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Title : ბულერბიელი ბავშვები
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ISBN : 9789941231223
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 271 Pages
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ბულერბიელი ბავშვები Reviews

  • Ivonne Rovira
    2018-12-18 10:07

    Save this book in the Audible format until you’re sick, deathly sick. Especially if you’re separated from your mother — either by distance or death — so that she is not available to feed you homemade soup, tuck you into bed, and otherwise coddle you and read you a story. The Children of Noisy Village makes a nice substitute when you’re ailing.The six children of Noisy Village — 9-year-old Lisa; her mischievous older brothers, Karl and Bill; and neighbors Anna, Britta, and Olaf — don’t live in an actual village at all, but in a grouping of three farmhouses, as was the way in Sweden long ago, unlike in America where farms were spaced out. The three farmhouses got the affectionate nickname because of all of the ruckus an active pack of children can create. Set in a time before electricity or automobiles made their way to rural Sweden, The Children of Noisy Village is as healing as hot tea, chicken soup, or a cool hand on your fevered forehead. Lisa recounts the fun she and the other children have celebrating a favorite birthday, Christmas Eve and Christmas, Easter, and New Year’s Eve; spending the night on Lake Nocken to capture crayfish during the season, a misbegotten trip to the actual village to pick up a few staples, and hours and hours of imaginative pretending and creative games. Such ordinary pursuits should have been dull or cloying, right? But Astrid Lindgren, best known for Pippi Longstocking and its sequels, infuses Lisa’s tale with so much wit and imagination that I lapped up this short book — well, like my mother’s chicken soup. Highly recommended to readers of all ages.

  • Hilary
    2019-01-08 06:05

    I loved this account of day to day Swedish life. Asrid Lindgren captures perfectly the relationship between friends and the rivalry between brother and sister. We loved the details of games played, dens built and festivals celebrated. We really didn't like Tony Ross's illustrations, their modern style just didn't suit the traditional nature of the stories.We love Bullerby, we would happily move there tomorrow and if that wasn't possible would happily read this book again and imagine!

  • Manybooks
    2018-12-30 03:21

    The Noisy Village series (well actually, the German language translation of Astrid Lindgren's original Swedish text, and where the hamlet is known as Bullerbü) was one of my absolute favourites when I was a little girl (I must have read all three books at least ten times, and that is a conservative estimate). At that age (from about age six to age nine or ten) I just felt and knew on a purely emotional and personal level that I absolutely adored the sweet and enchanting episodical nuggets of carefree childhood in a turn of the century Swedish village (actually, even less than that, but really just three interconnected farms). Now, after recently rereading (and again in German) for the first time in decades, I can truly appreciate and understand both emotionally and academically, stylistically, how simply wonderful the first-person narrative of seven year old Lisa really is. Astrid Lindgren has so perfectly captured the innocent, but also astute voice of an imaginative and observant child (Lisa shines, and from her, emanates a magic that makes everything in Bullerbü sparkle with sweetness and light).With such a glowing preamble, why then only two stars for this English language translation, for The Children of Noisy Village? It has NOTHING to do with the story, with the general themes presented, and EVERYTHING to do with Florence Lamborn's woefully inadequate translation, or rather what has been changed and is missing in said translation. Not only are the episodes themselves arranged rather haphazardly, there are anecdotes in the first book (in this book, in this translation) that in the German editions I read (and likely also in the Swedish originals, but that is speculation on my part) appear in books two and three. But even MORE of an issue is the fact that there are numerous chapters which do not appear at all, which have seemingly been entirely omitted (expunged) by the translator. And that, at least for me, is not only flabbergasting but also totally unacceptable, and for me, a massive insult to both Astrid Lindgren and her legacy as an author. And thus, I firmly believe that it is high time for a new English language translation of the Noisy Village series, namely one that keeps to the original, and does not arbitrarily omit entire chapters!

  • Martina
    2018-12-24 08:02

    Kousek falunské uzenky, té nejlepší ❤

  • Cindi
    2018-12-30 06:21

    Sheer delight. Seriously. I'm not sure when I've read a children's book that was so delightful. I found this book in "A Landscape with Dragons." The author called it the Little House on the Prairie of Sweden.I had to keep stopping to read sections to whoever in my family would listen to me. See for yourself:Mommy says she can't understand why it takes more than twice as long to walk home as it does to walk to school. I don't understand it either. But it just can't be helped.As we were walking along, Britta took her book out of her schoolbag and smelled it. She let all of us smell it. New books smell so good that you can tell how much fun it's going to be to read them.The day after we baked the ginger snaps was fun too, for then we went to the forest to cut the Christmas trees. All the fathers go along when we cut the Christmas trees--and all the children too, of course. the mothers have to stay at home and cook, poor things!Then there was nothing to do but WAIT. Karl said that times like those hours in the afternoon of Christmas Eve, when you don't do anything but wait and wait, are the kind of things people get gray hairs from. We waited and waited and waited, and from time to time I went to the mirror to see if I had any gray hairs yet.I feel sorry for all people who have never rowed out on a lake at four in the morning and picked up crayfish traps.

  • Naomi Sarah
    2018-12-19 09:16

    SIGH. SUCH a childhood endless re-read. I have to read it again soon. This book is just buring with childhood memories and I LOOOVE it. Astrid Lindgren used to be my favourite writer ever, after Laura Ingalls.And I want to live in Noisy Village so badly. :-)

  • Clairol
    2018-12-30 04:27

    Moje milované Děti z Bllerbynu. Byly doby, kdy jsem na té knize ujížděla,jak na nějaké droze. Myslela jsem si,že už jí znám vážně nazpaměť a ejhle ono je v ní stále co objevovat. Nostlagie největší. Asi si ji zarámuju a pověsím nad postel :-)

  • Davide
    2018-12-21 03:16

    [1984]Libro raccontante le storie di 6 bambini che abitano un piccolissimo paese immaginario di tre case.

  • Jessica
    2018-12-18 03:21

    I had never read this book before, in fact: I'd never heard of it until a few months ago. It's a sweet little book, about the lives of a group of children who live on three neighboring farms. It's written in a very simple style, ostensibly by one of the children, Lisa, who describes different traditions and aspects of their life. This would be a great first chapter book. It's 123 pages, with illustrations in each short chapter.

  • Alekz Hannah (Bookupied)
    2018-12-20 07:29

    Underbar bok!

  • Anna
    2018-12-25 11:21

    This is as lovely as I remember it being. A cute, light-hearted bunch of stories about kids growing up in Sweden. My mom used to read the Polish version to me when I was a kid. Definitely something I could see myself reading to my future children.

  • Dita
    2018-12-20 08:05

    Bullerbyn kids series were the books I really fond of when I was a little kido. And the memories never fade away. I read this thousand times and will remember the laughters. All of the kids are cheerful, smart, witty, caring, adventurous and humble at once.

  • Lucie Novak
    2019-01-04 06:04

    My favourite children book series of all those books I ever read, if I have grand children, I must get it for them. Lives of 6 children in a tiny hamlet in Sweden, in Czech with beautiful illustrations of a Czech artist Zmatlikova, I read those books again and again.

  • Christina Ruskjær
    2019-01-15 07:16

    Den er så hyggelig.

  • Věra Škodová
    2018-12-18 07:05

    Já vím, číst Děti z Bullerbynu v 16-ti letech... Jo, jsem případ. :D

  • Katy Noyes
    2019-01-05 09:27

    100 pages of nostalgia from the author of Pippi Lockstocking. The children of Noisy Village are six children living on three adjacent farms in a hamlet in Sweden. One of them narrates these short tales from their year - from making maps and caves in the hayloft in the summer to struggling through miles of snow to get home at Christmas.The boys and girls are fairly typical - they like adventures and playing pretend, picking strawberries, dressing up, sometimes they prefer to play apart, but they are also good friends. As an editor notes at the end, the episode involving stealing eggs from nests and blowing them woudl these days be both illegal and considered in a very different light to back in the 1940s, but I'm glad it was left in - it's good to be able to share such acts and explain how times have changed. For an adult, though I have never even visited Sweden, this has a lovely wistful feel to it, of childhoods past and village life in a time before technology, of innocence and children making their own fun. Chapters are very short, and it would be perfect for bedtime reading with a 5-7 year old, so parents can talk about the differences between now and then, the children's lives and their own. A couple of issues would raise questions - the egg blowing for one, and also the chapter involving an abused dog. Times may change, but children don't, and this is a lovely collection of short adventures to show today's children what their grandparents young lives (or those of their contemporaries) may have been like.

  • T for Tongue-tied
    2018-12-27 09:22

    One of the sweetest children's books ever written. Full of hilarious little adventures, it has that simple old-fashioned feel that I really adore. Lindgren was an amazing author, so imaginative, her stories are truly timeless and contain so many one-liners that make every generation and family laugh. This particular book, describing shenanigans and mischief of Berit, Anna, Lars, Bosse, Lisa and Ole, has been published in English as "The Children of Noisy Village" and I hear that although a bit westernised in translation, it has retained the wonderful charm and colour of the Swedish original.Needless to say, there is no Kindle in the village and when Berit (original Britta) goes to school, she takes a book out of her bag, sticks it under the children's noses and says with conviction that new books smell so good that you can just tell how much fun it is going to be when you read them. Hear, hear!

  • Colette
    2018-12-25 07:25

    As a child, this book was a favorite after discovering it in 3rd grade. I discovered it again, years later, in the English language section of a bookshop in Stuttgart, Germany. Now, I'm pleased to find it again in yet another phase of life. When rereading childhood favorites, I'm always a bit nervous that they won't hold up. I was not disappointed. The Children of Noisy Village is just as delightful and happily nostalgic as it always was. I'm happy to have found it again at the library (the shoddy shape it was in only indicates that it is well loved here as well!) and will likely be purchasing yet another copy in the near future.

  • Daniel and Rebekah Eikum
    2019-01-16 08:14

    I read this with Gwen (6yo) and it was pure fun! It's about a girl, Lisa, who lives in a little farm town in Sweden. She has many adventures with her friends. I liked learning about the Swedish holiday celebrations. Seeing them through Lisa's eyes was sweet and Gwen could totally relate. I laughed so hard at the chapter about "helping people."

  • A Severs
    2019-01-16 07:21

    Amusing short stories providing an insight into the life of children in rural Sweden at some point in the past. Lots of launchpads for further exploration into Swedish traditions. Great for year 3 children - I'll be recommending it to my 7 year old!

  • Tintentraeume
    2018-12-21 04:12

    "Während wir gingen, holte Britta ihr Märchenbuch hervor und roch daran. Und dann rochen wir alle daran. Neue Bücher riechen so gut - man kann am Geruch förmlich merken, wie schön es sein wird, sie zu lesen."[S. 91]Inhalt:Der Mittelhof, der Südhof und der Nordhof sind für Lisa, Lasse, Bosse, Ole, Britta und Inga die ganze Welt. Hier leben sie, hier spielen sie, hier erleben sie die größten und aufregendsten Abenteuer. Auf dem Heuboden schlafen, Hütten bauen oder Rüben ziehen, den sechs Kindern wird es niemals langweilig, denn sie sind die Kinder aus Bullerbü.Meinung:Manche Geschichten sind zeitlos. Manche Geschichten sind für jung und alt. Manche Geschichten verlieren einfach niemals ihre Magie. Geschichten wie "Wir Kinder aus Bullerbü" von Astrid Lindgren beispielsweise. Seit der Erstauflage im Jahr 1954, wurde der Kinderbuch-Klassiker schon unzählige Male verkauft, neu aufgelegt, überarbeitet und in den unterschiedlichsten Kinderzimmern, auf der ganzen Welt vorgelesen. Doch was macht die Geschichte um die sechs Kinder aus Bullerbü so besonders? Genau diese Frage habe ich mir gestellt, als ich dieses Jahr, das erste Mal in meinem Leben - und ja, ich bin fünfundzwanzig Jahre alt und ja, Schande über mein Haupt - ein Werk von Kinderbuchautorin Astrid Lindgren zwischen den Fingern hatte. Denn nachdem mein Freund festgestellt hatte, dass mir ein entscheidendes Stück meiner Kindheit fehlte, bekam ich prompt eines seiner Lieblingsbücher geschenkt, mit einer sehr passenden und alles sagenden Widmung von ihm: "Ein Stück Kindheit, das einfach nicht fehlen sollte. Egal, wie alt man ist."Und so schlüpften wir in die Abenteuer der Kinder aus Bullerbü. Ich schreibe hier bewusst wir, denn wie sich das bei solch einem Buch gehört, musste mein Freund mir die Geschichten selbstverständlich vorlesen - denn nur so kann man sich ganz auf die Magie zwischen den Zeilen einlassen. Und was soll ich sagen? Schon nach der ersten Kurzgeschichte war ich ganz und gar verliebt und erinnerte mich an all jene Abenteuer, Spiele und Entdeckungsreisen zurück, die auch ich als Kind erlebt hatte. Geheimverstecke bauen, Detektiv spielen und natürlich Muttis Kleider stibitzen und verkleiden spielen. All diese Erinnerungen lässt dieser Klassiker aufleben und erzeugt dabei ein wohlig warmes Gefühl, ein schokoladener-warmer-Sahne-Kakao-Gefühl.Dabei nimmt uns Lisa, eine der zwei jüngsten aus der Truppe, mit auf die Reise und erzählt aus der Ich-Perspektive von ihren Erlebnissen in Bullerbü. Denn zusammen mit ihren zwei Brüdern Lasse und Bosse, sowie ihren zwei besten Freundinnen Inga und Britta und dem Nachbarsjungen Ole, wird es Lisa niemals langweilig - dafür gibt es auch gar keinen Grund, denn der Südhof, der Nordhof und der Mittelhof, verstecken genug Spiel und Spaß, genug Erlebnisse. Das, was die Geschichte so besonders und zeitlos macht, ist die Unbeschwertheit, die Freiheit und die unendlich und wunderschön, kindliche Phantasie, über die Lindgren hier, mit einem sehr passenden, leichten und losgelösten Schreibstil schreibt. Fernab von jeglicher Technik, thematisiert die Autorin das, worauf es ankommt: Freundschaft, Familie und den Spaß am Leben. In insgesamt 17 kleineren Geschichten erfahren wir deshalb nicht nur, warum Jungs keine Geheimnisse haben können, Brüder anstrengend sind oder wie Ole seinen Hund bekam, sondern auch etwas darüber, wie genügsam man leben und dabei trotzdem glücklich sein kann, was es heißt für die Familie da zu sein und wie selbstverständlich es ist, Menschen, aber auch Tieren in Not zu helfen. Genau aus diesem Grund wird "Wir Kinder aus Bullerbü" hoffentlich noch lange zeitlos bleiben und noch lange Zeit in Kinderzimmern auf der ganzen Welt vorgelesen werden: Weil es sich auf die Dinge im Leben fokussiert, die wichtig sind. Weil es Kinder zeigt, die dank ihrer Phantasie alles sein können und alles machen können, was sie sich wünschen. Zu meiner Ausgabe: Ich besitze die farbig illustrierte Ausgabe mit Bildern von Katrin Engelking und kann diese nur wärmstens empfehlen. Ihre Bilder sind unglaublich stimmig und untermalen jede einzelne Geschichte nochmals auf ganz besondere Weise.Fazit"Ein Stück Kindheit, das einfach nicht fehlen sollte. Egal, wie alt man ist." Das fasst es passend zusammen. Der Klassiker "Wir Kinder aus Bullerbü" von Kinderbuchautorin Astrid Lindgren ist zeitlos und bietet kleine Geschichten mit Herz. Genau aus diesem Grund, ist es niemals zu spät, zusammen mit Lisa, Inga, Britta, Ole, Lasse und Bosse im Heu zu schlafen, durch den Schnee zu stampfen oder Rüben zu ziehen, denn dieses Buch bietet genug Abenteuer für jung und alt und verpackt dabei Themen, die wichtig sind, die mitten aus dem Leben sind, die man einfach nie aus den Augen verlieren sollte.

  • JoLynn
    2019-01-10 05:11

    Charming.

  • Eric Hinkle
    2018-12-23 03:20

    Such a charming book. I wish I had grown up in Noisy Village instead of the boring suburbs. I would've been a different person, I do believe!A true classic.

  • Mila
    2019-01-08 07:24

    I first read this book when I was 9, maybe 10. I adored it a lot and I was sad I lost my copy over the years. I got a copy (in English this time) recently and as I re-read the book, it was just as magical as the first time. Definite childhood favourite!

  • Abdollah zarei
    2018-12-31 10:28

    روایتی از یک دهکده و شخصیت های کودکانه اش، شاد ، صمیمی و کودکانه. ولی توقع بیشتری از آسترید داشتم. همچنان پسرم می یو رو توی کارای کودکی که ازش خوندم بیشتر دوست دارم

  • Erkka Karjalainen
    2019-01-16 06:59

    Den första bok jag läste på svenska. Den var kanska hård att först men blev lättare när jag läste mer. Jag tycker att jag ska läsa mera på svenska senare!

  • Pam
    2019-01-10 08:11

    This book was excellent and confirms what I thought after I read Ronia the Robber's Daughter...which is that Astrid Lindgren is a wonderful author. The language in this book is totally different than in that book, because this book is told in the voice of the little girl, Lisa, who is the main character. The words are simple, but meaningful and capture her experiences just right! In Ronia, the story is told in the 3rd person and uses a different, more adult style of writing that worked beautifully. I can't wait for my youngests to read this when our very own copy comes in the mail. (I borrowed it from the library, but since my kids are tough on books, we're safer having our own copy, I think!) I may even branch out of my usual hatred for reading chapter books out loud, and give this one an out-loud reading try! I think the language in this book might work perfectly for a group read. I really, really loved it.Best quote of the book, and it's just exactly like my daughter, A, (and myself), "As we were walking along, Britta took her book out of her schoolbag and smelled it. She let all of us smell it. New books smell so good you can tell how much fun it's going to be to read them." <3

  • Catherine
    2018-12-25 03:29

    When I first brought this book home from the library (based entirely on GR reviews), my 6-year-old son said it looked "lame." However...after I persisted in reading the first few chapters, he was completely won over. This is the charming story of a year in Noisy Village (really just a cluster of three small farms), in long ago Sweden. 1920s? They travel by foot or occasionally horse-drawn sled, but I think there might be mention of a truck. The Children of the title are three girls and three boys, ranging in age from 9 to 11: the narrator, Lisa, her two older brothers, a set of sisters who live on one side and a boy (who has a toddler sister) on the other side. It's all very wholesome and Swedish, with Lisa narrating events with a contagious wide-eyed enthusiasm. There's no real plot, although each chapter has a theme and tells a little story. The book just rambles on, much like childhood. Although it's a lovely little nostalgic taste of yesteryear (whenever that was), it did make me grateful for a lot of modern conveniences. The poor mothers never get to do any of the fun activities, like cutting down the Christmas tree or camping out at the lake to catch crayfish. They're too darn busy cooking, cleaning, etc., even though they have hired help.

  • Melanie
    2018-12-27 07:23

    Okay, I am kind of excited! This is the first non-picture book my 5 year old finished with me. I had tried Pippi longstocking and the little prince and neither of those took, but my little one loved this book. It's so funny to me because this book is literally a book with no action in it. It's about a little girl named Lisa who lives with her two brothers in a small village with other kids. They go to school, celebrate holidays and just enjoy being kids. I have to assume my daughter liked it because they kids were like her and the language was written like a 5-7 year old was writing it. But again, that's why Astrid Lindgren is so brilliant. I would never have thought this would be THE ONE. The book to make my little one not need a picture on every page. I am so happy about this BTW. I would have rated the book a 2 or 3 but Liana already wants to read it again. (I'm going to try something else first)

  • Cheryl
    2018-12-24 08:27

    "The Children of Noisy Village" is such a wonderful book for children!It is written by Astrid Lindgren, and I think much of the book was probably based on her own childhood growing up in Sweden in the early 1920's. I just loved reading about Anna, Britta, Karl, etc.. and all of their adventures in Noisy Village, a small group of 3 farms clustered together on the outskirts of town. The author makes you feel as if you are right there riding on the sleigh to school in the winter, searching for eggs around the house at Easter, or decorating the Christmas tree with apples, gingerbread, and candles during Yuletide. Perfect for a middle-grade child to read to themself or for a read-aloud by a parent to any elementary aged child. Very charming story!