Pippi Longstocking

Pippi Longstocking Who will challenge Mighty Adolph the World s Strongest Man in a wrestling match cries the ringmaster Who else but Pippi She lifts him high in the air and carries him around the ring to the delight

  • Title: Pippi Longstocking
  • Author: Astrid Lindgren Nancy Seligsohn Florence Lamborn
  • ISBN: 9780590016551
  • Page: 159
  • Format: Paperback
  • Who will challenge Mighty Adolph, the World s Strongest Man, in a wrestling match cries the ringmaster.Who else but Pippi She lifts him high in the air and carries him around the ring, to the delight of all the children at the circus.But then everything about Pippi is strange and wonderful and funny whether she s teaching two burglars to dance or murdering arithmet Who will challenge Mighty Adolph, the World s Strongest Man, in a wrestling match cries the ringmaster.Who else but Pippi She lifts him high in the air and carries him around the ring, to the delight of all the children at the circus.But then everything about Pippi is strange and wonderful and funny whether she s teaching two burglars to dance or murdering arithmetic in her one wild day at school.Hold on to your hat and your sides.Here comes Pippi Longstocking

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    1. Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren, n e Ericsson, was a Swedish children s book author and screenwriter, whose many titles were translated into 85 languages and published in than 100 countries She has sold roughly 145 million copies worldwide Today, she is most remembered for writing the Pippi Longstocking books, as well as the Karlsson on the Roof book series.Awards Hans Christian Andersen Award for Writing 1958

    2. I'm in bed - again -today with some type of nasty bug - a relapse from last weeka traveling flu bug? cold? allergies? It's now in my chestRight when I'm reading the interview on from Fredrick Backman about his new-HIT- novel BEARTOWN - my doorbell rings. A delivery guy brought a huge vase of flowers from our daughter, Katy. Tomorrow is Mother's Day! (sweet daughter)Paul got the door - brought the flowers to the nightstand next to my bed. I told Paul what I had just read about Fredrick Backman. [...]

    3. I used to feel connected to Pippi as a kid. Because I had red/orange hair ;-) I was even called Pippi Langkous (the Dutch translation) sometimes then I swear I have this photo of myself as a kid, spitting image then, now my hair is white/orange mixed, I'm sure Pippi would have the same as an older and still eccentric lady? :-) I remember my mother, when I was a little kid, used to deck me out in a two piece suit, skirt and jacket and top it off with red stockings. I really used to hate that, did [...]

    4. I think Swedish schools today are far too influenced by Astrid Lindgren's most famous character!There is not a single person in this country who doesn't know the story of how Pippi Långstrump started school. Her friends Tommy and Annika told her that they get to have a "Christmas break", and Pippi, always staying home on her own, and therefore not entitled to a "break", thinks that is unfair. "Orättvist" is by far the word I hear most often in my conversations with Swedish adolescents, and it [...]

    5. Since I love Scandinavian authors and review many Swedish and Norwegian novels, I'm often asked what the best language is if you're planning to read one in translation. It's early days yet, but I'm starting to feel more and more certain that the answer is German. Just like Komet im Mumintal, which I read last year, Pippi Langstrumpf was an absolute winner and felt 100% authentic. It was exactly like reading it in Swedish: the melody of the sentences was the same, the word-play was the same, and, [...]

    6. Astrid Lindgren's Pippi Longstocking (originally published in Swedish as Pippi Långstrump in 1945) is likely one of the most well-known and famous Swedish children's books of all time; it has been translated into more than 50 languages and is still globally loved and admired. The original concept for the novel originated in 1944, when Astrid Lindgren's then seven year old daughter was ill with pneumonia and Lindgren told her imaginative stories about a fantastical and mischievous little girl na [...]

    7. Pippi Långstrump = Poppi Lang strump, Astrid Lindgrenعنوان: پی پی جوراب بلند؛ فی فی جوراب بلند؛ نویسنده: آسترید لیندگرن؛ عنوان: پی پی جوراب بلند؛ نویسنده: آسترید لیندگرن؛ مترجم: گلی امامی؛ تهران، ؟، 1349، در 152 ص؛ چاپ دیگر: تهران، هرمس، 1378؛ چاپ دیگر: 1379؛ 1381؛ شابک: 9646641784؛ شابک دوره: 9647100930؛ چاپ ششم 1394؛ در 173 [...]

    8. Here's my daughter reading PippiFirst, the story. Pippi was written in the 1940's and it's still utterly captivating to this generation. Pippi issuchan endearing character, irreverent, infectiously ridiculous and charmingly caring. Bonus to all kids everywhere: she makes adults look silly and kids look brilliant. She champion's the kids world: all imagination and no rules. Anything is possible and everything is an adventure. She's like the imaginary friend we'd like to be, except, in the end, sh [...]

    9. The Girl With The Dragon BootsHaving read The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, where Lisbeth is identified as a real world Pippi, I have been planning to read the supposed inspiration for a long time. For the first few chapters, it is hard to imagine how Larsson could have based the character of Lisbeth on Pippi. Eventually I learned to warp Pippi's world and squeeze it into the supposedly real world filled with rapists and thieves, where little girls have no super strength to get by on. I could the [...]

    10. i was thrilled by the thought of a new version of Pippi illustrated by Lauren Child. i grew up on Pippi. besides my wild hairstyles, she also taught me how to be spunky and lie extravagantly. perhaps i'm hard-lined. but, certain aspects of this new translation leave me cold. Ephraim Longstocking being a "king of the natives" is too much to bear. too generic to process. he is obviously a king of the CANNIBALS, as anyone with an ounce of sense can recall. also, Pippi's full name changed from "Pipp [...]

    11. تجربه ی بسیار لذت بخشی بود، خوندن داستان کودکان زیر ده سال، در بالای بیست سالگی! کلی با شوخی هاش خوش گذشت.پی پی، دقیقاً بر عکس آلیسه! آلیس یه دختر کاملاً معقول (و حتا کمی تندخو و خشک) که وسط یه شهر پر از خل و چل و دیوونه گم میشه و سعی میکنه با بدخلقی اشتباهات دیگران رو بهشون یادآور [...]

    12. Karly *The Vampire Ninja, Luminescent Monster & Wendigo Nerd Goddess of Canada (according to The Hulk)* says:

      L, is for Lindgren2.5 StarsPippi Longstocking is absolutely a case of I-read-this-too-late-in-life. This is NOT the kind of story my mom read to me as a child. I was too headstrong already, I didn’t need her reading about a ginger-haired nine year old who lifted up horses and refused to go to school. Wise move, mom, wise move. I am at somewhat of a loss as to how to review this, to be honest. There is a cuteness to it, a toughness too BUT I can’t turn off pretend-mom brain. I can’t help bu [...]

    13. “I have never tried that before, so I think I should definitely be able to do that.” This one is so nostalgic for me. I grew up having my mom read the books to me and I used to watch the movies all the time as well. Pippi Longstockingis a classic that everyone should enjoy at least once in their life. It's about a young girl who lives in a large house with a monkey and a horse, she also happens to be "the strongest girl in the world." Beside Pippi live two other children, a brother and a sis [...]

    14. Very sweet, whimsical children's book! I enjoyed reading it to my younger brothers. They usually won't sit still long enough for me to read anything to them, but they actually were asking ME to read it to them! So it was a win-win in that area! If you're looking for a good "role model" children's book, this isn't really it, but it was fun, and there certainly wasn't anything bad in it.

    15. The following may be heresy, but, as Michael Dibdin says of his novel The Last Sherlock Holmes Story, it's the heresy of the true believer. Anyway, now that everyone's read The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, we can no longer avoid the question. What does Pippi think about sex? Lisbeth Salander is repeatedly identified with Pippi, and she's quite straightforward about sex. When she wants it, she goes for it; no shame, no hangups. It's hard to believe that Pippi isn't exactly the same.Of course, Pip [...]

    16. To be honest, I have heard of “Pippi Longstocking” when I was little, but I only saw the movies of the little red haired heroine, but then again I might have read this book when I was younger. It is just that I do not remember many children’s books that I have read when I was small. “Pippi Longstocking” is a popular children’s book by Astrid Lindgren and it details the wild adventures of an unusual girl named Pippi Longstocking. “Pippi Longstocking” is clearly one of the best chi [...]

    17. I remember the day my mother came home with a copy of 'Pippi Longstocking'. I was seven, and too scared to read such a 'big' book. After my mother convinced me to, I read Pippi Longstocking and fell in love with the adventures of the independent, yet immature Pippi. It took me a couple of years before I re-read it, which was where my view on the book changed. As I used to live in Denmark, I grew up with Pippi Longstocking, Karlsson-on-the-Roof, Emil of Lönneberga, and anything Astrid Lindgren, [...]

    18. .The past is indeed another country.When I was a child I read voraciously. I have a memory that having rapaciously foraged my way through the children’s section, I was given an adult library ticket before my time. But I am sure that didn’t really happen, not even in the rough and ready borough of London where the transition took place. My wanting just made it seem real. In spite of my impatience for the adult section, I adored my time with the children’s library, and at the pinnacle of all [...]

    19. Review originally postedHERE"Pipi Longstalking" is an easy read and I can see why kids enjoy it. Pipi is funny and different and draws little children out of their normal, every-day lives with her wacky adventures.BUT, it has no plot and, therefore, is not very attractive to adult readers. It's really a series of short stories that have very little plot or meaning to them in themselves. About 75 percent through, I started just skimming the stories because they were plotless and all very similar. [...]

    20. 5 stars *(My child-experience rating, though my adult rating wouldn’t differ much.)As an adult, I find it interesting to revisit books I read as a child. Pippi Longstocking is one of two I remember most vividly; The Ugly Duckling is the other. These stories are so different from one another that I find it odd – it must say something about my personality as a child.Rereading Pippi recently, I laughed out loud throughout the first half of the story and then I’m not sure what happened. Maybe [...]

    21. Acepto que Pippi es uno de mis personajes favoritos y que tengo recuerdos de mi infancia en los que ella era mi ídolo, pero ahora que ya estoy más grande me gusta pero ya no me fascina, lo cual no es que sea malo sino que ya no tiene el encanto que me cautivo cuando era niña (desgraciadamente no todos los libros tienen en mi corazón la trascendencia de Alicia y Mafalda).Pippi es una niña peculiar, con muchas cualidades que hacen que tre agrade el personaje, aunque sí conociera una niña as [...]

    22. Astrid Lindgren is not popular enough in the United States. And that makes me sad.Her books, especially Pippi Longstocking and Carlson On The Roof are well known and loved over in Europe. It's a favorite children's classic. And it is so well deserved.When I was little, Pippi was everything I ever wanted to be : wild, free and completely unapologetic. I would get sick a lot when I was a kid (colds, pneumonia and that kind of stuff). Reading about Pippi and her adventures always made me feel bette [...]

    23. Adoro ler essas histórias que me lembram os livros que eu lia na minha infância. .Pippi uma garotinha sapeca, mas inocente ao mesmo tempo, que tem nos encantado por gerações.

    24. Her mother died when she was just a baby so she has no memory of her at all. Her father was a ship captain who was thrown overboard during a storm at sea and disappeared. Pippi Longstocking, nine years old, believes her mother is in heaven watching her, and her father on an island and has become the king of the cannibals. She lives alone in their house with a monkey named Mr. Nilsson and a horse.She often looks up at the sky and tells her mother "Don't you worry about me. I'll always come out on [...]

    25. This is a review of a new translation of a children's classic. My comments and the number of stars this edition gets has nothing to do with my adoration of Pippi Longstocking, which my review of the previous edition should make pretty clear.I'm always wildly excited to hear of new translations of books I love, so it saddens me to have to say I'm disappointed in this one.It was published in honor of the 100th anniversary of the birth of Astrid Lindgren, the author of the Pippi books. (Lindgren li [...]

    26. Childhood memories of Sunday afternoon movies on channel 41 are dancing in my head. Pippy was my favorite second only to Shirley Temple. What adventures she had-keeping a horse on the porch; rescuing children from a burning building; outsmarting thieves and nine pin playing ghosts! And she always gets it over the adults. I think my favorite chapter was when she decided she must go to school so she can have a Christmas vacation. The student of my worst nightmares

    27. This was a cute story! It made me think of Roald Dahl's writing style and creativity. This is definitely a book I'll suggest to my students.

    28. When I was a kid, my mom used to read this before going to bed. And we would laugh so much that we couldn't keep ourselves from going on and on. ah, this was a good book. I would love to re-read it when the chance arises.

    29. I always sort of assumed I had read Pippi Longstocking, until very recently when I was trying to describe it to my kids, and realized that I had seen the old movie and read other books by Astrid Lindgren, and conflated them. So I decided to remedy that all around by reading the first book aloud to my kids, and of course I had to have the fully illustrated edition with pictures by Lauren Child, because of our fondness for Charlie and Lola.The consensus? Delightful! The kids thought Pippi was hila [...]

    30. My adult self gives this a 3 star rating, but I'm throwing in the extra star, because of how much I loved it as a child. Tiny Amy would've given it all the starsif she cared about things like rating books. Which she did not. I remember being utterly fascinated with Pippi's freedom and her ability to lift heavy things, like her horse and the strong man at the circus. Now, of course, I'm such a mother, I sort of want to adopt the scruffy little thing and take care of her. Makes for a vastly differ [...]

    31. “The children came to a perfume shop. In the show window was a large jar of freckle salve, and beside the jar was a sign, which read: DO YOU SUFFER FROM FRECKLES?What does the sign say?” ask Pippi. She couldn’t read very well because she didn’t want to go to school as other children did.It says, ‘Do you suffer from freckles?’” said Annika.Does it indeed?” said Pippi thoughtfully. “Well, a civil question deserves a civil answer. Let’s go in.”She opened the door and entered t [...]

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