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READ PDF ì Il viaggio di Elisabet Õ Che i negozi di giocattoli siano per ogni bambino e anche per pi di un adulto mondi incantati, pieni di sorprese e di meraviglie, non certo un mistero Ma qual invece il mistero che si cela dietro l improvvisa scomparsa, proprio dal reparto giocattoli di un grande magazzino, di Elisabet Hansen, una ragazzina simpatica e volitiva Semplice quando ha visto un agnellino di peluche prendere vita e scappar via come un fulmine, Elisabet non ha saputo resistere alla tentazione d inseguirlo per fargli anche soltanto una piccola carezza E come darle torto Tanto pi che, ben presto, all agnellino si sono affiancati alcuni angeli maliziosi e birichini, svariati personaggi biblici, il governatore della Siria, un altezzoso imperatore e altre pecore, formando cos una straordinaria comitiva che ha preso a viaggiare a ritroso nel tempo e verso la Terra Santa Ma qual lo scopo di quel viaggio cos singolare A scoprirlo sar un ragazzino, Joakim, aprendo, giorno dopo giorno, le ventiquattro finestrelle di un calendario dell Avvento da cui cadono, come per magia, altrettanti misteriosi foglietti che lo trasportano in un altro tempo, in un altro mondo, in un altra storia che, forse, la storia di Elisabet o forse no 2 5 stars Okay and philosophical but the book could ve gotten its message across in other ways that weren t repetitive To be completely honest The repetition in this book is probably what lowered my rating by a whole star In fact the whole book is a little dull and I didn t enjoy reading it As you can guess it was pretty mundane and I didn t extract much from it because I was so bored I understand that it has philosophical value and that it s oh so deep and lovely and sweet and christmassy 2 5 stars Okay and philosophical but the book could ve gotten its message across in other ways that weren t repetitive To be completely honest The repetition in this book is probably what lowered my rating by a whole star In fact the whole book is a little dull and I didn t enjoy reading it As you can guess it was pretty mundane and I didn t extract much from it because I was so bored I understand that it has philosophical value and that it s oh so deep and lovely and sweet and christmassy but it s just not for me and I don t see the point in reading it To it s credit though I liked the format of the book and the time traveling aspect That s pretty much all the Christmas mystery has going for it though So to conclude I am not very impressed Julemysteriet The Christmas Mystery, Jostein GaarderThe Christmas Mystery is a 1992 Norwegian novel for children by Jostein Gaarder The story has one chapter for each day of Advent Using the device of a Story within a story , a young boy, Joachim, reads a story hidden behind each window in an advent calendar that he bought on November 30 every day, he finds small piece of paper from the doors of the calendar that tells the story of Elisabet Hansen, who chases a toy lamb that has come to li Julemysteriet The Christmas Mystery, Jostein GaarderThe Christmas Mystery is a 1992 Norwegian novel for children by Jostein Gaarder The story has one chapter for each day of Advent Using the device of a Story within a story , a young boy, Joachim, reads a story hidden behind each window in an advent calendar that he bought on November 30 every day, he finds small piece of paper from the doors of the calendar that tells the story of Elisabet Hansen, who chases a toy lamb that has come to life from an Oslo department store 2002 1378 200 9646641172 1378 1383 1385 1393 20 22 03 1399 So, this is for my children, and for Jean Paul, who gently guides me through the maze to almost forgotten yet unforgettable reading experiences Many years ago, my children and I started reading this book as a calendar on 1st December, and read one chapter each night until Christmas It became a ritual, and we had to rearrange our reading time quite a lot to fit in the lengthy chapters in spite of the usual end of term activities and pre Christmas craziness in a busy family of five.It didn t take So, this is for my children, and for Jean Paul, who gently guides me through the maze to almost forgotten yet unforgettable reading experiences Many years ago, my children and I started reading this book as a calendar on 1st December, and read one chapter each night until Christmas It became a ritual, and we had to rearrange our reading time quite a lot to fit in the lengthy chapters in spite of the usual end of term activities and pre Christmas craziness in a busy family of five.It didn t take long before we had to bring both history books and atlases in order to follow the journey towards the mystery of Christmas For the simple story getsandcomplex, and contains several layers of symbolical, historical, and geographical meaning It travels through time and space, from present time almost in Scandinavia, through the Middle Ages in Europe, and back to the year of the birth of Jesus in Nazareth in the Mediterranean.It is a mystery, a lost and found story,a voyage and return tale, a quest, and it certainly is a story about searching a way out of the labyrinth, or about finding a way of navigating it properly And it is a way to remember reading bliss past It was the first time my children encountered acomplex literary structure than the straight forward plot As always, when reading with children of different age groups even though my three are quite close , there were discussions on various levels, from questions like Where is Denmark on the map to complex reflections regarding the origin of our Christmas celebrations, given a special twist as we are an atheist householdOh I wish I had that clock in the story, so I could travel back in time and space I wouldn t have to go that far, only to Germany, a couple of years ago, and cuddle my small children again, before they turned taller, and wittier, andknowledgeable than myself perhaps the clock hands had become so tired of going in the same direction year after year that they had suddenly begun to go the opposite way instead Merry Christmas, down memory lane The basic idea of this book is a great idea and the 24 chapter, advent calendar style is great However far too many unanswered question for me that would confuse and concern a child Why would an angel abandon a 20th century girl in the year 0 in a different continent Why does a children s book include modern day references to child abduction and the poor mother who spend 50 years wondering what became of her daughter What exactly was Elisabet s role in the birth of Jesus Why was Elisabet s The basic idea of this book is a great idea and the 24 chapter, advent calendar style is great However far too many unanswered question for me that would confuse and concern a child Why would an angel abandon a 20th century girl in the year 0 in a different continent Why does a children s book include modern day references to child abduction and the poor mother who spend 50 years wondering what became of her daughter What exactly was Elisabet s role in the birth of Jesus Why was Elisabet s disappeared linked to political motives which are frankly unbelievable to an adult and would be incomprehensible to a child I was desperately hoping that it would all be explained at the end but is simply wasn t Very strange book Not sure who it was aimed at and who would enjoy it to be honest