Pippi Longstocking was first published in Sweden in 1945 and its original title is Pippi Langstrump. It has been translated into many editions and languages, even after decades have passed.
This is Green’s first book published in 2005, yet it is his fourth novel I read. Previously I read The Fault in Our Stars (The winner of YA Fiction on 2012 Goodreads Choice Award),Will Grayson, Will Grayson (A collaboration novel with David Levithan), and Let It Snow (Heartwarming winter stories, written by him, Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle). Yet, so far, Looking for Alaska is his only one book I rated 5 stars in Goodreads. I am a little too attached to this one and I must admit, this one’s my favorite! Even though I’ve finished reading it a few hours ago, I feel like I am still wandering around Culver Creek, visiting Dorm 43 and Smoking Hole and McInedible, and looking through the Eagle’s Look of Doom. Sorry. Too many spoilers.