The Moomins, a captivating series of characters brewed up in the brilliant mind of Finnish author Tove Jansson, have become a heartwarming childhood memory for people all over the world.
These adorable hippo-like troll creatures and their friends, originally introduced in the late 1940s through Jansson’s children’s books, have since evolved into a global phenomenon, finding a special place not just in children’s hearts, but in adults’ too.
That’s because Jansson’s stories often weave themes of love, friendship, and exploration, but they also delve into profound questions of existence and identity.
The Swedish-speaking Finnish author and illustrator was brought up by artistic parents and went
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