Solan and Ludvig: Christmas in Pinchcliffe
by Rasmus A. Sivertsen
A little to the East of South, and West of North lays a little hill town where time has stood still. The name of the town is Flåklypa and in Flåklypa, as in the rest of Norway, Christmas is drawing close.Together with the inventor Reodor Felgen, Ludvig and Solan are preparing for Christmas but something important is missing. Snow. In town Pløsen the editor of The Flåklypa Gazette is struggeling with the same problems, toghether with the falling sales numbers of his newspaper. An easy fix he thinks if he can just get his hands on Reodor Felgen's snow machine, he can promise the people of Flåklypa a white Christmas. If he comes through they will buy his paper. In the wrong incapable hands the snow machine invented to fullfill Ludvig's dream of a white Christmas, turns out to be a dangerous tool, and as Flåklypa is about to be buried in snow, Ludvig and Solan have to find Reodor who has disappeared under mysterious circumstances.