(Mrs Maj Lindman Hulten)
(1886 - 1972)
Maj Lindman 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, Ricka, and Dicka and their boy counterparts, Snipp, Snapp, and Snurr.
She is also known as Mrs. Maj Lindman Hulten.
A collection of stories, poems and articles, some of which have new illustrations.
Laura E. Richards
Albert Payson Terhune
John Greenleaf Whittier
An anthology of stories, poems and articles, some of which have new illustrations.
The triplets rescue a dog and return it to its owner, but it keeps coming back to them.
The big red hen disappears while the triplets are looking after their aunt’s chickens, but brings three new chicks when she comes back.
The triplets lend the girl next door some play-clothes so Nurse will not scold her for getting her dress soiled.
The triplets are wearing their new dotted dresses when they meet Aunt Helma and end up helping her with the chores, but the new dresses need washing when they get home.
The triplets earn money by picking wild strawberries which they use to help a poor family they meet in the woods.
When the triplets cat-sit for Aunt Helga and Uncle Jon they end up with a surprise.
The triplets make friends with a lonely old geography teacher after they leave a big snow ball on his walk.
The triplets come to the rescue when a boy ‘must skate on farmer Giles’ pond.’
When the triplets set out to surprise mother with a birthday cake, if at first they don’t succeed, they do try again with great success.
The triplets plant a garden and sell the produce so they can buy new bicycles.
Good Times Together (1958)
This edition includes the story of how the triplets earn money for a birthday present for their mother and how the sun must shine for them to have butter for their bread.
The triplets visit their uncle’s farm and save cousin Elsa from the bull.
When mother returns from her trip, the triplets have a big surprise waiting for her.
The triplets want butter for their bread, but mother has no cream and the cow has no milk because there is no grass because the sun did not shine.
On a visit to the baker, the triplets fall in the batter and are made into gingerbread men.
The triplets ride their rocking horse to Candy Land.
It is mother’s birthday but the triplets are short of funds, so they go to work to earn the money for mother’s birthday present.
The triplets go with their parents on a visit to Lapland in this final book in the series.
The triplets help out at the kennels, but when the dachsund Bonnie is lost it is Prince to the rescue.
The triplets work hard to earn a sled, but decide it is better to give it to a poor little boy and earn another for themselves.
The triplets go to the sea shore. When they drift off in a washtub the fisherman who rescues them teaches them to swim.
The triplets ride their rocking horse to Candy Land and visit the baker where they are turned into gingerbread men.