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Landslide

Drink but goat’s milk and only the sound of the cuckoo clock to help them count the hours of the twelve days which pass before they are rescuedIn this dilemma Laurent comes out of his snail’s shell but though the others accept him as their leader they do not always obey him especially his little sister Bertille She brings them into even greater danger when she tries to break. I remember reading this in sixth grade and being entranced It was a story full of adventure and a bit scary to an 11 year old I pulled it out of the library to see how it aged and it read a bit differently Still a good book but not exactly as thrilling 30 years later

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When Laurent’s father called him ‘a snail’ and sent him off to the mountains with four younger children to learn responsibility he didn’t realize what a difficult task his son would have to face For the children get buried alive as a result of landslide No one knows their whereabouts and they have to live in a strange house in total darkness with almost nothing to eat and. I read this as a child and it really stayed with me

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The rules The children have to learn to love with rats and Laurent gets badly wounded before he finally finds a way of signalling for helpThis is a book you are certain to read twice – first uickly to find out what happens and then again slowly to re live the adventures and perhaps imagine how you would have managed in the same predicament For all Puffin readers between 9 and. This book was about kids who are alone in a house when a landslide covers it It scared me as a child to think this could really happen The children are siblings from very young to teenagers and they have some pets in the house with them There were injuries and death in the book and it troubled me alot I did find the book riveting and I think I read it in a couple of hours because I HAD to know what happened


10 thoughts on “Landslide

  1. says:

    Enjoyable book about a group of French children who get stranded over the Christmas holidays in a hotel in MonpierreWhile they slee

  2. says:

    Set in circa 1958 France when five children ranging from about age five to fifteen on their Christmas vacation are buried in a cabin by a landslide first panic then a calm and finally desperation rules each individual's actions Two goats wandering about in the dark underground rooms with the children cause confus

  3. says:

    I read this as a child and it really stayed with me

  4. says:

    I remember reading this in sixth grade and being entranced It was a story full of adventure and a bit scary to an 11 year old I pulled it out of the library to see how it aged and it read a bit differently Still a good book but not exactly as thrilling 30 years later

  5. says:

    Years ago my sixth grade teacher read this to the class It meant so much to me then and I found a copy as an adult and had to grab it If you haven't read it find a copy and read it to your kids and grandkids

  6. says:

    This was another reread of an awesome 60s kids' book It basically tells the story of how these kids get trapped by a landslide and have to survive It was cool how we sort of got to know all five of the kids There's Laurent who's shy and is on this trip to come out of his shell although I don't think there's anything wrong with doing science experiments in your room Veroniue who's also shy and gets out of her comfort zone Bertil

  7. says:

    I read this book as a child and always remembered this story fondly I couldn't remember the name of the book or the author so I did

  8. says:

    This book was about kids who are alone in a house when a landslide covers it It scared me as a child to think this could really happe

  9. says:

    read this years ago as a little girl and happened to think of it today which I think says something about the book in and of itselfA real page turner I think it set me on the course of reading non fiction travel and adventure that I pursue as an adult

  10. says:

    True story

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