David Moura Moura itibaren Kromsdorf, Almanya
Distopik bir dünyada geçen gençler için X-Men. Herhalde ilginç bir konsept. Ben yürümeye başlayan çocuk içeren bölüm eksi hikaye keyif aldım. Hediyesiyle ne kadar mücadele ettiğini kanıtlamıyorum. Ben atladım. Hiç hoş değil. Mommas'tan bu tür sahneleri okumasını isteyemezsiniz.
This is a huge story centering around World War I. The lives of 5 families intertwine throughout this time of war. I didn't know much about WWI so appreciated learning more about it. Of course, many themes in the book, such as what drives us to war, how we view our enemies, and our desire to manipulate another nation's politics and fate, are still with us today. It was also interesting to guess how the author was setting up characters and events for the next book in this trilogy. I would definitely read the next book.
My favorite Shakespeare play. Father son relationship is so complicated
I can read this over and over again..!
Annotation – When Wilbur, the lovable pig on Mr. Zuckerman’s farm, learns that he is fated to be eaten in the winter, it is up to his best friend, the wise spider Charlotte, to come up with a plan that will save his life. Review – Eight-year-old Fern is heart-broken to discover that the runt of a litter of piglets born on her family’s farm is to be killed. Appealing to her father’s sense of injustice, Fern manages to save the pig, who she names Wilbur, and lovingly nurse him to a healthy size. Soon, Wilbur is sold and moved to Mr. Zuckerman’s lively farm. Despite visits from Fern, which grow less frequent over time, Wilbur finds himself lonely when the other barn animals show little interest in being his friend - that is, until he meets Charlotte, a wise older spider who spins her webs near the barnyard door. Despite their differences in character, Charlotte and Wilbur form a fast friendship, and when it is discovered that the young Wilbur will be slaughtered for food in the winter, Charlotte devises a plan to outwit the humans and save her best friend. Author E.B. White, who also wrote the classic Stuart Little, has presented a story that illustrates the importance of loyalty, and shows us how friendship can literally save someone’s life. The inevitability of growing older and the circle of life is also a prevalent theme, with Wilbur just discovering the world as Fern begins to leave childhood, and Charlotte grows old. Appropriate for children aged seven to ten, this tale of friendship contains fresh vocabulary for newer readers (“salutations,” “sedentary,” “gullible”), and valuable lessons about kindness and humility for all readers.
an interesting story of how we can live our faith