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I de tre nabogårde i Bulderby i Småland bor seks glade børn der elsker at lege dagen lang På mellemgården bor Lisa med sine brødre Lasse og Bosse På nordgården bor søstrene Britta og Anna og på sydgården bor Olle Ja de er faktisk syv men Olles lillesøster er kun to og et halvt år og selvom hun er noget. I can say that I have a happy childhood Not perfect but happy One of the reasons for this a minor reason but still was that my parents bought me this book The story is simple once upon a time there was a tiny Swedish village called Bullerby Noisy consisting of three houses In one house lived the heroine called Lisa with two brothers in another house there lived two sisters and in the last one there was a boy From my understanding the difference between the oldest of the six kids and the youngest was two years The book is about these six kidsYou cannot find any coming of age development in the book no deep philosophical thoughts no preaching and no lessons Just kids living together having fun working going to school and having a friendly and friendly is the keyword here rivalry between boys and girls Some of their adventures are just interesting some very interesting and some laugh out loud funny I challenge anybody to read a chapter called Our Way Home from School and not to crack a smile at least once I still laugh reading it In other words like practically everything Astrid Lindgren wrote the book is good Very good Excellent even if you managed to read it in your childhood Let me give you an idea These pesky scientists came up with the term googol it is a very large number eual to the 10 to power 100 In other words digit 1 followed by hundred zeroes Everything is nice and great but it turned out the number of elementary particles in the universe is lower refer to Wikipedia if you do not believe me So we have a number but nothing to use it on However I have a suggestion This number is roughly the same as the number of times I read this book It is this good What is not good is the English translation at least US one I can understand Bullerby being translated into Noisy What is bizarre is the need for translation of the names I can somewhat understand Lizzie becoming Lisa Bosse became Bill at least the first letters are the same Can somebody tell me what one need to smoke or inhale or inject depending on one s preferences to turn Lasse into Karl I am sure the stuff was very potent So the book is great 5 firm stars The English translation is subpar especially avoid the one done by Florence Lamborn Obviously the best way to read it is in original language for the lucky people that know Swedish Russian translation is good enough as well I have no idea about the other languages The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) glade børn der elsker at lege dagen lang På mellemgården bor Lisa med sine brødre Lasse og Bosse På nordgården bor søstrene Britta og Anna og på sydgården bor Olle Ja de er faktisk syv men Olles lillesøster er kun to og et halvt år og selvom hun er noget. I can say that I have a happy childhood Not perfect but happy One of the reasons for this a minor reason but still was that my parents bought me this book The story is simple once upon a time there was a tiny Swedish village called Bullerby Noisy consisting of three houses In one house lived the heroine called Lisa with two brothers in another house there lived two sisters and in the last one there was a boy From my understanding the difference between the oldest of the six kids and the youngest was two years The book is about these six kidsYou cannot find any coming of age development in the book no deep philosophical thoughts no preaching and no lessons Just kids living together having fun working The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, going to school and having a friendly and friendly is the keyword here rivalry between boys and Incubus girls Some of their adventures are just interesting some very interesting and some laugh out loud funny I challenge anybody to read a chapter called Our Way Home from School and not to crack a smile at least once I still laugh reading it In other words like practically everything Astrid Lindgren wrote the book is The Sharpe Companion The Early Years good Very Tantra y salchicha. 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F 1958 der er uddannet på Statens Teaterskole og har medvirket i skuespil film og tv serier Hun er isærkendt for rollen som krummemor i Krummerne så er det jul igen Vibeke Hastrups indlevende og varme stemme har gjort hende til en af landets mest benyttede speaker og indlæser lige fra Toy Story II til Madicken. 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 SwedenI 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 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 helpedAs 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 themThe 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 thingsThen 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 yetI feel sorry for all people who have never rowed out on a lake at four in the morning and picked up crayfish traps The Monarchs Are Missing gjort hende til en af landets mest benyttede speaker og indlæser lige fra Toy Story II til Madicken. 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 SwedenI 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 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 helpedAs 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 Touchstone good that you can tell how much fun it s Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding going to be to read themThe day after we baked the Love is Blind ginger snaps was fun too for then we went to the forest to cut the Christmas trees All the fathers Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia 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 thingsThen 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 Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch get Catching Fire gray hairs yetI feel sorry for all people who have never rowed out on a lake at four in the morning and picked up crayfish traps

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Af det sødeste er hun altså ikke helt et barn endnuFølg børnene i den smukke højsommer i Småland hvor det vrimler med eventyr alle vegne Astrid Lindgrens elskede fortællinger om 'Alle vi børn i Bulderby' er inspireret af hendes egen lykkelige og frie barndom i SmålandLydbogen er indlæst af Vibeke Hastrup. Indeed and truly the Noisy Village series actually the German language translations of Astrid Lindgren s original Swedish text and where the hamlet is known as Bullerb was one of my absolute favourites when I was a little girl and I must have read all three books at least ten times and that is at best a rather conservative estimate And at that age from about the age of seven to ten I just felt and knew on a purely emotional and personal level that I absolutely adored the sweet and enchanting episodical nuggets of a generally carefree childhood in a turn of the century Swedish village actually even less than a village but really just three interconnected farms But now after recently rereading this here omnibus of all of the Bullerb stories and for the first time in decades I can absolutely and totally appreciate and understand both emotionally and academically stylistically how simply wonderful the first person narrative of seven year old Lisa really is as 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 Bullerb sparkle with sweetness and lightHowever although Die Kinder aus Bullerb and yes in the English translations Bullerb is indeed known as Noisy Village thus still remains and will always remain a total personal favourite I am also by no means blind and deaf to the fact that there are also some need to be discussed issues and potential problems with Die Kinder aus Bullerb such as for example the rather unfortunate and salient fact that the children of Bullerb and especially the three boys are constantly and joyfully playing Indian a tendency of especially older adventure and nostalgia based children s literature which is often and with much justification regarded as profoundly anathema by many Native Americans and Canadians And while even as a child these episodes always did feel mildly uncomfortable they also did not bother me all that much either but they certainly do uite massively grate and chafe now Now I do realise that these stories that these anecdotal episodes were all written in the 1940s and that the concept of playing Cowboys and Indians was a common and accepted trend and theme in European children s literature and is actually still much commonplace and accepted than in North America but I do still cringe a bit and even feel a trifle guilty And yes if were in this day and age reading the Bullerb series with or to children I would most definitely be discussing this to me important scenario especially with regard to that one scene in Die Kinder aus Bullerb where the children are pretending that the family cows are an opposing Native American tribe as that does really feel insulting to Native Americans and Canadians However and for me happily and appreciatively at least in the German translations these episodes have all been retained to be discussed as necessary unlike in the American Noisy Village translations where they have seemingly been redacted altogether understandable perhaps but also both unfortunate and even rather unacceptable as for one these episodes are an integral part of the original plot and storyline and as already briefly pointed out for two also lead themselves very well to discussions and considerstions as to what constitutes so called political correctness and whether inclusiveness and cultural understanding could even be achieved by simply removing expurging words scenes themes now deemed possibly or probably offensive from older and dated children s books as really removing such content could actually and easily be painting showing an erroneous portrait of the past of the world when the given book in this case the Bullerb trilogy was first published


10 thoughts on “Alla vi barn i Bullerbyn

  1. says:

    I can say that I have a happy childhood Not perfect but happy One of the reasons for this a minor reason but still was that my parents bought me this book The story is simple once upon a time there was a tiny Swedish village called Bullerby Noisy consisting of three houses In one house lived the heroine called Lisa with two brothers in another house there lived two sisters and in the last one there was a boy From my understanding

  2. says:

    Astrid Lindgren had a penchant for married men and story telling and I would have pushed people out of my way to get closer to her at a dinner partyMs Lindgren's writing always pulls you in and tells you who's b

  3. says:

    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 ailingThe six children of Noisy Village — 9 year old Lisa; her mis

  4. says:

    Indeed and truly the Noisy Village series actually the German language translations of Astrid Lindgren's original Swedish text and w

  5. says:

    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 storiesWe love Bullerby we would happily move there tomorrow and if that wasn

  6. says:

    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

  7. says:

    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 SwedenI had to keep stopping to read sections to

  8. says:

    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

  9. says:

    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

  10. says:

    My six year old and I are having fun with this one so farUpdate As a read aloud it's probably three stars but I think for an eight year old reading it to herself it would be a four From a parent's perspective it's full of wholesome fun and adventures I did enjoy reading about the Swedish holiday traditions

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