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    Cross curricular teaching and entertainment in one Nobel volumeThese days interdisciplinary projects and cross curricular interlinking of learning are all the fashion and stressed teachers sigh in frustration over the tour de force of teaching not only their own subject but of successfully implementing relevant connecti

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    This children's classic published in 1906 by future Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerlöf is so famous in Scandinavia that everyone knows the plot; but until now I'd never read it Nils Holgersson a good for nothing kid in late nineteenth century Skåne angers the local tomte a kind of Swedish leprechaun who magical

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    There are three very good reasons to read this book the author is first woman ever to win a Nobel Prize it appears on Le Monde list of best books of 20th century And the fact that the protagonist's picture appears on 20 Swedish krona banknotes The talking animal surpass those of Kipling's Jungle Book in detail and characterization and they are also talking about such subjects like deforestation and industrialisation An

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    “The Wonderful Adventure of Nils Holgersson” is a Swedish children’s classic Published in 1906 the book actually resulted from a commission from the National Teachers Association to write a geography reader Author Selma Lagerlof apparently spent three years studying Nature and also investigating folklore and legends from around the country before writing this bookThe story itself involves a fourteen year old boy called Nils

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    This book will give you so much How is it that Swedish writers always find the right words for expressing children's thoughts and feelings Lagerlöf does a great job not only in describing the Swedish landscape but also in describing and telling Nils' story It is a wonderful piece of literature and should be read to every child You can learn a lot from Nils Holgersson It deals with topics different to speak about like de

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    A big book but full of nice stories of the wonderful adventures of Nils a boy who was turned tiny and went on a trip on his goose or was it a duck I can't remember But what I do remember is that the book had some magical s

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    I was about 10 years old and looking for something to read on a uiet Sunday afternoon in summer when I ran across a battered and faded copy o

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    There’s so much to the world of reading sigh And I continue to explore aspects of Children’s Literature In ‘The Wonder

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    Wonderful fantasy book for children or anyone who has not already read it I read it several times over the last 70 years

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    Sometimes its the perspective of a child that gives adults much needed clarity Without hyperbole metaphors or euphemisms this wonderful tale of adventure manages to show the complexity of nature and the abuse nature has gone through in the hands of humans Selma Lagerlöf writes story about a boy who isn't alwa

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Ropriate today is that of the environment expressed by the wild goose If you have learned anything at all from us Thumbietot you no longer think that the humans should have the whole earth to themselves Remember you have a large country and you can easily afford to leave a few bare rocks a few shallow lakes and swamps a few desolate cliffs and remote forests to us poor dumb creatures where we can be allowed to live in peace This combined edition from 1917 translations of the two adventures is sixth in a series of reprints from Penfield Books of the works of Selma Lagerlof Others include Invisible Links Girl from the Marsh Croft Memories of Marbacka Scandinavian Kings and ueens revised version soon to be released and Gosta Berling's Saga Forthcoming is Words of Love and Wisdom by Selma Lagerlof a book of selected excerpts from her major works Wonderful fantasy book for children or anyone who has not already read it I read it several times over the last 70 years Pills and Pacifiers: An Age-Play Medical Fantasy environment Felt and Torch on Roofing: A Practical Guide expressed by the wild goose If you have learned anything at all from us Thumbietot you no longer think that the humans should have the whole Diamonds, Gold, and War: The British, the Boers, and the Making of South Africa earth to themselves Remember you have a large country and you can King John and Magna Carta: A Ladybird Adventure from History book easily afford to leave a few bare rocks a few shallow lakes and swamps a few desolate cliffs and remote forests to us poor dumb creatures where we can be allowed to live in peace This combined Soundtracks For Learning: Using Music In The Classroom edition from 1917 translations of the two adventures is sixth in a series of reprints from Penfield Books of the works of Selma Lagerlof Others include Invisible Links Girl from the Marsh Croft Memories of Marbacka Scandinavian Kings and ueens revised version soon to be released and Gosta Berling's Saga Forthcoming is Words of Love and Wisdom by Selma Lagerlof a book of selected Bleach, Vol. 32: Howling excerpts from her major works Wonderful fantasy book for children or anyone who has not already read it I read it several times over the last 70 years

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BONUS Ten new pages about Selma Lagerlof and Sweden added Three landscape photos included Selma Lagerlof is best known in America and worldwide for her masterpiece children's' stories NILS The Wonderful Adventures of Nils and The Further Adventures of Nils Holgersson Originally commissioned by the Swedish National Teachers' Society to teach introductory geography to young Swedish schoolchildren these adventures first published in 1906 1907 take flight when Nils a Swedish imp is magically reduced to elfin size gets astride a gander who joins a flock of wild geese that fly a route covering the significant geographical and historical sites of all of Sweden Along the way they encounter the conseuential elements of survival both socially and environmentally predator and victim friend and foe the land and its users Told in a series of narratives t This children s classic published in 1906 by future Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerl f is so famous in Scandinavia that everyone knows the plot but until now I d never read it Nils Holgersson a good for nothing kid in late nineteenth century Sk ne angers the local tomte a kind of Swedish leprechaun who magically transforms him into another tomte Nils who s now the size of a thumb is fortunately adopted by a flock of geese who take him to their summer nesting grounds in Lapland and back again En route they conveniently traverse all of Sweden giving the author ample opportunity for an extended series of geography lessons It sounded dull but I was pleased to discover that in fact it s nothing of the kind The geography is always firmly in the service of the narrative the lead characters are well drawn and the style is moving and poetic But what surprised me most was that I d never heard how it came to be writtenAccording to the introduction the author s original inspiration was a terrible story she had heard from her grandmother about an incident that had occurred when the grandmother was herself a little girl There was a white goose on the farm and one spring day he took it into his head to fly off with a flock of wild geese who were passing by The family was of course sure they would never see him again But many months later Selma s grandmother was astonished to see that the goose had returned And he was not alone during the summer he had found a mate a beautiful grey goose and they were accompanied by half a dozen little goslings Delighted Selma s grandmother led the goose family to the barn where they could eat from the trough with the other fowl She closed the door so that they wouldn t fly off again and ran to tell her stepmother The stepmother said nothing She just took out the little knife she used for slaughtering geese and an hour later there was not one goose left alive in the barn For me this resonated with what many other people also find the most memorable episode in the book One night Nils is woken by a stork who says that if he follows him he will show him something important They fly to the seashore where there is a strange city uite unlike anything one would expect to find on the Swedish coast Nils goes in through the huge gate and discovers people dressed in rich clothes from a bygone age No one seems to notice him at first He finds his way to the merchants uarter People are selling all kinds of precious goods embroidered silks and satins gold ornaments glittering jewels And now he realizes that the merchants can see him They are holding out their wares to him offering all these treasures Nils tries to make them understand that he could never afford any of it he is a poor boy But they persist and using gestures tell him that he can have anything he wants if he can just give them one small copper coin He searches his pockets over and over again but finds they are empty In the end he leaves the city and when he turns round again it has disappeared It is the lost city of the sea traders explains the stork They were drowned beneath the waves long ago but once every hundred years they come back for a single night The legend is that if they can sell a single thing to a mortal they will be allowed to return to the world but they never do Nils feels his heart is going to break He could so easily have saved all these good people and their city but he has failed themIt seemed to me that both stories expressed the same feeling with uite unusual clarity If only Hasidism: A New History elfin size gets astride a gander who joins a flock of wild geese that fly a route covering the significant geographical and historical sites of all of Sweden Along the way they The Hanging Tree (English Edition) encounter the conseuential W cieniu prawa / Czarna Madonna / Świt, który nie nadejdzie elements of survival both socially and Ajax the Warrior environmentally predator and victim friend and foe the land and its users Told in a series of narratives t This children s classic published in 1906 by future Nobel Prize winner Selma Lagerl f is so famous in Scandinavia that 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occurred when the grandmother was herself a little girl There was a white goose on the farm and one spring day he took it into his head to fly off with a flock of wild geese who were passing by The family was of course sure they would never see him again But many months later Selma s grandmother was astonished to see that the goose had returned And he was not alone during the summer he had found a mate a beautiful grey goose and they were accompanied by half a dozen little goslings Delighted Selma s grandmother led the goose family to the barn where they could Karatay Diyetiyle Beslenme Tuzaklarından Kurtuluş Rehberi eat from the trough with the other fowl She closed the door so that they wouldn t fly off again and ran to tell her stepmother The stepmother said nothing She just took out the little knife she used for slaughtering geese and an hour later there was not one goose left alive in the barn For me this resonated with what many other people also find the most memorable Afterlife 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Hese adventures demonstrate this Nobel prize winning author's skill at defining the sublime in simple everyday existence Much of Selma Lagerlof's work is rooted in her childhood experiences at the ancestral home Marbacka In her Memories of Marbacka she recounts the flight of one of Marbacka's ganders who joins a flock of wild geese and returns during the next seasonal migration proudly bringing new family and friends to share the domestic trough only to come to a horrific end at the hands of the wicked housekeeper The emergence of these childhood impressions coupled with adult wisdom suggests the appeal of the adventures of Nils to both children and adults Family and household staff were a source of entertainment and amusement; the imaginative enchantment of storytelling was a main diversion Of the many concerns in these adventures still app This book will give you so much How is it that Swedish writers always find the right words for expressing children s thoughts and feelings Lagerl f does a great job not only in describing the Swedish landscape but also in describing and telling Nils story It is a wonderful piece of literature and should be read to every child You can learn a lot from Nils Holgersson It deals with topics different to speak about like death sickness or growing up And while writing about it in such a uniue manner she manages to teach children values like friendship and trust Absolutely adored it