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Lauren Child is the award-winning creator of the characters Charlie and Lola. She has won the Smarties Gold Award and the Kate Greenaway Medal. Lauren lives in London.
Tiina Nunnally has translated over twenty books from Scandinavian languages into English. She lives in Seattle, Washington.
This is a wonderful version of this classic story because the playful illustrations by Lauren Child. Read morePublished 9 days ago by RWM
Great classic story of a fantastic character that the reader wants to go on adventures with. Love the Lauren Child illustrations in this edition too, making the story come even... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Justin Cecil
My 3 year old and 5 year old girls just want to read it over and over again. Usually that drives me crazy but this book is so cute and funny that I look forward to it too.Published 9 months ago by CDM
The book came without a jacket and with the corners worn down. Paid for a new book- did not look like a new book. Not good, since I was going to give it as a gift.Published 11 months ago by Whitney S.
Ah, the fantasy of living on your own without a care in the world, with only a vague sense of responsibilities and the knowledge that your parents died when you were a child. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Garrett Zecker
I love Pippi Longstocking and in particular this version. I love good illustrations, especially for kids transitioning over to chapter books. Read morePublished 12 months ago by NewMom
The illustrations in this book are truly the selling point, I think. I agree with others that the translations leaves something to be desired. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Brandy N.