During World War II gathered Astrid Lindgren their thoughts in 17 diaries, which will be released in May 2015. In connection with the issuance opens the exhibition “The whole world is on fire!” Astrid Lindgren’s childhood Nose in Vimmerby.
It will be a glimpse into the war years through the unique material, but also in contemporary thoughts on war and racism. Time Boks format examined and examining including how school children depicting their lives today.
“We are constantly finding new dimensions of Astrid Lindgren, a writer who sorely addresses contemporary issues,” says Anneli Karlsson, producer Astrid Lindgren’s Nose in a press release.