It always manages to capture me between its pages. I have spent many fond hours in it's company. I think if it were written today it would be YA, since the main character starts out at age 7 I think , stays around 10 years old for ages and finally in the last few pages reaches It's a good book but I'm not used to reading about such young characters. Its a very sweet, gentle read but I kept wondering, "Where are we going with this?
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We're just enjoying the ride". And for the most part you do enjoy it, although I couldn't help wondering why the author saw fit to view spoiler [kill off so many people. I think I counted nine deaths. That's quite a lot by any standards but pretty over the top for a book written for younger audiences. And yet I can't say it's morbid. Most of the characters that got killed off were pretty unmemorable cardboard-type figures, and I got the feeling that once they served their purpose the author was just as bored with them as we were so POP goes the weasel.
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I suppose he couldn't be completely perfect. The ending leaves you satisfied but wanting an epilogue.
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Recommended for lovers of old fashioned, quaint, cozy reads. View all 5 comments. Nov 11, Cynthia Karl rated it it was amazing. I love this book and I'm not sure I could say exactly why. I first read this book when I was around 12; it had a haunting effect on my little 12 year old soul.
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As an adult, I thought it would be interesting to re-read it and see if I still liked it, but the book was out of print and I couldn't find a copy in my library. Now, 60 years later I found a used copy on Amazon and bought it. I still love the book although it no longer has a haunting effect. The narrator, 7 years old when the book begins I love this book and I'm not sure I could say exactly why.
The narrator, 7 years old when the book begins and 12 when it ends, is an unusual child growing up in England in the years before WWI. The author has some beautiful passages and descriptions; I remember I immediately wanted to go and run across the moors when I first read it; still do. Jan 16, Hilary Marson rated it it was amazing.
This is my desert island book. I've read it a million times, have at least 4 copies of it. It was also my Mum's favourite book and my daughter loves it too. My daughter, incidentally , is named after the girl in the story. Feb 15, Joanna rated it it was amazing. There is a warmth and security in this book that had me at hello. Like someone else said, this is my desert island book!
My daughter loves it too. Mar 17, Maggie Wrench rated it really liked it.
I bought this book at a jumble sale in the early '60s. I was about I loved it and read it several times. I felt that it dealt with Ruan's inner life and the struggles of the grown ups as she tries to navigate adolescence There are some great character parts too, though I found the handling of Ruan's friendship with Halleluljah Johnson a bit contrived, but the book was written long before such things were widely thought about. In a world where the adults are often caught up in their own probl I bought this book at a jumble sale in the early '60s.
In a world where the adults are often caught up in their own problems and worries, she is often unnoticed. I never forgot the book and, 45 years after I first read it, I bought a replacement copy on line. I have been disappointed in a few books revisited, but not this one. I still think it's a great book sensitively written. Dec 21, Marietta rated it it was amazing. This is my favorite book. My mother suggested I read this book more than 50 years ago because she said the girl in the story reminded her of me.
I think she was trying to give me some advice with that recommendation, which I've thought about over the years.
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I've read and re-read this story so many times and each time it seems as fresh and wonderful as the first time I read it. I laugh and cry along with the heroine as she grows up in her uncertain world.
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Every time I read this book I think of my This is my favorite book. Every time I read this book I think of my mother who encouraged a love of reading in her children and think about how reading helps a young person develop ideas about the world. If you want to read a book that will enrich your life - this is a wonderful choice. I'm not even sure how to describe this book, myself. I would classify it as a slice-of-life period piece set in the growing up years of the main character. I did enjoy it a great deal- for such an obscure book, it was full of life!
I was sad that it ended. Warm and cozy, not much point to it, more like a cup of your favorite tea not because you're thirsty, but because the day outside is grey and unpromising. I may read more by this author- if I can find her again. The funny th I'm not even sure how to describe this book, myself. The funny thing that came to me several times: Ruan done wrong in another book would be a horrible little twit who awoke no sympathies in me whatsoever.
Yet in this book, she was alive and imperfect and growing, and I liked her company. Nov 02, Kerry rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book has been in my top 5 since I read it omg! Brave was the first Disney film to feature music lyrics in Scottish Gaelic. In this drinking song, Doyle and Purcell utilise a rich variety of words in the Scots language which is largely mutually comprehensible with English. Doyle's original music for Brave was used in the official trailers for the film, which subsequently featured prominently in the film's score.
The film along with The Good Dinosaur are currently the only Pixar films that are not scored by the three composers. Additionally, with the London Symphony Orchestra performing, this is the first and as of now, only Pixar film to not be scored in Los Angeles. Differently from songs from Disney musical movies, in movies where the songs are only used as a background, Disney Character Voices International does not require for them to be dubbed.
Since its first release, some local TV stations and studios have been dubbing the movie in their local languages, creating some unofficial dubs. The soundtracks to Up and Toy Story 3 were only released digitally, instead of being given a traditional CD release, until From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved May 22, Various Artists, patrick Doyle, James Shearman: Retrieved 6 July Archived from the original on Piosenka z filmu Merida Waleczna". Firstpost Topic - Page 1". Retrieved 8 July London iTunes Festival:
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