[ Read eBook ] Rasmus på luffenAuthor Astrid Lindgren – Bilb-weil.de

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  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    Poor Poor Rasmus If only he had curly hair and better yet was a little girl instead of a boy with straight hair Surely if he was, the nice families would come and adopt him from the orphanage, Right While the older boys try to tell Rasmus to stop hoping for a family, he simply can t give up the dream and settle into the orphanage life, which is all he has ever known Rasmus is a pretty good boy, but he just cannot take the orphanage any and he runs away wishing for freedom and hopefully Poor Poor Rasmus If only he had curly hair and better yet was a little girl instead of a boy with straight hair Surely if he was, the nice families would come and adopt him from the orphanage, Right While the older boys try to tell Rasmus to stop hoping for a family, he simply can t give up the dream and settle into the orphanage life, which is all he has ever known Rasmus is a pretty good boy, but he just cannot take the orphanage any and he runs away wishing for freedom and hopefully a family It turns out, freedom is scary when you are a little kid in a dark, cold and foodless world Oh, he forgot about hunger And Man, is he cold Thankfully our little friend bumps into the friendly Oscar not too long into his newfound independence A disheveled, friendly man who declares himself to be God s best friend Together Rasmus and Oscar travel the countryside in search of food They sing for their supper Oscar is a wonderful accordion player how can earn decent money when he tries and do various chores to get by The country setting makes me want to get out of the city immediately and go for a stroll down some dirt road and just enjoy the world for a bit In fact, I was jealous of it all if I am honest and can see why Oscar chose to be a wandering bum The world isn t all rosy for our friends The police suspect them of stealing all the time, and they bump into two very bad men I do not want to wreck the surprise or storyline, but this isn t just a cute story about a friendship between a lonely boy and a nice man There s action in it to keep the kids entertained Action with guns, and rolling fist fights, Jail time and secret hideouts.For a book written in 1956, Rasmus and the Vagabond sure is a timeless and wonderful read Astrid Lindgren does a fantastic job writing books that kids and adults both love There was emotion that made me want to hug poor little Rasmus and his fantasy of a mom to hug him when he is sick, and action enough that kept me reading late into the night to see what was going to happen When I closed the book I literally sighed a happy sigh and went to sleep with a big silly smile on my face I thought I knew how it would end, but I didn t guess correctly I have read a number of Lindgren books, and this one is my favorite so far I am so glad that Plough Publishing re released this story using the same illustration as the older hardback versions the book world is a better place because of it New York Book Review is releasing two other Lindgren books in May that I am eagerly awaiting so I can read them too Mio My Son, and Seacrow Island so be on the lookout for those too It has gotten to the point where I don t have to know what the book is about, if Astrid Lindgren wrote it, I m going to read it I know it s early in the year still, but for now Rasmus and the Vagabond is my favorite read of 2015 I received a copy of this book for review and its going on my favorites shelf


  2. Steven Walle Steven Walle says:

    I accidently posted this book I didn t read it but I don t know how to get rid of it so I chose this option Be Blessed.


  3. Kirsten Swanson Kirsten Swanson says:

    An old favorite, now shared with my children Rasmus the orphan child shows the importance of touch and listening to children Oscar the vagabond, loveable and surprising becomes a hero inthan one way.


  4. Margaret Chind Margaret Chind says:

    Review below Through the many lists that I have acquired through out the years on books to read aloud to and books to let middle readers delve into, Astrid Lindgren has always been recommended There are a few titles I often see, including her heroine Pippi Longstocking, but what about for the hero inclined aka boy readers Thus, we have Rasmus.I love this cover The book itself has that soft feel and the colors and image to the cover image are very attractive Kudos Eric Palmquist For Review below Through the many lists that I have acquired through out the years on books to read aloud to and books to let middle readers delve into, Astrid Lindgren has always been recommended There are a few titles I often see, including her heroine Pippi Longstocking, but what about for the hero inclined aka boy readers Thus, we have Rasmus.I love this cover The book itself has that soft feel and the colors and image to the cover image are very attractive Kudos Eric Palmquist For my personal book lists for my students I am a fan of the vintage classic books and it makes my heart smile when publishers republish titles that are worthwhile to be in the hands of a child Originally published in 1956 and renewed and reinvigorated with life for a new generation for 2015, Plough has this in a pretty package Even the back cover text is in attractive fonts and shades Rasamus and the Vagabond is engaging for the young reader Our hero here is about the age of nine, and my 5.5 year old daughter is not quite ready for it alone, but I plan to have him nearby for introduction within a few years I think she shall meet Pippi first I won t hesitate to read this aloud to her at this point little violence, but much like a classic old tv western but would want to wait to have her read it alone to make sure she would discuss with me any fears and situations.I d recommend this if you enjoy Pippi, or Charlie and the Chocolate Factory , or Wilbur Charlotte s Web 14 chapters of adventure that can create discussion and truly make you think.posted I received this product free for the purpose of reviewing it I received no other compensation for this review The opinions expressed in this review are my personal, honest opinions Your experience may vary Please read my full disclosure policy fordetails.


  5. Kimberly Miller Kimberly Miller says:

    I loved this book From start to finish, Astrid Lindgren had me hooked This is an excellent story to read to your children at bedtime a chapter or two each night will wisk them off to dreamland where they can travel the road with Paradise Oscar and Rasmus in search of parents for Rasmus They have many adventures during their travels and even solve a mystery Children of all ages, young and old, will enjoy this book


  6. Michelle Michelle says:

    This is a cute book There s Good guys and bad guys and a happy ending Great for younger readers.


  7. Erika Erika says:

    As a long time fan of Pippi Longstocking, I couldn t pass up the chance to review a new book by her creator, Astrid Lindgren Lindgren s newest novel, starring an orphan boy named Rasmus, is a wonderful adventure that takes me right back to my childhood nights, reading under my blanket with a flashlight As a grown woman with children too young for chapter books, I still gobbled up the whole story in one sitting Lindgren does an amazing job of making both Rasmus and his unlikely, but loveable v As a long time fan of Pippi Longstocking, I couldn t pass up the chance to review a new book by her creator, Astrid Lindgren Lindgren s newest novel, starring an orphan boy named Rasmus, is a wonderful adventure that takes me right back to my childhood nights, reading under my blanket with a flashlight As a grown woman with children too young for chapter books, I still gobbled up the whole story in one sitting Lindgren does an amazing job of making both Rasmus and his unlikely, but loveable vagabond, Oscar, endearing and relatable Engaging from page one, the plot moves quickly and effortlessly as Rasmus tackles the challenges of boyhood, while living out a most dangerous adventure that children are going to love to read and or hear aloud The storyline is strong and exciting, but not overly complex as to distract younger readers The language is clear and flows beautifully, allowing for easy engagement and immersion in the story Reasons to Read The biggest reason to read this book is because it is enjoyable and fun The characters are unfailingly morally sound and the adventure riveting I highly recommend reading this one alongside or with your children Reasons to Pass Contextual clues indicate the story to be set in a bygone era and as such, there are elements of gender stereotyping with the girls at the orphanage performing household associated chores, while the boys dig up potatoes This does little to dissuade me from enjoying the story, but I appreciate that some parents are especially sensitive to this and I wanted to mention it here.Genre Children s Chapter Book, Fiction, AdventureSuggested Rating PG There is some violence including fist fighting and a gun although, no one is severely injured or shot The main character, Rasmus is delightfully opposed to and sickened by the very sight of violence, which is very refreshing Gender stereotyping is present A few of the characters, some potentially homeless, display characteristics consistent with mental illness, which may warrant discussion with younger children Bottom Line I loved this book and am adding it to the list to read with my children.Would you recommend this book to a friend Yes Go ahead and get the book I dare you not to fall in love with Rasmus and Oscar


  8. Linda Walters Linda Walters says:

    Oh boy, this was another story that I wasn t sure I was going to like I found before too long, that wasn t the case What a surprise I fell in love with it It was such a sweet, charming story withthan one subtle character building points Rasmus is tired of being passed over for girls with curly hair He has two strikes against him when it comes to getting a family He s a boy AND he has straight hair So when he innocently gets in trouble several times in one day, he hightails it out Oh boy, this was another story that I wasn t sure I was going to like I found before too long, that wasn t the case What a surprise I fell in love with it It was such a sweet, charming story withthan one subtle character building points Rasmus is tired of being passed over for girls with curly hair He has two strikes against him when it comes to getting a family He s a boy AND he has straight hair So when he innocently gets in trouble several times in one day, he hightails it out of the orphanage He tries to be brave, but he is cold, hungry and just a tiny bit afraid okay, maybeafraid at times than he wants to admit That is until he meeets, Paradise Oscar Oscar becomes a buddy over time, someone who helps him, while still helping Rasmus keep his dignity That part is so well done, that it made me smile every time it happened That and the fact that Rasmus so often found himself less acceptable because he had straight hair Don t get me wrong, I wasn t smiling because he felt somehow flawed but I smiled at the many times, in innocence he wove it into different conversations The crooks in the story, give both Rasmus and Oscar a lot of grief but in the end, justice is served But the mystery of the chase is enjoyable There is a lazy day kind of wandering that Oscar and Rasmus did, that gave it a warm feeling but it also had adventure, and some challenges Just in case anyone thinks its a snoozer, its not Oh and brace yourself, you might not see the end coming the way it does I like that a lot too The cover is a bit old world style and I didn t really care for it at first but I found it grew on me The same could also be said of the black and white sketches that are inside the book This kind of illustration is not normally a favorite with me Its probably because I ve gotten spoiled with theelaborate ones we see in most books BUT, not only did this style grow on me, it seemed to fit with the fresh, innocent simplicity of the story This story really surprised me I went from doubting I d like it, to loving it and wanting to put it into my Keeper Library I received the book in this post compliments of Plough Publishing via Handlebar Marketing for purposes of this review, however all opinions are my own


  9. Jalynn Patterson Jalynn Patterson says:

    About the Book After running away from an orphanage, nine year old Rasmus finds the world a cold and unfriendly place until he meets an extraordinary tramp called Paradise Oscar Together they meetadventure than they ever imagined, solve a mystery, catch the culprits, and find Rasmus a home Astrid Lindgren, who gave the world Pippi Longstocking, sets this action packed classic of children s literature in the Swedish countryside before the age of automobiles This is one book you ll want About the Book After running away from an orphanage, nine year old Rasmus finds the world a cold and unfriendly place until he meets an extraordinary tramp called Paradise Oscar Together they meetadventure than they ever imagined, solve a mystery, catch the culprits, and find Rasmus a home Astrid Lindgren, who gave the world Pippi Longstocking, sets this action packed classic of children s literature in the Swedish countryside before the age of automobiles This is one book you ll want to readthan once About the Author Astrid Lindgren, the creator of Pippi Longstocking, Emil, and dozens of other world famous characters, has delighted three generations of children with her storytelling prowess Lindgren s children s books have sold over 144 million copies worldwide Astrid Lindgren 1907 2002 is the only children s author with a literary prize, a theme park, a museum, a satellite, and a minor planet named in her honor After this last honor, she suggested changing her name to Asteroid Lindgren A jury appointed by Swedish Radio s Culture Department to elect the Author of the Millennium voted Astrid Lindgren second after William Shakespeare She was awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for her contribution to international children s literature My Review I think everyone at some point in time in their childhood has wanted to run away from home at least once We believe that the world in all its glory is such a fascinating place full of wonder and excitement Well 9 year old Rasmus is no different, he wants to run and do as he pleases So he runs away from the orphanage that he resides in and almost instantly realizes that the world is not so great after all Soon Rasmus meets a fellow traveler and the two of them become fast friends and so the adventure truly begins An amazing story brought to life once again after it s original publishing in 1956 This book is a classic now, just as it was all that time ago It is a fun read that my children enjoyed They didn t know that it was a classic from long ago, it is still full of action and intrigue after all these years Disclosure This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Flyby


  10. Steph Thompson Steph Thompson says:

    As a child I devoured Lindren s Pipi Longstocking series I fell in love with the quirky character and vivid, playful writing I expected no less from Rasmus and the Vagabond, and was not disappointed.In Rasmus and the Vagabond Astrid Lindgren explores the innocent angst of a young boy, his unlikely companion, and a journey that changes them both Rasmus is a 9 year old orphan who, though well cared for, has not experienced much love or affection He longs for a mother and father of his own, but As a child I devoured Lindren s Pipi Longstocking series I fell in love with the quirky character and vivid, playful writing I expected no less from Rasmus and the Vagabond, and was not disappointed.In Rasmus and the Vagabond Astrid Lindgren explores the innocent angst of a young boy, his unlikely companion, and a journey that changes them both Rasmus is a 9 year old orphan who, though well cared for, has not experienced much love or affection He longs for a mother and father of his own, but comes to believe that most parents only want a curly haired girl Fed up with life at the orphanage, and sure that he can make a better go of it alone, Rasmus escapes.Almost immediately he realizes that life outside the orphanage is toughuntil he has the good fortune of crossing paths with a tramp named Paradise Oscar, the self proclaimed best friend of God The two unlikely companions get into all kinds of scraps during their travelsand in the process, grow quite fond of each other.This is an enjoyable book that I highly recommend Rasmus is a very likable character, and the reader is drawn into his innocent longings and observations Rasmus desire for a family of his own is a universal theme that tugs at the heart strings of all ages Oscar is a quirky character who does not reveal much about himself However, his kindness and affection for Rasmus eventually wins the affections of the reader.The plot is moved forward by a series of events involving Rasmus, Oscar, and a pair of thieves Each chapter leaves the reader wondering what will happen next and yearning forThe adventure is exciting and action packedappealing especially to any boy who has imaginatively played out a cops and robbers scene.My only criticism is that I feel the end came rather abruptly It is a surprising and satisfying ending, however, I would have liked for it to have drawn out a bit .I read this book with my three boys, ages 6, 9, and 10 It both captivated and delighted all of us I would recommend reading this book with your children of all ages, or just for your own pleasure