, we also see that the cats have to be ever vigilant in a hostile world, as their world is sometimes violent. Their struggle to survive is well told within the context of the story and their reasons to distrust humans painful. There is a death early in the story that could bring tears. There is still a lot fun in the book and there are humans who act out of kindness. There are heartwarming scenes where the older cats begin to trust humans. By Mack Lundyhttp://www.revish.com/reviews/0738835048/MaxAbout The AuthorNan is a college professor and teaches computer sciences and early American history. When she is not teaching she writes stories about children and animals.
  • The Adventures of Pip

    enid-blyton

    Hardcover (Dean & Son, March 15, 2007)
    Rare Book
  • The Amazing Pippi Longstocking

    Astrid Lindgren

    Paperback (Penguin Group, March 15, 1996)
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  • The Adventures of Long Arm

    Sam Nixon

    Paperback (Scholastic Press, July 2, 2015)
    Adventures of Long Arm
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  • The Adventures of Pip

    Blyton. Enid.

    Hardcover (Dean & Son Ltd, March 15, 1965)
    None
  • The Adventures of Long Tail

    Nan Schroeder

    Paperback (Xlibris Corp, Sept. 25, 2000)
    This book is based upon a family of cats that have human characteristics. The animal families face challenging problems with wild dogs and other cats. They learn to trust humans who give them loving care and kindness. An unusual friendship occurs between cats and squirrels as they learn to trust each other.The book is for children aged 8-12, however, every adult who has read it said they not only enjoyed it, but were left with a loving, lasting feeling, which they thought would be a wonderful influence for children to share. Anyone who loves animals will love this story. ============================================The book would be a good one for a family read. Many good points are given without being preachy. There is human-animal relationship, kindness, sacrifice, and courage. Parents should be aware that the author does not idealize the lives of feral cats. While there are happy, fluffy times, we also see that the cats have to be ever vigilant in a hostile world, as their world is sometimes violent. Their struggle to survive is well told within the context of the story and their reasons to distrust humans painful. There is a death early in the story that could bring tears. There is still a lot fun in the book and there are humans who act out of kindness. There are heartwarming scenes where the older cats begin to trust humans. By Mack Lundyrevish.com/reviews/0738835048/Max
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