[Barnen på Bråkmakargatan Summary] ebook By Astrid Lindgren


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პატარა ლოტა თავის და ძმასთან და მშობლებთან ერთად სინამდვილეში აურზაურის კი არა მექოთნეების ქუჩაზე ცხოვრობს ამ ქუჩას ასე ლოტას მამა ეძახის რადგან მ Truth be told I actually never did manage to read the preuel to Astrid Lindgren s Lotta p Br kmakargatan as a child which I of course read in German translation and indeed Lotta zieht um was one of my favourite books from around the time I was seven years old and had just learned to read as somehow my mother was not aware that there indeed was a preuel that there was a book titled Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e the German translation the German language version of Barnen p Br kmakargatan which takes place about a year before the events portrayed during Lotta s very bad and terrible temper tantrum day as related in Lotta zieht um and Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e features a series of episodic anecdotes of Swedish family life of the Nyman family s and especially of course their three young children s games fun and at times mischief narrated by the middle child the at that time six year old Mia Maria But sadly and after finally now heaving read Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e as I realized that this story is actually contained in a compilation of Astrid Lindgren shorter novels and stories I happen to own although Astrid Lindgren is still a perennial and total personal favourite with and for me Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e whilst definitely amusing and entertaining to a point has also not been nearly as textually and as narrationally delightful and as personally approachable as readable as Lotta zieht um and yes as many of the Astrid Lindgren novels and stories I have readFor one in Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e Mia Maria s first person narration and voice tends to often come across and read as rather choppy and distancing and so much so that I am feeling like an outsider looking in than like an insider actually experiencing the Nyman children s fun and games their trip to visit their grandparents their Christmas joys and so on and so on And for two there are also simply far far too many often unconnected episodes and anecdotes stuffed into a relatively short novel with the result that there really is not all that much of a connecting thread holding the episodes of Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e together leaving at least me with than a bit of a feeling of disconnection of constantly being thrown out of the narrative out of Mia Maria s descriptions and explanations because she moves from one episode to another at breakneck speed with the reader never really getting a chance to fully immerse himself or herself into the story into Jonas Mia Maria s and Lotta s lives However even with my criticisms and my two star ranking Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e and by extension of course also the Swedish original as well as other translations are still to be recommended and yes I do very much love and appreciate how Astrid Lindgren so glowingly and with obvious pleasure portrays and describes Swedish family life and in particular how hands off Swedish child rearing ideas and concepts often if not even usually seem to be although I do as a caveat leave a bit of a warning that personally I have indeed found both Mia Maria s and Jonas rather constant put downs of Lotta and their pontifications of how their younger sister is supposedly so stupid and immature rather tedious and even a bit overly nasty at times and in fact to the point that by the end of Die Kinder aus der Krachmacherstra e I absolutely was feeling than a bit uncomfortable and certainly not really in any manner all that well disposed towards either of Lotta s older siblings and could therefore also appreciate Lotta labelling her bother and sister as nasty and mean

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ა ბინასაც კი პოულობსგაიცანით ჯიუტი და ონავარი ლოტა რომელიც ხშირად და ძმასაც და დედიკოსაც აბრაზებს მაგრამ მაინც ძალიან გულკეთილი და საყვარელი გოგო I really enjoyed it I actually did not know this book existed and when I found it in a charity shop I was so excited The only thing I did not like was how Lotta s brother turns to her by saying you idiot

Astrid Lindgren ✓ 8 Review

აჩნია რომ თავისი შვილების გამო აქ სულ აურზაურია ლოტა მართლაც რომ ერთი აურზაურა გოგოა – ჯერ სკოლაშიც არ დადის მაგრამ უკვე მარტო ცხოვრებაზე ფიქრობს დ I read this almost immediately after reading Lotta on Troublemaker Street and I was a bit disappointed with this one It s not a seuel as I d thought but a companion book It seems to take place about a year before the Lotta book In the Lotta book she is 5 in this book she is 4 years old The Lotta book was told by the author but much was from Lotta s viewpoint This book is told by Lotta s older sister who s almost 6 and the middle child in the family This is a series of days in the life of this family particularly the children in the familyI suspect I would have loved it when I was 5 to 7 years old and that I would have enjoyed it if I hadn t just finished the Lotta book This one did not seem as charming to me or uite as good naturedgood hearted It was sure jam packed full of events It has only 92 pages but 10 chapters It reminded me slightly of one of my favorite all time books Meet the Austins by Madeleine L Engle but designed for a slightly younger audience and I didn t like it nearly as muchIt s still a worthwhile read especially for girls 5 7 years old Young readers should be able to read the Troublemaker Street books on their own although they would be fun as read aloud books The illustrations are lovely and fit the story well

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  • Barnen på Bråkmakargatan
  • Astrid Lindgren
  • Georgian
  • 24 May 2017
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About the Author: Astrid Lindgren

Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren née Ericsson 1907 2002 was a Swedish children's book author and screenwriter whose many titles were translated into 85 languages and published in than 100 countries She has sold roughly 165 million copies worldwide Today she is most remembered for writing the Pippi Longstocking books as well as the Karlsson on the Roof book seriesAwardsHans Christian A



10 thoughts on “Barnen på Bråkmakargatan

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this book first published in 1958 even than I did Lotta on Troublemaker Street published in 1961 In The Children of Troublemaker Street Lotta at four years of age is a year younger than the follow up book I imagine Astrid Li

  2. says:

    Truth be told I actually never did manage to read the preuel to Astrid Lindgren's Lotta på Bråkmakargatan as a child which I of course read in German translation and indeed Lotta zieht um was one of my favourite books from around the time I was seven years old and had just learned to read as somehow my mother was not aware that t

  3. says:

    One of the things I like most about Sweden is that Swedes are so nice to their children Swedish kids really do as a rule loo

  4. says:

    Never one of my favorite Astrid Lindgren books

  5. says:

    I read this almost immediately after reading Lotta on Troublemaker Street and I was a bit disappointed with this one It’s not a seuel as I’d thought but a companion book It seems to take place about a year before the Lotta book In the Lotta book she is 5; in this book she is 4 years old The Lotta book was told by the author but much was from Lotta’s viewpoint This book is told by Lotta’s older sister who’s almo

  6. says:

    Do you love it when you're reading a book to your son and all of a sudden a child in the book is in black face and pretendin

  7. says:

    I really enjoyed reading this book and found it uite relatable with being an older sibling myself It was very easy to read which is good and bad in its own ways as you could easily skip through the pages enjoying the story but it d

  8. says:

    I really enjoyed it I actually did not know this book existed and when I found it in a charity shop I was so excited The only thing I did not like was how Lotta's brother turns to her by saying you idiot

  9. says:

    Sugar sweet and completely innocent Cute and naughty and uick witted characters

  10. says:

    This was a hard pass for me I generally prefer my kids' lit without awful racist surprises inside This was an edi

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