Pippi Goes on Board (book)

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Pippi Goes on Board
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First edition (Swedish)
Author Astrid Lindgren
Original titlePippi Långstrump går ombord
Illustrator Ingrid Vang Nyman
Country Sweden
Language Swedish
Genre Children's literature
Publisher Rabén & Sjögren
Publication date
1946

Pippi Goes on Board is a 1946 sequel to Astrid Lindgren's classic children's chapter book, Pippi Longstocking . It was followed by a further sequel Pippi in the South Seas . It was filmed in 1969 for a TV series and edited into a film in 1969.

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