Emil in the Soup Tureen (Emil of Lönneberga #12)
Whether he’s running his little sister up a flagpole or trying to escape after getting locked in a shed, Emil’s adventures never stop. Hens, dogs, little sisters and adults all flee his path. But Emil doesn’t mean to be bad, it’s just that trouble and fun follow him wherever he goes. In Emil in the Soup Tureen we meet Emil and the inhabitants of Katthult: his God-f...more
Visinteresantākais brīdis grāmatā ir tad, kad zēns staigājot ar ķekatām aizķeras aiz žoga un caur stiklu iekrīt istabā. Istabā Emīls sēdās pie galda ar savu ģimeni un tad, pēkšņi viņš i...more
It seems written for younger readers than 'Pippi' or many other of her books, as there's very little text in the book and the writing is very simple. It must be nice for a first reader - just right to give them a sense of achievement, but it only contains three of Emil's adventures.
It's charming and amusing, as is to be expected of the author, but, as there is so little text, it doesn't manage to convey all the charm and magic...more