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After reading this book, I guarantee that you will never visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art (or any wonderful, old cavern of a museum) without sneaking into the bathrooms to look for Claudia and her brother Jamie. They're standing on the toilets, still, hiding until the museum closes and their adventure begins. Such is the impact of timeless novels . . . they never leave us. E. L. Konigsburg won the 1967 Newbery Medal for this tale of how Claudia and her brother run away to the museum in order to teach their parents a lesson. Little do they know that mystery awaits! -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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Mischievous and metropolitan... A wild rumpus... Japes abound New Yorker One of the finest storytellers of her era and genre... [From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler] is a story of discovery and self-discovery Washington Post E. L. Konigsburg is one of our brainiest writers for young people, not only in the considerable cerebral powers she brings to her books but in the intellectual demands she makes on her characters The New York Times In the US... [Konigsburg] is pretty much required reading for anyone under the age of 11 and, indeed, over, too, and I strongly urge everyone who falls into either age group to discover her forthwith... From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler... dominated my imagination in the way only a really good book can wholly inhabit the head of a child... Re-reading From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs Basil E Frankweiler,... it was, if anything, even more wonderful than I remembered -- Hadley Freeman Guardian It sticks in the mind like a personal memory, like a secret childhood experience. A perfect, miniature adventure -- Wes Anderson, writer and director of 'Fantastic Mr. Fox', 'The Royal Tenenbaums' and 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' An author beloved by readers young and old LA Review of Books An absolute classic in America... but it's mostly ignored here in the UK, and it shouldn't be!... Brilliant Guardian, Daniel Hahn Delightful... I love this book... a beautifully written adventure, with endearing characters and full of dry wit, imagination and inspirational confidence -- Sally Morris Daily Mail A small miracle... the ultimate escape fantasy... the archangel of children's fiction -- Alex O'Connell The Times Has enduring appeal... likely to charm a new generation -- Nicolette Jones Sunday Times Everything a classic children's book should be: it's exciting, funny, has terrific central characters, a mystery to solve, and a truth - particular to childhood - to be revealed -- Andrea Reece Lovereading4kids, Book of the Month A sweet little tale of discovering secrets and growing up An Awful Lot of Reading fun and witty The Reading Fangirl It has an all-encompassing air of mystery It Was Lovely Reading You An outstanding and thoughtful book with an intriguing mystery at its heart Books for Keeps This US classic about two runaways inspired writers such asHadley Freeman, Wes Anderson and Judy Blume. Astonishingly, it's been out ofprint in the UK for the last 50 years but it's back with a brand new cover, andit's still just as enthralling Mumsnet's Summer Book Club I really loved the setting because I think museums are wonderful and the idea of living in one and exploring it would be my idea of heaven! Guardian Children's Books A small miracle... the ultimate escape fantasy which conveys the thrill and fear of being a minor loose in the big city. Times Summer Book Club The nitty-gritty of the runaways' penny-pinching is terrifically drawn, as is the mystery's denouement The Observer Absurdly funny, exciting, highly original and wonderfully rich in its detail... up there with the best in the canon of great 20th century children's literature. Lancashire Evening Post -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine andere Ausgabe: Taschenbuch.

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4 von 4 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 23. Juli 2000
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Almost six years ago, at the age of 10, I first read this book. I didn't enjoy it much, but the second time around at age 11 I loved it...and gained access to a whole new world. Later, I occasionally picked it up again and never grew bored with the tale. It's so exciting to read how Claudia and Jamie, two siblings, made careful, detailed plans to run away to the Metropolitan Museum of Art. They survived by taking baths in a fountain, sleeping on a royal bed, and taking tours with school groups. Their vacation from normal life became a quest when Angel, a sculpture rumored to be done by Michaelangelo, was brought to the museum. Will they solve the mystery? Read it to find out.
There are very few things I disliked about this book, and there is everything to love about it. Claudia and Jamie allowed me to vicariously experience running away from home. (but don't worry parents, your kids will probably not run away because of the book) I felt like I was right there with them. I wish I could live with Mrs. Frankweiler. The story is so realistic and timeless that it sounds as if it could occur today. It is full of edge-of-your-seat suspense and mystery. It also inspired me to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art in the future.
Overall, you can't go wrong with this book. It will delight and resonate with people of all ages. I strongly reccomend it. Treat yourself to "Files" right now!
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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 17. Juli 2000
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When Claudia gets tired of the monotony of suburban life in heraverage family, she does what every healthy child attempts to do atleast once or twice -- she runs away. However, Claudia is a master planner. . . she saves money for months, brings along the sibling likely to cause the least trouble and bring along the most cold cash, and chooses the perfect place of escape. . . the Metropolitan Museum of Art. While there, she gets involved in a mystery that only the enigmatic Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler can help her solve. Every child should read this book at some point during their growing-up years, because it's truly a children's classic.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Robert James am 19. Juli 2000
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"From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler" has got to be the longest, most confusing title of any classic children's novel, and I wouldn't change a word of it! Having read my copy to pieces in the fourth and fifth grade, I recently bought another copy to have in my daughter's library. Even though she's only 3 now, I know she'll love this book in a few years. To this day, whenever I go into a museum, I find myself wanting to sneak into the bathrooms and hide there until after closing, just so I can sleep in one of those old beds and jump into the museum fountain for the spare change! The novel is as good now as it was thirty years ago, with all the same simple beauty of this fantasy of the successful runaway. If you haven't read it yet, I envy you. If you have, read it again -- it just gets better with age.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 16. Juli 2000
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I read The Mixed-Up Files to my fourth grade class this past year, and we all loved it. It's one of the books that the kids beg for "Just one more chapter!" What makes it so great? First, the characters are real. The reader gets to know Claudia and Jamie as people, not just as characters in a book. Second, the idea of running away to a museum is fascinating. We loved the details of how the kids managed to hide in such a public place. It also opened up a discussion of whether or not this would to possible today, with all the new high-tech security. And best of all, we loved the author's secret, which is revealed at the end of the book. Most of us were very surprised! This was a real class favorite!
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von readamystery13 am 8. Juli 2000
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I first read this book when I was in seventh grade. Ten years later, I still remember how this book inspired me. It is a timeless book that helped me through my adolescent years and I highly recommend this book to students in grades 5 to 8. The main character, Claudia, can be related to on many levels by children growing up because each one goes through that period where they feel unappreciated. Happy reading!
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Von Jennifer Vaughn am 19. April 2000
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Two young siblings, Claudia and Jamie, run away from home and hide out in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in this Newbery Award winning book, From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankenweiler. After Claudia decides that she is tired of dealing with injustice in her family-having to do the dishes and the trash on the same night while her three brothers do neither-Claudia saves up her money and talks her younger brother Jamie into running away with her. This wonderfully written book shares their adventures of hiding out in a museum for a few weeks and how they helped uncover the age-old mystery of who the artist of a beautiful statue was. I see this book to be a great example of a classic young adult novel. Not only did it win the Newbery Award, but it meets several other criteria as well. "Children's Classics in the Electronic Medium" defines a classic book as "books that have stood the test of time" (186). This means that the books have been passed down from generation to generation and "it has something important to say" (186). Classic books, the article notes, also "include such elements as effective characterization, narrative, illustration, and an enduring and universal message or moral" (186). The only aspect missing from this book being classified as a classic is being passed down from one generation to the next. This will take care of itself over time, and surely From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankenweiler will become a classic novel. First, Konigsburg does a great job of effective characterization. Konigsburg describes Claudia, the main character, not only physically, but also using the thoughts that are going through Claudia's head.Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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