So, the teaser for this article:
A German theologian has sparked controversy by calling Sweden's beloved Pippi Longstocking children's books racist and demanding additions to prompt parents to skip over or explain certain passages.
...makes the lady sound quite a lot more unreasonable than her, you know, actual quotes do:
It is not that the figure of Pippi Longstocking is racist, but that all three in the trilogy of books have colonial racist stereotypes.
Unless I'm mistaken, she's not calling for banning or bowdlerization—she's suggesting that footnotes would be helpful*, and that she'd like to see more children's literature about people of color.
*Has no one ever done an annotated Pippi?