"I've been fine for nine years without any pluttification tables," said Pippi. "And I'm sure I can manage in the future, too."
Anne Shirley and Laura Ingalls in Serena's world, there's Pippilotta Comestibles Windowshade Curlymint Ephraimsdaughter Longstocking, the alter ego of every child.
Serena didn't know what multiplication meant then when we first came upon the word in "Pippi Plays Tag with the Police" in Astrid Lindgren's book. Now pluttification is no longer a mystery.