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by Ragnhild Schaefer

  • Author: Ragnhild Schaefer
  • ISBN: 1403362947
  • ISBN13: 978-1403362940
  • ePub: 1736 kb | FB2: 1976 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Contemporary
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse (October 23, 2002)
  • Pages: 152
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 718
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Childhood is an unforgettable time full of stories that are both fun and touching. One of the warmest memories from my childhood. Bright Side found the warmest online stories to give you a little bit of nostalgic reminiscence of those wonderful times. When my brother was little, we lived in a country house, and he often went in the backyard to get suntanned. He took a folding bed, undressed to his shorts, lay down, and covered himself with a blanket. When our mom told him that wasn’t how you tanned, he replied, If I take it off, mosquitoes will bite me! My friend and I live in the same apartment building on the same floor, but we’re two entrances away from each other.

Book from my childhood. What others are saying. Red riding hood is not just another story about good defeating evil. Výsledek obrázku pro alice in wonderland silhouette. It is also great material for historical and social studies. old Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs illustration.

The book taught me how to create something visually compelling for an audience, much like what I do today!  .

The book taught me how to create something visually compelling for an audience, much like what I do today! – Liz Lapp, Curator. Struwwelpeter by Heinrich Hoffmann. This was such a fascinating book when I was a kid. The dark German folk tales teach childhood lessons through exaggerated punishment. The images are surreal and sparked my imagination of being a bad boy! – Philippe Intraligi, Art Director. Ed Emberley’s Drawing Book of Animals by Ed Emberley.

About the time dad had Luke just about ready to hand over the 40 bucks, along came cousin Henry. He saw what was about to take place with a big smile on his face.

Create comics and graphic novels that jump off the screen. It was late May, and dad was talking to his long time friend Luke about his new Rototiller, and what he wanted to do with his old one. Luke being a farmer himself had a gleam in his eyes and just thinking about putting in a garden made him feel good all over. Luke was getting up in years, so he was thinking of a smaller garden this year and he would be needing a rototiller for that instead of his John Deer tractor. About the time dad had Luke just about ready to hand over the 40 bucks, along came cousin Henry.

Book six: tales from the hood. SABRINA HAD NEVER FELT AS CONFIDENT as she did at that moment. Book seven: the everafter war. Book eight: the inside story. For the first time in a long time she wasn’t worried about monsters, villains, or lunatics. She didn’t fear surprise attacks or betrayal by people she trusted. In fact, she was eager for a confrontation.

Based on the PBS animated series of the same name, Mikhail Baryshnikov's Stories from My Childhood, ed. by Joan Borsten and Oleg Vidov, presents 11 Russian and European fairy tales, including such lesser known tales as Alexander Pushkin's "The Golden Rooster" and classics like. by Joan Borsten and Oleg Vidov, presents 11 Russian and European fairy tales, including such lesser known tales as Alexander Pushkin's "The Golden Rooster" and classics like "Cinderella. Baryshnikov provides the foreword; film stills (unfortunately, out of focus and quite grainy) from the Russian animation studio Soyuzmultfilm illustrate the text.

Extract from a dramatisation of Roald Dahl's book 'Boy: Tales from Childhood'. The young Roald Dahl is seen watching an older boy on a cycle, freewheeling down a hill. A voiceover in the role of Dahl articulates the fact that at that moment his only ambition was to be like the older boy on his bike: in long trousers, bravely and gracefully - and with arms folded - freewheeling down the hill.

The voice of the narrator switches back and forth from a grown woman reliving her memories, to that of a child in wartime Germany. The death of a playmate, the slaughter of a pet rabbit for food, and the unfulfilled wish for a peaceful family life playa pivotal role in the Author's development. Equally important are the enduring friendships she forms, and the starkness and beauty of life lived by the North Sea.
Vobei
I have read this book three times and can highly recommend it. Each time I learned something new and appreciated Henson's literary talents more. I hope it will be made into a movie because, with all the human interest and minute details recalled by Henson's phenomenal memory, the director has half of his or her work already done by an expert.
Marinara
This book will make you laugh, cry and ponder. Factual historical details, of a forgotten but important setting, are skillfully interspersed with unforgettable vignettes preserved from childhood memory.

It should be kept on the same shelf as "Man's Search For Meaning" and "Lingua Tertii Imperii."
Darkraven
LOVE THIS BOOK, AND I LOVE THE LADY WHO WROTE IT! I GOT MY SIGNED COPY DIRECTLY FROM HER! SHE WROTE THIS BOOK FOR HER FAMILY, BUT EVERYONE CAN ENJOY IT! SHE IS SUCH A MARVELOUS, ADORABLE LITTLE LADY, SHES 81 NOW. PLEASE BUY HER BOOK? SHE GETS LIKE $1.75 OR SOMETHING PER COPY, BLESS YOU ALL. ROSS
Crazy
After our current age has passed, future historians who study the World War II will find a treasure trove on the pages of Ronee Henson's FACES FROM ANOTHER TIME. This gem of a book chronicles an average family's life in a small northwest Germany town during the great conflagration.
The author retells the events as seen through the eyes of a sensitive young child. Several of her stories touched me. They include: Trouble finding enough food, school field trips, saving a pet rabbit during an air raid, the plight of a starving elderly couple, the crash of a British warplane, a crippled veteran's sad return from war. And there are many other intrigues.
Henson draws the reader into the 1940s with gripping narratives and her masterly style. Anyone interested in either the period or excellent writing will enjoy this book. I say five stars.
Chankane
Ms. Henson tells her story of growing up in East Germany during World War II in the first person and the present tense. This adds to the fragile smell and texture of childhood, of a childhood troubled by privation, invasion, and difficult family males. I hope she submits it to book competitions. It deserves prizes as well as a large readership.
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