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In this final book in the acclaimed My Happy Life series, the road between Dani and Ella is getting longer and longer. Dani must make sure their story ends happily.
This seemed a bit old fashioned, perhaps because it is a translation from the Swedish original. I've read a few other books from this country, and they seem to have a particularly good style for younger readers, similar to some of the British Jacqueline Wilson books-- much longer than US elementary centered books, but with plenty of pictures and simpler wording that make them easy to read.
Readers who were big fans of Potter's Piper Green series, O'Connor's Nancy Clancy, or Branford's Violet Mackerel will enjoy this continuation of Dani's story, and will hopefully try to emulate her sunny personality! Now, I really want to go and read all of Maj Lindman's Flicka, Ricka, and Dicka and Snipp, Snapp, and Snurr books, which are also set in Sweden!