A Museum for All
A Museum for AllNinni Oljemark, illustrated by Ninni Oljemark
The three friends Wolf, Rune and Rabbit live together in a small house, in the town of Topsy-Turvy. All three are quite different.
Wolf is good at baking and making sure that everyone gets along. Rabbit likes to eat cakes and talk at the same time. Rune likes
everything to be neat and tidy. But all three like to snack and think of ingenious solutions when they encounter problems.
There is even a wild boar living in Topsy-Turvy. He has painted his own portrait, a really fine portrait, complete with frame and
everything! He thinks so much of his painting that he builds a museum to display it. Soon there is a long queue outside his museum,
but at the last minute he gets scared. What if the others think his painting is ridiculous?
Wolf, Rune and Rabbit think it is foolish, everyone should get to see the portrait. They decide to open their very own museum!
The Friends all work together to make the city a better place. In the end of the book there are also suggestions of easy crafts that
the readers themselves can do if they want to create their very own piece of art.