Flicka Ricka Dicka and the New Dotted Dresses The girls received new dotted dresses from their mother and they went off to play Instead they helped an old woman with her animals It was a happy day but by the end the dotted dresses were in a v

  • Title: Flicka, Ricka, Dicka and the New Dotted Dresses
  • Author: Maj Lindman
  • ISBN: 9780807524947
  • Page: 328
  • Format: Paperback
  • The girls received new dotted dresses from their mother, and they went off to play Instead, they helped an old woman with her animals It was a happy day, but by the end, the dotted dresses were in a very sorry state.

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    1. Maj Lindman

      Maj Lindman Mrs Maj Lindman Hulten lived in Stockholm, Sweden She attended the Royal Academy of Arts in Stockholm, and also studied art in Paris, France She wrote and illustrated numerous children s books, but she is best known for her delightful tales of triplet girls Flicka, Dicka and Ricka and their boy counterparts, Snipp, Snapp and Snurr Maj Lindman Mrs Maj Lindman Hulten lived in Stockholm, Sweden She attended the Royal Academy of Arts in Stockholm, and also studied art in Paris, France She wrote and illustrated numerous children s books, but she is best known for her delightful tales of triplet girls Flicka, Dicka and Ricka and their boy counterparts, Snipp, Snapp and Snurr.

    728 thoughts on “Flicka, Ricka, Dicka and the New Dotted Dresses”

    1. Seen as old-fashioned now, but each of these stories teaches good morals. The New Dotted Dresses emphasizes helping others to make the load lighter and caring for possessions.


    2. While out playing in their new dotted dresses*, the girls encounter an ancient hag elderly woman who is living proof that dinosaurs once roamed the earth that they help by carrying her sticks to her cottage in the deepest part of the forest where no one can hear them scream. Once again, the girls' senses of preservation continue to be non-existent. Also, "Aunt Helma"** has a cow named Masie. Either Masie is a super popular farm animal name in Sweden or Maj really liked that name. And as far as f [...]


    3. I originally read this book at my mom’s home town library where she grew up. She had also read the Flicka books when she was young. They are timeless. A little dated, but classic, these books encourage love, generosity, honesty, helpfulness, and responsibility.




    4. Recommended [return][return]A step back in time with this re-published book. The original title was first published in 1946 and it was re-released in 2012. Three Swedish triplets are off to play wearing their new red, polka dotted dresses. Their mother warns them to be careful and to try to stay clean. As they were playing, they ran into an old lady who needed help with her chores. Flick, Ricka and Dicka got all the chores done, but they got quite dirty in the process. They were worried that the [...]


    5. I have a very vague memory from my early childhood of visiting the public library in my hometown and borrowing some of the books in the Flicka, Ricka, and Dicka series. I have no idea whether this title was one of the ones I borrowed back then or not, but it still gave me a faint sense of nostalgia as I was reading. The text is very straightforward, with simple sentence structures and more telling than showing. Because of the simplicity of the writing, I kept thinking that this book could easily [...]


    6. The triplets are given brand new dresses and go out to play. They see an old woman carrying a bundle of sticks and go to help her, eventually working with cows and pigs and getting their new dresses very dirty and torn. Their mother is pleased that they remembered to help someone who needed it and does not chastise them for their dresses and the next day they wash them and wear overalls to go help the old woman.It is a changed world, I think, because my first thought was that the old woman looke [...]


    7. I loved this series when I was youngey are about three blonde-haired, blue-eyed sisters in Sweden who have minor exploits that end happily. In this story, the girls are given new red dresses and told not to dirty them you may predict, the dresses do, in fact, get dirty and ripped throughout their day. These are definitely "throwback" books, but I am glad they are still being printed--they are simple stories about three young girls that harken back to a different era.


    8. As a child, I loved this series of books about the Swedish triplets. They all have good moral lessons too - this one about helping others.I bought a copy recently to keep. It's soft-cover and smaller format, printed in China - not like the larger hard-cover books I remember borrowing from the library as a youngster.


    9. Why are all these animals in Sweden named Maisie? First the red hen and now lady-in-wood's cow.Their mum is very understanding about the soiled condition of their new dresses. Then again, the girls themselves clean, mend and wash them.Lesson of the day: It is important to always help others! Whenever possible, wear appropriate clothing.


    10. When the old woman first appeared in the story, I thought she was going to be a witch come to entice the girls to dress-spoiling mischief, but alas.


    11. This is my second favorite Flicka, Ricka, Dicka book. I read this book when I was little. I remember the vivid illustrations. It's too bad the girls had to muss up their pretty new dresses!



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