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Pippi Longstocking - Chapters 5-6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 5. During a warm summer day, Tommy and Annika come over to Villa Villekulla and sit around eating pears. A young girl walks past them in search of her father, and Pippi begins to tell the girl of an experience she had on a trip to China. Tommy, Annika and the young girl are enthralled with Pippi’s story, but the girl is not as believing as Pippi’s friends are. She is convinced Pippi is lying, and Pippi takes offense to the accusations. When the girl recants her accusations, Pippi admits she was lying and chides the girl for being so gullible.

When the girl walks away, Pippi has an idea to climb one of the ancient oak trees in the garden of her home. Pippi, adventurous as usual, climbs higher than Tommy and Annika are willing to go, but she encourages them to climb higher...

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