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El maravilloso viaje de Nils Holgersson by Selma Lagerlöf (3 star ratings)
Deze dieren waren dan ook blij verrast toen hun plaaggeest werd omgetoverd tot een heel klein ventje. The gnome however, punishes Nils and makes him shrink to gnome-like dimensions.
Through this story, one learns some Swedish folktales and mythological stories, as well as geography. Then why 3 stars? In she became the first woman to ever receive the Nobel Prize in Literature, “in appreciation of the lofty idealism, vivid imagination and spiritual perception that characterize her writings”. Avere questa idea in mente rende un po’ meno spontanee le descrizioni dei luoghi sorvolati da Nils e dalle sue oche hide spoiler ].
As the author wrote this with an emphasis on the geography of Sweden, some portions of each chapter were a bit slow and dry.
Niels verkeert tijdens de tocht in onzekerheid over wat er met hem gaat gebeuren, of hij ooit weer bij zijn ouders zal wonen. The style of the story changes dramatically about halfway through, but once I adjusted, it was fine.
Being his mean self, he catches him and only lets go of the gnome when the gnome promises to help him learn the sermon. She devoted three years to Nature study and to familiarizing herself with animal and bird life; she sought out u The Wonderful Adventures of Nils — which is the work of Sweden’s greatest fiction writer — was first published in Stockholm, in December, De vertaling llibro het Zweeds is van de hand van Margaretha Nis en het boek is bewerkt door Suzanne Braam.
Well written nature and folktale reader by Swedish Nobel winner. This book is viajs series of vignettes of Nils’s adventures across Sweden on the back of a goose. She would among other things help the Jewish writer Nelly Sachs to come to Sweden and donated her Nobel medal to the Finnish war effort against the Soviet union.
El maravilloso viaje de Nils Holgersson
Charming story reminiscent of E. Jul 08, Miguel Soto rated it liked it. Her visit to Palestine and a colony of Christians there, would inspire her to write Jerusalemher story of Swedish farmers converting into a evangelical Christian group and travelling to “The American Colony” in Jerusalem. This was a lovely children’s book in many respects – my favorite parts were fairytales woven into the larger story.
However, after reading more about the author and how the book came about, I’ve determined that isn’t the case. Took me a while as a grown adult to read this myself. En hoe kan het dat hij met de dieren kan praten? Thanks, Coralie and Penguin! Good book tough read regardless of the aspect it’s a children’s story Took a star away since this was presented to me as a children’s story and I don’t know, case being I’d have a child, that my millenial child’s attention span would last through this book.
The stories of Nils are just over years old; not quite as far-back reaching as stories from Andersen or Brothers Grimm. With no small success; the book immediately became the most popular book of the year in Scandinavia. The adventures Nils had were interesting and thought provoking, however if the kids want to find out if there is a happy ending, they’ll need to read the sequel on their own. Now for the good stuff, I appreciated the fundamental lessons and the setting the book brings to life.
Want to Read saving…. Ultimately, the little vignettes all followed a logical sequence of traveling through Sweden’s countryside but didn’t really tie into a master narrative that drew me in. Nils grabs onto the back of Morton goosey gander, and so his adventures begin. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Mama wants to get back to reading Ralph Moody’s series aloud.
It made me travel and ima Good book tough read regardless of the aspect it’s a children’s story Took a star away since this was presented to me as a children’s story and I don’t know, case being I’d have a child, that my millenial child’s attention span would last through this book. Parto subito con un dettaglio che non conoscevo e che si trova nell’introduzione: Nils realizes he cannot be seen like this by his parents, so he determines to escape.
It made me travel and imagine to lands and times I haven’t been. Since she for some of her early years had problems with her legs she was born with a faulty hip she would also spend a lot of time reading books such as the Bible. I’m not sure this is the version I read, but hopefully they are all close enough that it won’t matter. I had never read it but it was on my TBR list for ages until this edition crossed my path.
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She devoted three years to Nature study and to familiarizing herself with animal and bird life; she sought out unpublished folklore and legends of the different provinces, and wove them all into her story. Return to Book Page.
However, it ended rather oddly and abruptly, and was perhaps too long-winded for a 6 year old read aloud.
Het verhaal typeer ik als een avonturenverhaal. Na het voltooien van de reis keert de veel wijzer geworden Niels terug bij zijn ouders en krijgt hij zijn oude formaat terug. The Wonderful Adventures of Nils vaje which is the work of Sweden’s greatest fiction writer — was first published in Stockholm, in December, Steeds beleven de ganzen nieuwe avonturen.
Nils Holgersson 2 books. Still, she stayed engaged. Nov 12, Nicole G. Because the main aim of this book is to educate children holgrrsson teach them morals, it is less of a story than e, lesson. We were both disappointed with the ending. Written by a school teacher Lagerlofthese stories primarily teach Swedish geography, which explains the hopscotching across the country, and they incorporate regional folk tales and legends, which explains my initial confusion in assuming this book derives from an actual Scandinavian folktale.