Pippi Longstocking moves into Villekulla Cottage

Pippi Longstocking

Place: Villekulla Cottage


10.15 – 10.30

11.00 – 11.15

13.00 – 13.15


On the outskirts of the Tiny Tiny Town there is an old overgrown garden, and in the garden there is an old house. The house is called Villekulla Cottage. Tommy and Annika often walk past Villekulla Cottage wishing dearly that someone would move in. On this day, they’ve hurried there because they have heard Miss Prysselius say that someone is actually living there now. Miss Prysselius, who is chairwoman of the child welfare committee and runs the children’s home in the small town, doesn’t think it is at all acceptable for a young girl to live all by herself in a big house. She decides to visit Pippi and take her to the children’s home so that Pippi can have things sorted out for her.


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