1902 - 1980
Turngren, Annette. (1961). The copper kettle. (Illustrated by Polly Jackson). Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. INTR-FIC T9544co.
The new adventures and misadventures of nine-year-old Mari, with her family and friends, are told here in a story of life in Sweden in the later 1880's. Included in the events are a trip to Stockholm and the opera, the perils of a great snowstorm, and a very special wedding. (Publisher)
Turngren, Annette. (1959). Flaxen braids; a chapter from a real Swedish childhood. (Illustrated by Polly Jackson). Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. INTR-FIC T9544fl.
This story is about Kristin Dahlgren, a little Swedish girl who lived in rural Northern Sweden a century ago. The Dahlgrens have adventures and fun in the mountains, on a farm, on Midsummer's day--wherever they go.
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