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Kako se mali Findus izgubio ❰Ebook❯ ➡ Kako se mali Findus izgubio Author Sven Nordqvist – Thomashillier.co.uk Delightful children s book originally written in Swedish and translated to English for this book Delightful children s book originally written in mali Findus PDF/EPUB æ Swedish and translated to English for this book.


10 thoughts on “Kako se mali Findus izgubio

  1. Manny Manny says:

    I re read this fine book recently I d quite forgotten how Pettson originally acquired Findus It starts off when he s having coffee with his neighbour and complains that he s feeling lonely You need a wife says the neighbour, a sprightly old lady Nah, says Pettson I m used to living on my own I wouldn t know what to do with a woman He actually says en hel tant, which is much funnier, but I can t think how to translate that A cat would be nice though A couple of days later, the ne I re read this fine book recently I d quite forgotten how Pettson originally acquired Findus It starts off when he s having coffee with his neighbour and complains that he s feeling lonely You need a wife says the neighbour, a sprightly old lady Nah, says Pettson I m used to living on my own I wouldn t know what to do with a woman He actually says en hel tant, which is much funnier, but I can t think how to translate that A cat would be nice though A couple of days later, the neighbour comes back with a box marked FINDUS GR NA RTER There s a kitten inside Findus is the leading Swedish frozen food company, and gr na rter is peas, so this is basically BIRDS EYE PEAS But Pettson, who as you can see in Pannkakst rtan is very logical, decides that it must be the kitten s name


  2. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    I absolutely love these stories, whether translated as Pettsson and Findus, or as Festus and Mercury This is a good one to start with When the two first meet, Findus is a kitten, bedded in a carton that had held Findus Green Peas, and labeled such So Pettsson named the kitten after the label, naturally Hello Findus Green Peas, Pettson said, feeling just as when you pull up the blinds on a summer morning and the warm sunlight pours in I m Pettsson and this is my kitchen You are going to I absolutely love these stories, whether translated as Pettsson and Findus, or as Festus and Mercury This is a good one to start with When the two first meet, Findus is a kitten, bedded in a carton that had held Findus Green Peas, and labeled such So Pettsson named the kitten after the label, naturally Hello Findus Green Peas, Pettson said, feeling just as when you pull up the blinds on a summer morning and the warm sunlight pours in I m Pettsson and this is my kitchen You are going to live here now And then Would you like some coffee Touches like that coffee, because Pettsson is an old Swedish bachelor, make the story special Of course neighbor Andersson, giver of the kitten, teaches Pettsson enough about kittens to care for it properly.What makes the series extra special is the art Appealing, warm, detailed, and so funny The books can be read over and over and the reader can still findfavorite bits to see in the pictures


  3. Ellinor Ellinor says:

    I read the first Findus and Pettson books when I was 6 or 7 years old I have always loved them and I can still laugh at the old stories when I come across them by chance when I visit my parents When I so this new adventure at NetGalley I just couldn t resist reading it.For those of you who aren t familiar with the characters, a little summary Pettson is an old man who lives in a little red house somewhere in Sweden He s a bit of a loner With him are living his hens, some mumbles little cre I read the first Findus and Pettson books when I was 6 or 7 years old I have always loved them and I can still laugh at the old stories when I come across them by chance when I visit my parents When I so this new adventure at NetGalley I just couldn t resist reading it.For those of you who aren t familiar with the characters, a little summary Pettson is an old man who lives in a little red house somewhere in Sweden He s a bit of a loner With him are living his hens, some mumbles little creatures he doesn t see and of course his cat Findus Findus is a lazy, fresh cat who usually annoys Pettson but who s also his best friend Findus can talk but he only does it when Pettson and he are alone Pettson s neighbors think of him as a bit of a nutcase because of that.This new book, Findus Disappears , is chronologically the first book in the series It tells how Pettson was given Findus by his neighbor when Findus was still a kitten Pettson instantly loves Findus and they develop a tight relationship One day, Findus disappears he ent exploring the house and garden while Pettson was still sleeping Outside he meets a badgers and is so scared of him that is doesn t dare to go home again With the help of the mumbles Pettson finally finds Findus again.The story is lovely as usual and the drawings are just wonderful Sven Nordqvist uses incredibly much details and you can see that he really loves what he is doing However, there was one thing I missed in this book I remember Findus as this fresh cat who is always up to some mischief In this story the freshness is missing At one point Findus even cries I still loved the book but it is a bit different from the rest of the series I highly recommend the whole Findus series to readers of each age However, I probably wouldn t start with this book even though it is chronogically the first I d start with one of the older books in the series, e.g The Fox Hunt or Findus at Christmas Still, four stars for this once again most charming story I received a free digital copy via NetGalley


  4. Niklas Pivic Niklas Pivic says:

    This is original, funny, sad and made in such an exquisite way, both gently and with a huge amount of humor, that any reader is rendered helpless to its charm and the author s ingenuity.I can t remember when I last read a book that s as much for young kids as for old ones.Pettsson, an old man who lives in the countryside, is in need of a friend He thought about getting himself an old lady, but then again, naw, that d be too much trouble Something smaller, perhaps Well, a dog Noit d requir This is original, funny, sad and made in such an exquisite way, both gently and with a huge amount of humor, that any reader is rendered helpless to its charm and the author s ingenuity.I can t remember when I last read a book that s as much for young kids as for old ones.Pettsson, an old man who lives in the countryside, is in need of a friend He thought about getting himself an old lady, but then again, naw, that d be too much trouble Something smaller, perhaps Well, a dog Noit d require too much attention But how about a little cat his friend asked WellThe day after his friend had brought along a box which read Findus green peas Findus being a household brand in Sweden as he opened the box, Findus stood on all fours, tiny as a button.They instantly became best friends, and one day, as Pettsson was reading the paper about a clown, Findus first words were I want pants like that.This marks the start of the tale which is only a bunch of pages long, and is utterly remarkable because of several things Nordqvist is an absolutely fantastic and remarkable writer as well as an extremely meticulous and funny illustrator Findus comes alive with every stroke of his pens, and what goes on in the background constantly makes for great re reads.I m 34 years old and really nearly wept upon seeing Findus crying while hiding from a monster Art moves me, I guess I realise the author hasn t really created any monsters or black and white imagery which feels great to me I hate it when people try to present two diametrical versions of good and bad, without anything in between which so often is the case.All in all, this is an absolutely brilliant tale and I m very glad to see that it s available in other languages as well Long live Pettson Findus, as well as Sven Nordqvist


  5. Pop Bop Pop Bop says:

    Swedish, But No Dragon TattooSweden, or actually Finland by way of Swedish artist Tove Jansson , gave us the amusing and delightful Moomins and Moominvalley But then everything went The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo , Swedish title Men Who Hate Women , and Sweden, in literature, suddenly went grim and violent Behind every curtain there was another Scandinavian author who specialized in creepy torture crime novels Well, that s a sort of silly intro to this book review, but it is nice to k Swedish, But No Dragon TattooSweden, or actually Finland by way of Swedish artist Tove Jansson , gave us the amusing and delightful Moomins and Moominvalley But then everything went The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo , Swedish title Men Who Hate Women , and Sweden, in literature, suddenly went grim and violent Behind every curtain there was another Scandinavian author who specialized in creepy torture crime novels Well, that s a sort of silly intro to this book review, but it is nice to know that things are settling down and getting back to normal in Sweden Which leads us to these charming and delightful books.There are nine Pettson and Findus books, published in Sweden between 1985 and 2001 This book is the ninth, but since it tells the Findus origin story it islike a first book, and it serves as an excellent introduction to the series.In case you haven t read the blurbs, the setup is that Findus is a cat who was given as a pet to Pettson the farmer Pettson is apparently an older widower, since there is a reference in an earlier book to Pettson and his wife doing something together in their youth Findus and Pettson can communicate and Findus has almost human characteristics while still being a cat That s pretty much it There s a book about making pancakes, a book about fishing, one about camping, and so on The stories are gentle and engaging and plots are uncomplicated.For example, in this book we start with Findus being gifted to Pettson Then Pettson and Findus begin to bond Then, oh my, Findus disappears I won t divulge the ending, but it s a little scary before all ends well.The special thing here is that both the drawing and the narrative work The pictures are straightforward, engaging and understandable, but they are very rich and full of little jokes and little amusing bits of business This is a picture storybook, and the drawings are full of life, energy, humor and character That s pretty nice, especially when the writing is both mellow and inviting The tale is told simply, but not in a See Spot run style As in the pictures, there is depth and subtlety to the story line and its telling There is a lot to learn here about friendship, loneliness, patience and the simple pleasures of life.So, the upshot for me is that this was a rewarding, entertaining and very pleasant read, which seems like it would capture a youngster while still amusing the adult reader That s a fine combo.Please note that I received a free advance ecopy of this book in exchange for a candid review Apart from that I have no connection at all to either the author or the publisher of this book


  6. Nelly Nelly says:

    S S T


  7. Sarah Sarah says:

    an old childhood favourite and definitly a classic to pass on to next generations


  8. Storywraps Storywraps says:

    I fell in love with this book when I first looked at the cover The illustrations are just brilliant Every single page is extremely detailed, expressive and enables you to get lost in the visuals You can go back a hundred times and find something new that the author illustrator has embedded in the pictures Every page contained virtual jokes that add humour and warmth to the story The storyline will touch your heart and induce giggles as you turn from page to page The love and loyalty that i I fell in love with this book when I first looked at the cover The illustrations are just brilliant Every single page is extremely detailed, expressive and enables you to get lost in the visuals You can go back a hundred times and find something new that the author illustrator has embedded in the pictures Every page contained virtual jokes that add humour and warmth to the story The storyline will touch your heart and induce giggles as you turn from page to page The love and loyalty that is portrayed between a lonely, forsaken farmer and a little spunky kitten that comes to live with him will bring a smile to your face again and again as you read on This little feline literally turns the farmer s despondent life into one full of shared chattering, loving nurturing and unconditional caring Both parties realize their true value to each other when Findus, the darling little kitten goes missing and the farmer, frantic with worry finally uncovers a weeping, scared little guy who is forever grateful for his rescue by his human best friend I highly, highly recommend this book It is truly one you will want to own and that will inspire you to go forth and readin his series, Pettson and Findus, starring the same endearing and loveable characters


  9. Susan Susan says:

    Findus Disappears is charming, precious, funny, and the illustrations are priceless Any child would enjoy hearing about Old Man Pettson, how he comes to have the cat Findus Green Peas named for the box he arrived in , how he comes to love Findus and find joy in his company, and what happens when Findus disappears I loved reading about little Findus, how he comes to talk, and his desires for high fashion and adventure This is a very sweet read aloud book I cannot imagine any child or adult w Findus Disappears is charming, precious, funny, and the illustrations are priceless Any child would enjoy hearing about Old Man Pettson, how he comes to have the cat Findus Green Peas named for the box he arrived in , how he comes to love Findus and find joy in his company, and what happens when Findus disappears I loved reading about little Findus, how he comes to talk, and his desires for high fashion and adventure This is a very sweet read aloud book I cannot imagine any child or adult who would not be absolutely enchanted by this story I would definitely enjoy reading the other books in this series Sven Nordqvist is a gifted storyteller and talented illustrator.I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review


  10. Johanna H. Johanna H. says:

    The Books about Petterson Findus were my Favorites as a Child. The storys are told and drawns with so much love and detail It s not just a heatwarming story but pictures too well i m now 19 years old and thought about the Books and since i have them still who would sell these i read them again. The Details on every page are great and vivid. And now i found out where all my lost socks are D The Books about Petterson Findus were my Favorites as a Child. The storys are told and drawns with so much love and detail It s not just a heatwarming story but pictures too well i m now 19 years old and thought about the Books and since i have them still who would sell these i read them again. The Details on every page are great and vivid. And now i found out where all my lost socks are D


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