Books by Louis S. Glanzman

PIPPI IN THE SOUTH SEAS by Gerry Bothmer
Released: Sept. 18, 1959

"Throughout the expedition Pippi manifests her tremendous capacity for humor, imagination, and extraordinary physical strength in a manner which will delight those readers already familiar with her and win for her many ardent new friends."
Pippi, a carrot-haired Swedish girl, once again embarks on a series of pranks, capers, and mischief which add up to one grand adventure for her and her two companions. Read full book review >
PIPPI GOES ON BOARD by Louis S. Glanzman
Released: Sept. 20, 1957

"One has the same sense of anti-climax that one did in the disappointing sequel to the imperishable ."
Sweden's small fry Paul Bunyan, feminine gender, continues her miraculous adventures as enfant terrible and again leads her friends, Tommy and Annika (whom we met in Pippi Longstocking, back in 1950) down the primrose path. Read full book review >