Natürlich ist Lotta ein fröhliches Kind.

Nat rlich ist Lotta ein fr hliches Kind From the author of Pippi Longstocking comes the story of Lotta a charming five year old who cannot imagine Easter without the chocolate eggs that the Easter bunny always brings But since the only c

  • Title: Natürlich ist Lotta ein fröhliches Kind.
  • Author: Astrid Lindgren
  • ISBN: 9783789168025
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Hardcover
  • From the author of Pippi Longstocking comes the story of Lotta, a charming five year old, who cannot imagine Easter without the chocolate eggs that the Easter bunny always brings But, since the only candy store in town has closed for good, that is what may happen Unless, of course, Lotta can save the day with her own stash of chocolate Santas and marzipan pigs Full coloFrom the author of Pippi Longstocking comes the story of Lotta, a charming five year old, who cannot imagine Easter without the chocolate eggs that the Easter bunny always brings But, since the only candy store in town has closed for good, that is what may happen Unless, of course, Lotta can save the day with her own stash of chocolate Santas and marzipan pigs Full color illustrations throughout.

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    1. Lotta, whom you may already have met in Barnen på Bråkmakargatan, has a foul temper and a total unwillingness to do as she's told. But she's an extremely resourceful five year old, and she's used to sorting out little family crises; just as well, since her father is utterly disorganized and often forgets essential items. Last Christmas, he arrived too late to get the last tree, but Lotta found one that, literally, fell off the back of a truck. Now it's Easter, and Lotta is not surprised at all [...]

    2. Lotta's brother and sister spoil the identity of Santa and the Easter Bunny for her, but she ends up saving the day on Easter morning when the local candy shop goes under. This illuminated the Swedish tradition of dressing up as "Easter witches" and begging for candies sounds like a good cross with Halloween. I wonder if this still goes on?

    3. I feel like Astrid Lindgren is hit and miss, which is really sad because when I like a book of hers, I really like it! This one has aspects that are sweet but there's an occasional grumpy attitude making the characters not entirely likable and children dressing up like Easter witches, asking for candy around the neighborhood - an old Swedish tradition like Halloween - that I personally find just a little odd.Ages: 6 - 10Cleanliness: There are Easter witches, Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny in t [...]

    4. Tuż przed Wielkanocą Lotta obraziła się na starsze rodzeństwo, bo zamiast chodzić z nią razem po ulicy i zbierać słodycze, wybrali przyjęcie urodzinowe u kolegi, a Lotta została sama. Snuje się po okolicy i przypadkowo odwiedza sklep cukiernika Vasilisa, który siedzi załamany na skrzyni. Vasilis wraca w rodzinne strony - jego sklep splajtował, bo ludzie kupują zbyt mało słodyczy, a na domiar złego tuż przed Wielkanocą pomylono dostawy i dostał same mikołaje i aniołki. Lot [...]

    5. In the English edition, Lotta does not reveal that she is responsible for the surprise. But I'm sure the family finds out soon after the book closes, as this little girl can't be any better at keeping secrets than any other lively 5 year old. (And besides, Christmas was only a few months ago, and it was Lotta who saved the day then, too.) Wiklund used a different medium here, and so the art has a different vibe, and isn't quite as sweet which is actually a good thing, as it's more vibrant and tr [...]

    6. Swedish Easter folklore. According to the folklore, witches go to dance with the devil during Holy Week in Christianity. Children dress up as witches and go house to house seeking candy treats. Sinister or harmless? It reminds me of Halloween in the United States. Sinister or harmless? Paganism blending with Christianity in celebration of Easter is definitely a part of this children's Easter holiday story.

    7. I don't usually rate picture books, but wanted to let anyone know who might look here that the last few pages of the book are clear that their father plays the role of the Easter Bunny and Santa Claus. So not a great pick if your child believes/your fostering a belief that they are real.

    8. (Read with little sister as part of the "1,001 Children's Books To Read")That was a very different and cute little story. With a great moral and different characters.

    9. I love the Lotta books, but parents beware: there are some Easter Bunny/Santa Claus spoilers for young children. Pretty easy to skip over though, if you know it's there.

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