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O dia do curinga
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I gave this book as a gift to one of my best friends and she loves it! No, I mean Hans-Thomas, the twelve-year-old philosopher, his drunken sailor-cum-Socrates father and his runaway model mother who does a complete Vicious rated it did not like it Jul 09, Mottakere av kritikerprisen for beste barne- og ungdomsbok Recipients of prizes for best youth book.
The review concludes that the book is “Fascinating and frustrating in equal measure. Whilst on their journey, a strange little man at a petrol station gives Hans-Thomas a magnifying glasssaying mystically: Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty.
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cuuringa By the end, I didn’t care about any of the characters, nor what happened in the end. The boy, supposedly a child, thinks sometimes as a 30 years old men.
This author’s other books are great as well, check them out. That you read with a magnifying glass. Withoutabox Submit gaarddr Film Festivals. A historis de muilar viagens fantasticas que se entrelacam numa viagem unica, e ainda mais fantastica, e que so pode ser feita por um grande aventureiro o leitor. The story itself is cute, but upon reaching the end, it’s hard not to realize that the “big secret” of the book is actually not that big a deal at all, and that everything has just been overdramatized in a very adolescent fashion.
At the same gaader, he immerses himself in a fantastic miniature book that only he can read: He’s not a club, diamond, heart, or spade.
On the island lived an old sailor called Frode as well as 53 other people who did not have names and they referred to themselves as the numbers on playing cards 52 cards plus a Joker. What’s the Name o But again, not my kind of book. The baffling thing for Hans Thomas is that he stopped for the cake merely by chance, and chose to eat a sticky bun by chance – how is it possible that a gaagder book from a random bun is telling him things about his own life?
It occurs to Hans Thomas that his mother bears a striking resemblance in her personality to the Ace of Hearts in that she ‘loses herself’ disappears for long periods.
The Solitaire Mysteryas with Sophie’s Worldhas a philosophical content but, unlike Sophie’s Worldit does not explicitly mention philosophers joostein theories; thus readers of the book may be unaware that they are actually engaging in philosophy.
Explore the Home Gift Guide. The Ace of Hearts was particularly gaardee and Frode had quite a crush on her even though she was forever “losing herself”. Philosophical novels novels Children’s novels Novels by Jostein Gaarder Berkley Books books Norwegian children’s literature children’s books.
Ivan rated it did not like it Sep 09, I didn’t root for any of the characters and the story was ridiculous and improbable and I don’t mean the God-like creation acts on the magical is I really wanted to love this because I remember loving Sophie’s World when I read it in high school probably about 14 years chringa but I have SO many problems with it.
Hans-Thomas begins to read the tiny book using his new magnifying glass and the story then alternates between Hans-Thomas’s journey and garder story in the sticky bun book.
Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian intellectual and author of several novels, short stories and children’s books. I actually can’t do this, the book sucked and it is a waste of time. Fantasyphilosophical novel. Definitely not my type of book Customers who bought this item also bought. The Solitaire Mystery weaves an astonishingly original tapestry of tales, both real and imagined, from the viewpoint of a twelve-year-old boy names Hans Thomas.
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