Herra Lemu

Herra Lemu Kaksitoistavuotiaan Chloen iti on parlamenttiin pyrkiv snobi joka m r ilee niin miest n kuin tytt ri nkin Ylisuorittaja pikkusiskosta Annabellesta ei my sk n ole juuri iloa Herra Lemu on paikallinen

  • Title: Herra Lemu
  • Author: David Walliams Jaana Kapari-Jatta Quentin Blake
  • ISBN: 9789513174729
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Herra Lemu

    Kaksitoistavuotiaan Chloen iti on parlamenttiin pyrkiv snobi, joka m r ilee niin miest n kuin tytt ri nkin Ylisuorittaja pikkusiskosta, Annabellesta ei my sk n ole juuri iloa Herra Lemu on paikallinen kulkuri, jonka Chloe n kee istumassa samalla penkill joka p iv , mutta he eiv t ole koskaan jutelleet Mik saattaa johtua siit , ett mies l yhk pahanp iv isesti.Kaksitoistavuotiaan Chloen iti on parlamenttiin pyrkiv snobi, joka m r ilee niin miest n kuin tytt ri nkin Ylisuorittaja pikkusiskosta, Annabellesta ei my sk n ole juuri iloa Herra Lemu on paikallinen kulkuri, jonka Chloe n kee istumassa samalla penkill joka p iv , mutta he eiv t ole koskaan jutelleet Mik saattaa johtua siit , ett mies l yhk pahanp iv isesti Haisusta huolimatta he yst vystyv t, sill maankiert j osoittautuu viisaaksi ja yst v lliseksi mieheksi Joulu l hestyy, ja Chloe p tt majoittaa uuden yst v ns kotinsa puutarhavajaan Tyt n on vaikea piilotella herra Lemua perheelt n, varsinkin kun t m yll tt en odottaa aamupalaksi uppomunia, makkaroita ja herkkusieni.Mutta kun Chloen perhe vihdoin tutustuu kuokkavieraaseensa, tiedossa onkin koomisia tilanteita politiikan ylimmiss sf reiss ja lopulta tv studiossa itsens p ministerin kanssa Eik kaikki ole todellakaan sit milt n ytt , ei varsinkaan herra Lemu.

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    1. Michael Finocchiaro

      Ever book of David Walliams surprises me and kids again and again. Mr Stink starts absolutely hilarious and had my kids giggling and guffawing (particular when Mr Stink goes on TV!) and then had them bawling in one of the most emotional, touching endings of a children's book I have read since Charlotte's Web (for which I admit, I wept and wept when I read it 4 decades ago at their age). It is extremely well-written with humor and a crystal-clear moral lesson that I could not agree with more. An [...]

    2. Petra X

      This wasn't up to the standard of either The Boy in the Dress or Gangsta Granny. The story was slight. Mildly-bullied girl who is not her mother's favourite child befriends stinky old tramp and his trick-performing dog. The tramp is, almost inevitably this story is so cliched, a Lord with a sob story. The message, "We could all be homeless" (even a Lord) is hammered home. This is all set against a minor backdrop of politics but really that is just used as justification for the message - even the [...]

    3. Mark Lawrence

      I spend a lot of time reading children's books as my 7 year-old girl is severely disabled and can't read for herself (or even turn the page). She is however of normal intelligence for her age and stories are her world.As a new author myself I don't generally review other new authors, but David Walliams needs no charity from me. He's a hugely successful actor (both comic and straight) and far better than me at swimming the English Channel too. The blurb says Mr Stink is a "touching, twisted, and [...]

    4. James

      ‘Mr Stink’ (2009) and ‘Gangsta Granny’ (2011) – both entertaining and amusing novels from the now very commercially successful pen of David Walliams. Both stories very much influenced by and written in the tradition of Roald Dahl and whilst both stories are good ones, Walliams ultimately lacks the flair, finesse and magic of Dahl at his best. ‘Gangsta Granny’ and ‘Mr Stink’ both have a very contemporary setting (which may swiftly date them and affect their longevity and shelf-l [...]

    5. Fahime

      یک داستان خواندنی از رولد دالی جدید، به تصویرگری کوئنتین بلیک با ترجمه ی رضی هیرمندی! بیست و پنج سالگی که دلیل نمی شود آدم چنین معجونی را از دست بدهد، می شود؟

    6. Alison

      This story by David Walliams is about a young girl called Chloe who befriends the local tramp, Mr. Stink. Chloe is a lonely 12 year old girl who thoroughly hates school because she is bullied by a group of ‘cool’ girls, unfortunately her home life is unhappy too and she has a turbulent relationship with her mother and sister. Over the Christmas period Chloe plucks up the courage to approach the local tramp - much to her mother’s disgust- and they strike up a relationship. Chloe secretly mo [...]

    7. A_Ryan

      5 Stars! A fabulously funny look at kindness and empathyThe best bits:This was a great read-aloud class book. The children laughed heartily at David Walliams' wordsmithery, and the vivid characters peppered throughout this tale. Some of my kids asked if the parallels between Chloe's mother and Donald Trump were intentional, and while we all had a great laugh at the brilliance of that observation, I must admit we began to see the implications of each character's actions in a sometimes more seriou [...]

    8. Brad

      So 2017 is the year my little Scoutie has started finding her own books.Being the great book pusher that I am, I have slowly and meticulously made all three of my kids book junkies, feeding them the drugs I thought would best insure their addictions. The twins have long been lost to the books, off in their own worlds, chasing their highs in shabby little used book dens, occasionally scrounging together enough for a purer hit from a flashy dealer, but not beneath pulling used books out of dubious [...]

    9. Clare O'Beara

      This is a similar read to Gangsta Granny, by the same author, which I preferred. Only this one is a tale about a girl, and instead of a relative she is spending time with a dirty old tramp. Mr Stink as everyone calls him, smells bad and has a small smelly dog, but is harmless and sits on the park bench every day. We see that the young girl's home life and school life is quite miserable, which is why she feels unwanted and friendless, much like the tramp in fact. This leads to some amusing advent [...]

    10. Grace

      The new book by David Walliams is funny, thoughtful and quirkily written. Life for Chloe is pretty miserable thanks to her pretentious, controlling mother. To make matters worse her mother is completely preoccupied with her younger sister, Annabelle. Desperate to find someone who understands her, she befriends Mr Stink, the local tramp with a very questionable approach to hygiene! When Chloe invites him to live in her garden shed everyone’s life is changed forever. I did enjoy this book and fo [...]

    11. Bridie Atkinson

      What makes the book special is that there is some quite serious morality involved in the way the author puts across issues of prejudice, misconceptions and stereotypes in a way that children can understand, and hopefully learn from. This book tells the story of a young girl who befriends a dirty smelly tramp, and the resulting effects on her and her family. There is plenty of humour to appeal to children, and a deeper message about not judging people by first impressions. The pictures illustrate [...]

    12. Aoife

      What makes the book special is that there is some quite serious morality involved in the way the author puts across issues of prejudice, misconceptions and stereotypes in a way that children can understand, and hopefully learn from. This book tells the story of a young girl who befriends a dirty smelly tramp, and the resulting effects on her and her family. There is plenty of humour to appeal to children, and a deeper message about not judging people by first impressions. The pictures illustrate [...]

    13. Razvan Zamfirescu

      Spicuiri din recenzia finala care se gaseste pe blogul meuPovestea este cea a unei familii scoase parcă dintr-o caricatură de Quentin Blake: mama, doamna Fărâmă – candidată pentru Parlamentul Marii Britanii, mereu mai elegantă şi mai ridicolă decât este cazul, cu părul întotdeauna ţeapăn din pricina fixativului şi cu taiorul perfect călcat, sora Annabelle, pricepută nevoie mare la activităţi extraşcolare care se întind pe patru pagini printre care: dans, step, jazz contemp [...]

    14. Bogdan

      This is my first book for kids over 8-9 years, that I fully read in albanian language. And I must say that it wasnt such a hard read. Yuppy for me! The albanian editions looks very good, and because I saw on the internet that the author has made quite a fuss I buyed some five or six other volumes by him. And, surprisingly, one of them it`s a hardcover! I guess that the sales are really looking good in here, too. Anyway I was amazed by their number.The author it`s a known actor and comic and I gu [...]

    15. Maria

      I decided to read 'Mr Stink' after watching David Walliam's programme on Roald Dahl and I can definitly say that I was not disappointed! His writing is obviously inspired by Dahl and has brought to life a very stinky story. Many children will laugh as I did at the funny tales of Chloe, her family and Mr Stink the tramp. This book would be more suitable for children in KS2 and I think they will understand the comedic value in this story. However, beneath the surface, there are many deeper issues [...]

    16. Beth

      I like all of David Walliams' books. They're all good, and this one would have been up there with the best, except that some bits are just mad and completely unnecessary. I'm going to just keep this short and sweet. Some times Mr Stink is portrayed as a normal/sensible man who just happens to be homeless and a tad smelly. Other times he's portrayed as a complete lunatic who has no idea of the difference between money and a button. If he was trying to get across a heart felt story (with a bit of [...]

    17. Jessica Harper

      This book is about one of the loneliest girls in the world until she meets Mr Stink, the local tramp. Chloe is a twelve year old girl who hates school as she is bullied by the cool girls. Chloe is having a tough time and Mr stink is the only person who’s ever been nice to her! When Chloe thinks Mr Stink may be driven out of town because of her Mum’s (whose running for MP) actions, she decides to hide him in her shed. Eventually Chloe’s mum finds out she’s been hiding Mr Stink.The book ex [...]

    18. Thea

      This book is my favourite book which is by David Williams. I've read the book and watched the movie loads of times. Its about this man called Mr stink who is homeless and this girl named Chloe sees him and invites him to come and live in the garden shed. But Mr stink wants to leave because Chloe washes his clean clothes and when Chloe's mum is videoing a programme Mr stink comes in and shouts at Chloe for washing his clean clothes, he and Chloe become famous!

    19. Francesca Porter

      Chloe is bullied at school, at home she is outperformed by her younger sister Annabelle, and she hates Christmas! Chloe has one secret love and that is to imagine and write stories some which her mother doesn’t approve of. Chloe’s mother, Mrs Crumb (pronounced Croombe), is a snob, obsessed with the royal family and despises anything that might associate the family with being common or poor; Mrs Crumb is also running to be the local MP and has un-realistic ideas about how to deal with the hom [...]

    20. Maggie Hesseling

      My first David Walliams novel! How could I not have read him before. I really enjoyed Mr. Stink. It has a great message to it and coupled with Quinten Blake's exceptional illustrations it makes for a warm and pleasant read. Walliams brings a humor to this novel that I haven't really encountered in years. It's funny, but simply so, with things (and smells) you instantly recognize. I felt like I understood what Chole was going through, having lived a similar type of life, where parents sometimes l [...]

    21. Shweta

      Mr. Walliams is a hoot and his stinky Mr. Stink who stank is a delightful, breezy read. Some may even call it a joyful Christmas yarn and go gifting it around the said festive season. A few poignant moments will leave you misty eyed, but there's not a dull moment to be had. Sure, all problems are not neatly resolved at the end; (spoiler alert!) Mr. Stink does not become Mr. Clean OR Mr. Stink-a-little-less (or Stank-a-little-less if you want to be grammatically on point) (a real world touch to t [...]

    22. Emily Wrayburn

      Review originally posted on A Keyboard and an Open Mind January 26, 2018:After seeing the TV adaptation of Mr Stink over Christmas, I thought I would like to check out the book it was based on. While it was a sweet story with an ultimately good message, a lot of the time, I couldn’t work out exactly what Walliams was trying to say.Chloe is having a hard time at school and at home, but when she befriends the local homeless man, known as Mr Stink for obvious reasons, and hides him in the familyi [...]

    23. Charlotte

      David Walliams is often compared to Roald Dahl and I never really saw it until this book.The humour and whimsical feel of the writing made the comparison obvious. It showcases how you could be missing out on a great friend if you judge on their appearances (or in this case, smell).It was funny but had an uncomfortable adult reference in which I'm not sure how it got passed the editing stage.

    24. Vojtěch

      Hledáte nového Roalda Dahla? Tak vám představuji Davida Walliamsa, který dokáže napsat stejně bláznivý příběh se stejně úsměvnými situacemi a postavami, ke kterým si nelze neutvořit aspoň krátkodobý citový vztah.

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