Traveling with Oma Author:Ilse Kleberger It did not pay to be a burglar in the Pieselang household. For Grandmother Oma did not tolerate such things. She did, however, invite a captured burglar in for a cup of coffee, apply bandages to his injured leg, and send him off to the hospital when it became necessary. — That is how she came to have a green gypsy caravan. For Mario the burgla... more »r had one, and when he was hurt and went tot he hospital, she agreed to take care of the caravan and horse for him. And then, when the children wanted a vacation, going off in the gypsy caravan seemed perfectly natural.
Only as unpredictable a grandmother as Oma, as venturesome a boy as Jan, and as completely outrageous a household as the Pieselang family would get involved in the kinds of things that happened on that vacation.« less