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Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì The Moomins and the Great Flood during World War II She said later that the war had depressed her and she had wanted to write something naive and innocent Besides the Moomin novels and short stories Tove Jansson also wrote and illustrated four original and highly popular picture booksJansson's Moomin books have been translated into languages.

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  • bup

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFThis is the uietest great book I've ever readEvery once in a while I read a book that makes me jealous that makes me wish I could write and do what the book did Like this one It's a wisp of a book brief with no plot to speak of and only two real characters no compelling crisis to drive the action no suspenseI almost cried when it endedIt's like a watercolor of only four or five easy strokes that you can't help but stare at for hoursYeahSo this girl Sophia and her grandmother and by the way her dad is there too but in Sophia's world he's just a background force like the weather and not a character This girl Sophia and her grandmother do not do much but spend lots of time together doing normal things on normal summer days that happen in no particular order and I don't even think all the same yearAnd it's just wonderfulIf you've ever read the Moomintroll books this book has the same breezy disarming sense of humorI bet Tove Jansson co


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    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFMy favorite summer reading recommendation‘ The forest was full of signs and portents its own secret written language’Tove Jansson the world renowned creator of the Moomintroll characters succinctly harnesses the power and glory of a seaside summer season in the twenty two elegant vignettes contained within The Summer Book Here is a book in no need of magic or any other fantastical adornments as she reminds us that we can discover pure beautiful magic in the natural world all around us if only we uiet our lives and open our eyes to it Set upon a tiny island in the Gulf of Finland much like where Jansson’s own family spent their summers Summer Book chronicles the interactions and adventures between a young girl Sophia and her grandmother as they embrace the world and all the facts of life that surround them Tender and subtle yet laced wi


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  • Dolors

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFWhy do only the very very young or the very very old have time to ponder what heaven is like? Or to bask in the simple act of diving? Or to invent stories about mice and worms and write a novel about a day in their animal lives? Maybe because grandmothers are the only people in the world capable of educating using the art of playing and granddaughters are the only ones ready to play with grandmothers seriously This is in short what Tove Jansson portrays in The Summer Book a summer that is not Mediterranean and a book that is no


  • Warwick

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFAs luck would have it there was a Tove Jansson exhibition on at the Helsinki Ateneum while I was in town – August marks the centenary of her birth It's still strange to me to realise that a hundred years ago is only the twentieth century now To me ‘last century’ still suggests Oscar Wilde Thomas Hardy Amidst all the seascapes moody self portraits and Moomin sketches I was fascinated by a video exhibit that showed a loop of grainy home movie footage Tove and her partner Tuulikki Pietilä on their island in the Pellinkis la


  • Richard Derus

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFRating 45 of fiveThe Publisher Says In The Summer Book Tove Jansson distills the essence of the summer—its sunlight and storms—into twenty two crystalline vignettes This brief novel tells the story of Sophia a six year old girl awakening to existence and Sophia’s grandmother nearing the end of hers as they spend the summer on a tiny unspoiled island in the Gulf of Finland The grandmother is unsentimental and wise if a little cranky; Sophia is impetuous and volatile but she tends to her grandmother with the care of a new parent Together they amble over coastline and forest in


  • Adam Dalva

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFTotally charming and remarkably deep little book makes for a very happy afternoon Jannson's talent shines through in her depiction of both the old and the young The Grandmother and Sophia have much in common and the novel is revelation on how


  • Caterina

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDF One time in April there was a full moon and the sea was covered with iceDo you remember when you were a child so many books were enchanting casting a spell of wonder and reverence over you that you carried around long after the book was finished? Even if the book contained absolutely no magic or fantasy but was do


  • Fionnuala

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFOne tiny island in the gulf of Finland comes to represent a complete world full of miracle and mystery safety and danger as we are swept happily along through the adventures of a feisty indomitable little girl and her refreshingly different grandmotherRead this perfect little book and better still give it to everyone you know for Christmas


  • Teresa

    Kindle kdglasscouk ç Sommarboken Kindle ì sommarboken ebok, Sommarboken PDFI'd temporarily put away The Horn Island Logs of Walter Inglis Anderson to get to other books and then this one arrived from the library The character of Grandmother and the setting immediately called to mind Anderson and the tiny island of his nonfictional logs Both Anderson and Grandmother live at times on an island where they are tolerant though very wary of outsiders They find their place in the island world by observing the minutest of lives there knowing they're just another small element They are determined to become a part of its ecosystem without changing it though they are too much of realists to know that doing so completely


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