Moominpappa at Sea

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Avon Camelot, 1977 - Juvenile Fiction
34 Reviews
In this Moomintroll adventure, Moominpappa decides to move his family to a very unusual island where vegetation seems to have a mind of its own.

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Review: Moominpappa at Sea (The Moomins #8)

User Review  - Jane Griffiths - Goodreads

a tale, ostensibly for children, which manages to be both dark and whimsical at the same time. It is about being lost, and about family life, and about growing up, and about loneliness. It was my ... Read full review

Review: Moominpappa at Sea (The Moomins #8)

User Review  - Kristin - Goodreads

Can't ever go wrong with a Moomin book, especially one that takes place away from the valley but reminds us of it at the same time (aka: Momma's paintings!). Little My is the especially adorable ... Read full review

Contents

THE FAMILY IN THE CRYSTAL BALL
7
THE LIGHTHOUSE
22
THE WEST WIND
58
Copyright

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About the author (1977)

Tove Jansson has received the Hans Christian Andersen prize for children's literature. The world of the Moomintroll has become internationally famous thanks to her brilliant sense of humor and fabulous illustrations. The delightful Moomintrolls make it through catastrophe after catastrophe through cooperation and plain luck. Although Jansson is best known for her children's books, her adult fiction is equally entertaining.

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