"There, " said Pippi, "that man is lying on the ground and we have found him. We'll take him!"
Tommy and Annika were utterly terrified.
"No, no, Pippi, we can't take an old gentleman. We couldn't possibly," said Tommy. "Anyway, whatever would we do with him?"
"What would we do with him? Oh, there are plenty of things we could do with him. We could keep him in a little rabbit hutch instead of a rabbit and feed him on dandelions. But if you don't want to, I don't care. Though it does bother me to think that some other Thing-finder may come along and grab him.""
Excerpt from Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren
Oh the things we read to our children for bedtime stories. Though this seemed to go right over Drama Queen's head.
Aunt Shannon wanted to know where Drama Queen's pictures were so we snapped a few.