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  1. MsAprilVincent MsAprilVincent says:

    Pippi Longstocking was my hero when I was a little girl Come on the strongest girl in the world who s richer than God and lives by herself with a horse and a monkey I LOVED HER.This is the book where Pippi goes on a picnic, gets shipwrecked, and is reunited with her father I always get a lump in my throat at the end, whether I m nine or twenty nine or older.The I think about it, the I realize that Pippi is a real feminist icon She takes care of herself, she doesn t rely on any man well, at nine years old, she s a little young to be a trophy wife anyway , she s generous but not a doormat, and she does pretty much whatever she wants On the other hand, she s not really a model of educational excellence, as is proven when she writes herself a letter However, I too have found that pluttification is not a necessity in my real life.She is just, but not cruel In this book, Pippi rescues a horse from its master s whip, but she doesn t whip the master like I would have And she makes a horrible man pay for ruined hot dogs after doling out her special brand of justice.So I guess the truth is right here I STILL LOVE PIPPI LONGSTOCKING.


  2. Brad Brad says:

    I happened to be reading this with my daughter at the same time I was rereading the Culture novel Consider Phlebas and I couldn t keep the two separate Pippi just seems like the perfect member of the Culture, decent, headstrong, hedonistic, in love with her post scarcity living, and a bit too flaky for her own good All that led to this 9 Pippi Goes Aboard Pippilotta Delicatessa Windowshade Mackrelmint Efraim s Daughter Longstocking closed the door to her cabin aboard General Contact Unit Villa Villekulla and hung her red ribbon from her custom door stud for the last time then she lifted the horse drone down from its pedestal It was completely capable of using its anti gravity forcefield, but it preferred to have Pippi set him down so for the last time she lifted him down off his pedestal The primate shaped drone, Mr Nilsson, already hovered over her shoulder, projecting simultaneous auras of importance and annoyance He understood that something special was going to happen Well, I guess that s all, said Pippi Tommy and Annika nodded Yes, I guess it is It s still early, said Pippi Let s walk that will take longer Tommy and Annika nodded again, but they didn t say anything Then they started walking toward the town, toward the harbour, toward the Cliff Class Superlifter Hoptoad The horse, forced to use his anti gravity now, floated along slowly behind them.Pippi glanced over her shoulder at her cabin door Nice little place, she said No bugs, clean and comfortable, and that s probably than you can say about the hovels where I ll be living in the future Tommy and Annika said nothing If there are an awful lot of bugs in my Drezen hovel, continued Pippi, I ll train them and keep them in a box and play Run, Medjel, Run with them at night I ll tie little bows around their antennae, and the two most faithful and affectionate I will call Tommy and Annika, and they shall sleep with me at night Not even this could make Tommy and Annika talkative What on earth is wrong with you asked Pippi irritably I tell you it is dangerous to keep quiet too long Tongues dry up if you don t use them On Vavatch I once knew an Eater who never said a word And once when he wanted to say to me, You look yummy, dear Pippi, come let me eat you, he opened his mouth and can you guess what he said First he made some horrible faces, for his teeth had fallen out and he needed metal ones, and then a sound came out U buy uye muy I looked in his mouth, and, imagine there lay his tongue like a little wilted leaf, and as long as he lived, which wasn t long I admit, that Eater could never say anything but U buy uye muy It would be awful if the same thing should happen to you Let me see if you can say this better than the Eater did You look yummy, dear Pippi, come let me eat you, or at least, have a nice mission, Pippi Go on, try it Have a nice mission, dear Pippi, and thanks for your visit, said Tommy and Annika obediently.There was the Smallbay there lay the Hoptoad Captain Efraim stood near the ramp, shouting his commands, the drones hovered back and forth to make everything ready for departure All the people on the GCU had crowded into the Smallbay to wave good by to Pippi, and here she came with Tommy and Annika and the horse and Mr Nilsson Pippi nodded and smiled to the left and the right Then she took up the horse, who obediently shut down his force fields and carried him up the ramp The poor old drone cast a suspicious aura, for old drones don t care very much for Contact missions Well, here you are, my beloved operative called Captain Efraim He folded her in his arms, and they hugged each other with all the power that their hyperactive adrenals could muster They nearly cracked each other s ribs captain and operative and it took a moment to catch their breath That was when Pippi noticed Annika s tears and Tommy s frustration Pippi came running down the ramp and rushed over to them She took their hands in hers Ten minutes left, she said Then Annika threw herself against the force field of Mr Nilsson and cried as if her heart would break Tommy clenched his teeth and looked murderous He would not cry for anything.All the people of GCU Villa Villekulla gathered around Pippi They took out their bird whistles, manufactured by the GCU for the occasion, and blew the farewell tune the GCU had composed for her It sounded sad beyond words, for it was a very, very mournful tune Annika was crying so hard she could hardly catch her breath, and Tommy was so tense he had to think to engage his endorphins just so he could calm down.The people crowded in from all directions to say good by to Pippi She raised her hand and asked them to be quiet Hereafter, she said, I ll only have little Drezeni savages to play with I don t know how we will amuse ourselves perhaps I ll actually have do some work Perhaps I will teach them some pluttification I suppose we ll manage to pass the time some way Pippi paused Both Tommy and Annika felt that they hated those Drezeni Pippi would know in the future But, continued Pippi, Perhaps a day will come when their planet is a part of the Culture, a long dreary century from now, when I will have taught them all to pluttify, and then I could come back here, to the GCU Villa Villekulla and everything can be just like it is now all over again The people blew a still sadder tune on their bird whistles Pippi, it s time to come aboard, called Captain Efraim Aye, aye, captain, called Pippi She turned to Tommy and Annika She looked at them Close the ramp, Fridolf cried Captain Efraim to his knife missile Fridolf did The Hoptoad was ready for her mission of Contact Then No, Captain Efraim, cried Pippi, watching the crowd in the Smallbay watching Tommy and Annika through the viewscreen, I can t do it, I just can t bear to do it What is it you can t bear to do asked Captain Efraim I can t bear to see anyone in the Culture crying and being sorry on account of me least of all Tommy and Annika Put down the ramp again I m staying on Villa Villekulla.Captain Efraim stood silent for a minute Do as you like, he said at last You always have done that And so you should too Pippi nodded Yes, I ve always done that, she said quietly You know, Papa, Efraim I think it s best to live on a decent GCU and not disrupt my comfort on some stinky, backwater planet don t you think so too You re right, as always, Pippi, answered Captain Efraim It is certain that you live a ordered life on GCU Villa Villekulla, and that is probably best for you Fridolf anticipated your decision, and your replacement is already onboard Just so then, said Pippi It s surely best for me to live and orderly life, especially since I can t order it myself Pippi said goodbye to the drones on the Hoptoad and hugged Captain Efraim once Then she lifted her still grounded horse and carried him down the ramp Mr Nilsson floated along beside her with a content aura The Hoptoad was cut off by a force field generated by the GCU and vented out of the Smallbay, leaving Pippi with the people of Villa Villekulla where she would always be happy freely adapted from Chapter 9 of Astrid Lindgren s Pippi Goes On Board with Iain M Banks Culture novels in mind.


  3. Tukunjil Nayeera Tukunjil Nayeera says:

    Well, well Captain Longstocking, the cannibal king is back What a pleasant surprise However, this book is not nearly as good as the very first book of Pippi Longstocking series I m a little bit disappointed actually.


  4. Becca Garber Becca Garber says:

    Delightful, as always


  5. Fredrika Fredrika says:

    It s a classic and, reading it, I totally understand why I LOVED it


  6. Jason Jason says:

    Read in this Pippi compilation.4 21 19 The problem with giving up one s home computer for Lent and, by extension, writing Goodreads reviews is that one has forgotten the most salient points of a book he read close to Ash Wednesday if said book wasn t all that interesting I m afraid that s the case here.I do remember thinking that I could almost copy paste my issues from the first Pippi Longstocking book, for they were the same My two star rating is personal, and I still think this is a good book for kids, however I m the wrong audience for it It s a series of short adventures and not a novel It s too silly.I won t expound upon those since I did it in my review of the first book But I would like to point out that I didn t find Pippi as obnoxious in this story as she was in the preceding one.There s also no real conflict in this, and I normally need that in order to enjoy a story The Secret Garden being an exception Sure, Pippi is getting ready to go away at the end, and Tommy and Annika are all sad and stuff, and I reckon that counts as a kind of conflict, but I need something with a little oomph.But, again, I think kids in the target audience would enjoy this if they enjoyed the first one, so don t let my lackluster response deter you from giving it a go.


  7. Gretchen Gretchen says:

    It s surely best for little children to live an orderly life, especially if they can order it themselves This sums up Pippi s philosophy of life as she continues her adventures in a second installment Not as good as the original Pippi Longstocking, but it still entertained my children and captured their imaginations While the adventures in this book lack some of the hilarity of the first book in the series, Pippi s compassion and generosity are highlighted, which adds a personal touch to this superhuman little girl Also, I felt like the underlying current of children being thwarted by their parents was not as strong in this book, which I appreciated.


  8. Nilsson Nilsson says:

    Tommy and Annika are two kooky individuals.Pippi makes sense to me, but her neighbours are the ones I can t wrap my head around Haven t they any imagination Haven t they ever done anything fun by themselves Why are they always so uptight and easily impressed It s a good thing they know somebody like Pippi who cares enough to take the time to show them how to enjoy their lives Otherwise they might have never learned how to be normal, and always been so strange The townspeople ought to stop being so nosy about a good person like Pippi, I think, and pay attention to the bizarre things about the other children.


  9. Amalie Amalie says:

    I absolutely love her I always did, and always will However, it s sad to see so much racism in this It is not hateful racism, but racism nonetheless It s odd because Pippi herself gleefully loves everyone, and doesn t sound like a racist at all I guess, there will be racist jokes in the next book, Pippi in the South Seas where she will be sailing in the south seas and to the cannibal island.


  10. Emily Mellow Emily Mellow says:

    Good, but didn t love it as much as the first book My kids are still excited about the final Pippi book


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