Pippi Longstocking - Study Guide Chapter 3 "Pippi Plays Tag with Some Policemen" Summary & Analysis

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The people of the small town find out about Pippi living by herself and think she should go to a children's home. One afternoon, Pippi has Tommy and Annika over for coffee and pepparkakor. Since it is a nice day, they are outside. Two police officers enter the yard. Pippi is happy to see them. One of the officers asks if Pippi is the girl who moved into Villa Villekulla. They explain good people are arranging for her to go to a children's home. Pippi says she has a children's home. The officer asks where it is. Pippi replies it is her house. The officer smiles and says she needs to go to an actual children's home. Pippi asks if animals are allowed there, and the officer says no. Pippi informs the officers...

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