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Pippi Longstocking Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 "Pippi Goes to School" Summary

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Chapter 4 "Pippi Goes to School" Summary

When Tommy and Annika go to school they look at Pippi's house, wishing they could play with her. They think it would be fun if Pippi went to school too. After their homework, the brother and sister visit Pippi. Tommy and Annika talk about how nice school is. Tommy says they just have to go until two o'clock. Annika points out they have holiday and summer vacations. Pippi decides it is not right. Tommy asks what she means. Pippi says it will be Christmas in four months, and she will not get a vacation. She decides to go to school. Happily, Tommy and Annika tell her they will pick her up at eight o'clock. Pippi says she can't go that early, but that she will ride. At ten o'clock the next day, Pippi rides her horse to...

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