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[Astrid Lindgren] ↠´ Mio, min Mio [aspergers PDF] Read Online ↠´ All you grown ups out there, can you hear me Yes, I mean you, literary experts, analysing the magic of children s literature until it withers and dies under your scrutiny You remember Bo Vilhelm Olsson, the boy who sat in Tegn rlunden and felt lonely, and who was then swept away on the most amazing adeventure ever, where he got to meet his father and to save the children from a man with a heart of stone literally, not figuratively made of stone That was by far my favourite story when I was a child, one of the first I read on my own, over and over, tasting the flavour of the fairytale language mixed with the reflection on the hardship of being an orphan in Stockholm city, enjoying the soothing repetition of patterns as if it was a poem.
I read it to my own children too, feeling EXACTLY the same power flowing from the With Help From A Genie, Young Karl Anders Nilsson Travels By Day And Night, Beyond The Stars, To Reach Farawayland There, His Father The King, Who Has Been Searching For Him For Nine Long Years, Tells Him His True Name Is Mio, And Lavishes Upon Him The Loving Attention He Never Received From His Foster Parents Back In Stockholm Mio Learns Of A Prophecy That Has Been Foretold For Thousand Of Years With His Best Friend Pompoo, And His Horse With The Golden Mane, Miramis, He Must Travel Into The Darkness Of Outer Land To Battle The Cruel Sir Kato faraawayland.
Mio, my son such a kind and unassuming phrase, for such a kind and unassuming boy, in such a sweet story Such a sweet story, full of longing and sadness but only at first At first there is sadness, a lack of love but then comes happiness, an abundance of love An abundance of love but one tinged with a strange fear, a terror of the unknown A terror of the unknown transformed turned into a quest, a rescue mission A rescue mission with a boy and his friend, both still afraid and prone to tears brave boys and then not so brave boys, terrified in the face of a great evil A great evil, surely but one with a core of self loathing sometimes even evil cannot abide itself, so the author makes clear The author makes clear that it is love, love most of all, that little boys and little girls and all things need All things need love the love between friends the love of All you grown ups out there, can you hear me Yes, I mean you, literary experts, analysing the magic of children s literature until it withers and dies under your scrutiny You remember Bo Vilhelm Olsson, the boy who sat in Tegn rlunden and felt lonely, and who was then swept away on the most amazing adeventure ever, where he got to meet his father and to save the children from a man with a heart of stone literally, not figuratively made of stone That was by far my favourite story when I was a child, one of the first I read on my own, over and over, tasting the flavour of the fairytale language mixed with the reflection on the hardship of being an orphan in Stockholm city, enjoying the soothing repetition of patterns as if it was a poem.
I read it to my own children too, feeling EXACTLY the same power flowing from the This is story wise pretty straightforward and simple fairy tale,fantasy but the writing was of higher level Since this is the the first time i have read Astrid Lindgren i didnt know what to expect It was written in a epic poetry like prose that made the story much interesting,fantastical and imaginative Her storytelling techniques was clear to see what she was trying to do.
In hindsight its better i read this as an adult where i could see clearly what the writing, the prose style was doing.
This is story wise pretty straightforward and simple fairy tale,fantasy but the writing was of higher level Since this is the the first time i have read Astrid Lindgren i didnt know what to expect It was written in a epic poetry like prose that made the story much interesting,fantastical and imaginative Her storytelling techniques was clear to see what she was trying to do.
In hindsight its better i read this as an adult where i could see clearly what the writing, the prose style was doing.
This is one of the first books I ever read on my own And I have read it many times since It s very dark and sad, but there s a glimmer of hope shining as a bright star on the night sky It s beautiful and it touches and tears at my heart everytime I read it.
I guess it s classified as a childrens book, but really it s an for every age book Adults as well as children will be moved by this story I know for myself, this is one of the books I will never outgrow and which will never lose it s ability to touch my heart.
Easter was the perfect time to read this.
Ruotsalainen Astrid Lindgren 1907 2002 kirjoitti hurmaavia lastenkirjoja, joista Mio, poikani Mio on varmasti hellytt vimm st p st Kirjan p henkil oli 9 vuotias Juhani Ville H m l inen, joka poistui kotoaan, mutta josta ei saatu koskaan tietoja mihin poika katosi Juhani Ville H m l inen oli oikeasti Kaukaisen Maan prinssi Mio, joka taikavoimien avulla l ysi is ns Kaukaisen Maan kuninkaan ja kotimaansa.
Kaukaisessa Maassa Mio kaipasi kuitenkin yst v ns , ja kuinka ollakaan h n sai uuden yst v n Jum Jumin, jonka kanssa Miolla oli kaikenlaisia seikkailuja hevosensa Miramarin sel ss.
Mio ja Jum Jum kohtasivat retkill n ihmisi , joiden lapset oli siepattu, ja yst vykset halusivat auttaa lapset takaisin koteihinsa.
Kirja on samalla reipas ja koskettava, voittoisa ja pelottava, mutta yst vyys kantaa tarinan kahta pient poikaa seikkailujen l pi.
Ensimm inen kertani kun luin kyseisen kirjan Hieman riskill suoraan neen lapsiryhm lle, mutta toisaalta harvoinpa Lindgren pett Ei t ll k n kertaa, ja vaikkei ihan lempparien joukkoon tuotannostaan nousekaan, lapset pitiv t hurjasti Sopivan j nnitt v ja otteessaan pit v , ja t st vanhanajan hidastempoisuudesta pid n kyll min kin Ihana kun koko ajan ei pauku, h lise, tapahdu ja r j hd , mik n ei ole niin ihanaa vastapainoa nykylastenkulttuurille kuin t m vanhempi Vaikka on siin tuoreemmassakin toki helmens , mutta ilman t t ennen kaikki oli parempaa huumaa, tietenkin.
Maybe I m biased because I loved the movie when I was a kid Maybe the translation that I read is really bad Or maybe I m just way too old for a book written for such young kids Whatever the reason, I really didn t understand what was so great about this book, and I m disappointed Ever since I was a kid, I ve been looking for this book, and never could order it or anything I remembered it a little while ago, and was able to order it on.
It felt so flat to me I felt no connection to Mio The story goes on so quickly that one barely has time to figure out what s going on before it rushes on to the next thing I understand it s written for young children, but there is no build up, the climax is rather weak, and Deceptively simple and straight forward I sense depths that I ll better plumb upon a reread in a year or two If nothing else I ll remember Sir Kato s stone heart for a long time.
The only reason this might be difficult for a modern American child is that the setup takes very little time, the introduction to the land of Faraway quite a bit , and the adventure only half the book.
Lots of illustrations of little boys with bare long legs and long jerseys and horses, flowers, a cottage, a well, a grandma Wikland used a casual line than he did in the Lotta books, but the pictures still charm.
Reread Opinion holds Beautiful story, obviously mysterious and allegorical than a superficial reading reveals but darned if I can lay a finger on exactly what it is that s going on faraawayland.

Astrid Lindgren

[Astrid Lindgren] ↠´ Mio, min Mio [aspergers PDF] Read Online ↠´ izmirescort.pro Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren, n e 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 series.Awards Hans Christian A