The Cork Is Flying/Korken flyger
In The Cork is Flying, Barnhans and his friends wait with excitement for the Cork to arrive. In the meantime, Old-man-teddybear devotes himself to genealogical research, Muskrat writes a poem and Barnhans finds a Dott-teddy who becomes everyone’s pet. And they all wonder in what way the Cork will appear. Flying, floating or jumping?
In Barnhan’s land there are many wayward characters, just like in life. In the What Are We Living For series, ALMA recipient Barbro Lindgren writes about a world which caused reviewers to wax lyrical about a modern Winnie the Pooh, “all-ages books that must be appreciated by all oddballs, children and adults alike.” Eva Eriksson’s lovely illustrations make this an unforgettable reading experience.