Emil i Lönneberga

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Emil of Lönneberga (from Swedish: Emil i Lönneberga) is a series of children's novels by Astrid Lindgren.wikipedia
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Astrid Lindgren

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Emil of Lönneberga (from Swedish: Emil i Lönneberga) is a series of children's novels by Astrid Lindgren.
She is best known for several children's book series, featuring Pippi Longstocking, Emil i Lönneberga, Karlsson-on-the-Roof, and the Six Bullerby Children (Children of Noisy Village in the US), and for the children's fantasy novels Mio, My Son, Ronia the Robber's Daughter, and The Brothers Lionheart.

Lönneberga

Emil, the title character, is a prankster who lives on a farm in the Lönneberga village of Småland, Sweden.
Lönneberga is mostly known from the children's books by Astrid Lindgren about Emil i Lönneberga.

Vimmerby

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Emil Svensson lives with his family on a farm called Katthult, set in the village of Lönneberga a few miles from the town of Vimmerby.
When Astrid Lindgren wrote her books about the country boy Emil of Lönneberga she used much information from her own upbringing in the rural areas of Vimmerby.

Emil i Lönneberga (film)

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Emil i Lönneberga is a 1971 Swedish film, the first of three films based on the Emil i Lönneberga books written by Astrid Lindgren.

New Mischief by Emil

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Nya hyss av Emil i Lönneberga is a 1972 Swedish film, the second of three films about the Emil i Lönneberga by Astrid Lindgren.

Emil and the Piglet

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Emil and the Piglet (Emil och griseknoen) is a 1973 Swedish film, the third of three films based on the Emil i Lönneberga books written by Astrid Lindgren.

Sweden

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Emil, the title character, is a prankster who lives on a farm in the Lönneberga village of Småland, Sweden.
The Swedish writer to have made the most lasting impression on world literature is the children's book writer Astrid Lindgren, and her books about Pippi Longstocking, Emil, and others.

Michel aus Lönneberga

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Michel aus Lönneberga is a German-Swedish television adaptation of Astrid Lindgren's Emil i Lönneberga books.

That Boy Emil

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That Boy Emil (original: Emil & Ida i Lönneberga) is a Swedish animated film based on the Astrid Lindgren books of Emil i Lönneberga.

Emīla nedarbi

Emīla nedarbi ("Проделки сорванца" - Tricks of rascal) is a 1985 Latvian TV-film about the Astrid Lindgren character, Emil i Lönneberga.

Swedish language

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Emil of Lönneberga (from Swedish: Emil i Lönneberga) is a series of children's novels by Astrid Lindgren.

Practical joke

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Emil, the title character, is a prankster who lives on a farm in the Lönneberga village of Småland, Sweden.

Småland

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Emil, the title character, is a prankster who lives on a farm in the Lönneberga village of Småland, Sweden.

Illustration

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The books have appeared in 44 languages (2014), in most cases with the original Swedish illustrations by Björn Berg.

Typhus

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While playing "pretend" he makes everyone believe they have contracted typhus.

Rural dean

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He eventually accumulates 369 of them, except for the one that his mother buries because she claims it looks too much like the rural dean.

Sepsis

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He is also brave, and saves the farmhand Alfred's life when he has blood poisoning.

Profanity

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Alcohol and swearing are strictly forbidden in the Svenssons' house.

Erich Kästner

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In Germany, Emil is known as Michel aus Lönneberga, for marketing reasons, as there was also another Emil established on the children's book market in West Germany in the 1960s: the boy Emil Tischbein in Erich Kästner's Emil und die Detektive from the 1920s.

Emil and the Detectives

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In Germany, Emil is known as Michel aus Lönneberga, for marketing reasons, as there was also another Emil established on the children's book market in West Germany in the 1960s: the boy Emil Tischbein in Erich Kästner's Emil und die Detektive from the 1920s.

Emy Storm

Emmy Karolina Fyhring-Ljungberg (née Storm; 20 May 1925 – 24 November 2014), known professionally as Emy Storm, was a Swedish actress best known for her role as Alma, the mother of Emil i Lönneberga.

I kveld med YLVIS

Tonight with Ylvis
The show has several regular segments like "Hyss i Småland" (Pranks in Småland) where they do various pranks dressed as 19th century farmers, mimicking the style of Emil i Lönneberga, and "Kan dette brukes som vann-ski?"