Ronja, the Robber's Daughter (2014– )
The story follows Ronja, a young girl whose father is the chief of a tribe of bandits. They live in a huge castle in the forest with the bandits. In this story Ronja encounters mystical creatures as she explores and experiences life in the forest. Somewhere along the lines she makes friends with another young child much like herself. The title is based on the fantasy story Ronia the Robber's Daughter, written by Swedish author Astrid Lindgren.
The story ultimately is about follow one's heart and not settle for domestic dogmas. Ronia goes against the will of her father (who is powered by pride and "robbers prestige") and become friends with Birk, the son of the leader of the rivalling robbers band who lives in the other half of the fortress, on the other side of hell's gap. The news if this upsets Ronias father to the point that he stops recognising Ronia as his daughter... Together Ronia and Birk face both the hardship with life outside the fortress walls, as well as the evident separation from their parents all children must go through, as they grow older.
- The story is about a girl named Ronja who is the daughter of a chief of a tribe of bandits and lives in a huge castle in the forest with the bandits. The story follows Ronja as she encounters mystical creatures, makes friends with another young child like herself, and experiences life in the forest.