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5.0 von 5 Sternen Charlotte' Web: A Study of Life
Charlotte's Web is a wonderufl tale of a young girl, a wonderful spider, and her precious pig, Wilbur. Charlotte saves Wilbur's life and the book is a beautiful story of friendship, love, and loyalty. It truly is a book of life, in that all of the animal characters mirror people in this world who face the challenge of living their lives each day. It also is a tender story...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen I like the story because its enjoyable.
Once there was a girl named Fern. One day a pig met a spider. She said I will help you on your death. I liked the story. I liked the book because its enjoyable.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Charlotte' Web: A Study of Life, 31. Juli 1997
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Trophy Newbery) (Taschenbuch)
Charlotte's Web is a wonderufl tale of a young girl, a wonderful spider, and her precious pig, Wilbur. Charlotte saves Wilbur's life and the book is a beautiful story of friendship, love, and loyalty. It truly is a book of life, in that all of the animal characters mirror people in this world who face the challenge of living their lives each day. It also is a tender story of the love of a young girl and a very smart spider who together instill self esteem and dignity in their friend Wilbur. As an elementary school teacher, this book is in my Top Ten Read-Aloud list.
Written by Bob Townsend
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A great children's book, 7. Dezember 2012
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Taschenbuch)
I read this book for the first time when I was about 9 and I have to admit that I really love(d) this story. In my opinion, this book is being written very lovingly and I think, that's because the author describes the friendship between Wilbur and Charlotte very emotionally.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A children's classic, 2. Juli 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Trophy Newbery) (Taschenbuch)
What classroom doesn't have this book sitting on one of its shelves. This story is a classic and well deservedly so. The story shows the simple love that children have towards pets. Another theme would be that of friendship lasting for a lifetime. What children get out of this story affects their attitudes towards others that may be differnet or not so spectacular. Every dog or should I say pig has its day.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Read (or Be Read) This Descriptive Children's Classic, 3. April 2000
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Gebundene Ausgabe)
Can't imagine saying something about E.B. White's children's classic "Charlotte's Web" that 148 others here (more around the world) have not. But experiencing it twice (having it read to me in fifth grade nearly 30 years ago, and reading it to my daughter recently) has allowed me to greater appreciate the book's meaning and accomplishment.
Many children will never experience life on a farm or visit a county fair (the two major book settings). White and his illustrators picture that life sensually and beautifully. The story of Wilbur (pig) and Charlotte's (spider's)friendship, what she does to save him, the toll it takes on her, and her eventual legacy, recalls the unconditional love mothers have for their children. (Fern, the Arables' daughter who saves Wilbur's life at the start, retreats from the storyline as her interest shifts from animals to boys.)
All this is told amidst word backgrounds of warm summer days, dank cellars, midways filled with discarded food and paper, cellar barns filled by scents of straw, manure, and slops. (Who but White could've described the leftovers fed to Wilbur and actually make them sound delicious?)
White's gift for character also shows most interestingly in the rat Templeton, who many may identify with. Tough, clever, self-serving, defensive, but valiant in the end, he adds much needed sour spike to essential scenes that may have otherwise been too sweet (his negotiation with Wilbur over Charlotte's egg sac is one example) Templeton's self-desciption at book's end of "living for the pleasures of the feast," summarize in a way what makes life and what we do for each other in it worth the trouble. Essential reading for children and adults.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A funny, deeply moving book that I would recommend to all., 4. Juli 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Audio CD)
I'm not going to give any of the plot away. I have read this book five times. Once when I was in elementary school, three times to my son when he was much younger, and recently to my wife. Each time I have found this book funnier, more emotionally powerful, and more full of fundamental "truths" about what is truly important about living.
E.B. White's writing style and use of English is masterful. To accomplish so much in a "children's" novel is nothing short of astonishing. Many fundamental themes of life are touched upon, but the most compelling, emotionally powerful, and moving is the friendship that develops between the two main protagonists.
If you are emotionally sensative, be well prepared with a box of tissues. I thought I might be alone in how deeply moving I find this book. Then one day I heard that the author, E.B. White, had worked on making a recording of his book. There is a section in this book that he attempted several times to read, but each time would become overwhelmed with emotion and couldn't continue. For a while there was a concern that the project could not be completed, that he would be unable to read this passage. Finally, on the 17th attempt he made it through. Just thinking about this part of the book has brought me to tears.
Charlotte's Web is my favorite book of all time. I have read many great novels and children's books. None are more satisfying. I give this book my highest recommendation. Please read it!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Charlotte's Web is a wonderful story for kids., 10. Juni 1998
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Trophy Newbery) (Taschenbuch)
Charlotte's Web is a wonderful story for kids. It is about the unusual friendship between a girl named Fern, a pig, and a spider that takes place on a farm. At the beginning of the story, Fern's dad got a pig and decided to kill it because it is a runt. But Fern requested her dad not to kill the pig and gave it to her, so she could raise it up. She named it, Wilbur. After Fern sold Wilbur to her uncle's farm, Wilbur became alone, he wanted a friend to play with. He is worried that he will become the next slaughter and will be turned into bacon when a sheep told him that he would be killed in the next Christmas. When he almost got killed, he met a spider named Charlotte who saved his life. After they knew each other, Wilbur formed a bond with Charlotte, he followed all the things that Charlotte wanted him to do. Few days later, Charlotte decided to spin a number of different webs that spell out words to describe the pig. These words eventually helped Wilbur to stay alive. In the end, Charlotte became the savior of a barnyard and died happily in the fair. Her friendship with Wilbur is continued through her children, three little spiders. I like how Wilbur and Charlotte met because there had a sentence that really touching my heart. It is said by Charlotte, "I'll be your friend. When you wake up you'll see me." Also I like how the story ended with Wilbur and the three spiders because it made me feel that friendship is forever.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Charlottes Web, 22. Juni 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Trophy Newbery) (Taschenbuch)
I remember having this book read to me as a child, and loving it intensely, so I decided to revisit the story and see what I though of it as an adult. I must say that I was not disappointed. Charlotte a spider, befriends Wilbur, a pig, and so begins a tragic, touching, and entertaining story. Charlotte takes on the role of a mother figure to Wilbur. This is demonstrated by the writer for instance when Charlotte explains long and difficult words to Wilbur, reinforcing her mother image while at the same time enlightening the reader. The animals are anthropomorphic, and White puts a lot of effort into describing the personalities of the main characters. We are encouraged to feel like they are our closest friends, which makes the tragedy of the ending all the greater. Charlotte reminds me of my best friend when I was a child, and I could compare all of the other characters to someone I have known at some time. This is a tool which the writers of soap operas use to draw you in, as is the cliff-hanger which we find at the end of a chapter. Don't take this the wrong way however, the writing in this book is far superior to that of Sunset Beach, and you can quote me on that. I heard it said recently, I wish I could remember by whom, that when you read a good book, it becomes a part of who you are. The words on the Charlotte's web, Some Pig, will always remain a part of me.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Want to Know Charlotte's Web?, 11. Juli 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Gebundene Ausgabe)
This is a wonderful book-sometimes a tear-jerker, sometimes witty and wise. A well-written book.
Note to the Teacher: Draw attention to the season by using Guilded-questions. Example, "What season was it when the newborns pigs, geese, and other animals babies were being born."
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Delightful story!, 4. Dezember 1997
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Trophy Newbery) (Taschenbuch)
It is interesting that the author chose to title the book Charlotte's Web. Instead of naming it after the main character, Wilbur, he named it after the miraculous web. The cover picture is interesting. All eyes are focused on Charlotte, the creator of the web.
The basic theme of the story is friendship -- genuine friendship enveloped in love and trust. As time passes, many characters learn valuable life lessons, proof of the book's teaching capacity. The reader is compelled to bond with the main characters as the story progresses. The book also deals seriously with the subject of death without stirring up too much emotion.
Briefly, Charlotte's Web is a story of a runt pig whose destiny is death and to be breakfast or dinner on the table. Its owner's daughter prevents her father from killing him. She is given the opportunity to nurse him for a few weeks, but when he is no longer a baby, she has to sell him to her uncle for only $6. There he makes friends, is saved from the slaughter house, grows up, and befriends children and grandchildren of a dear, one-of-a-kind friend.
Wonderful story which should be read to every child early in life!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Unique! In a class by itself!, 28. Februar 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: Charlotte's Web (Sondereinband)
Charlotte's Web was checked out of my grade school library many times by a classmate of mine that I considered "dumb". I thought "If SHE likes it, then I surely wouldn't. So I never checked it out. When my own child brought it home as a part of a third grade assignment, I decided to read it. The surprise of my life! It turned out to be the most wonderful book! The subtle nuances of humor are missed by children,even though they love the book, too. The way the author transforms everyday farm-life into interesting tidbits of information (including the actual contents of Wilbur's feeding trough) is nothing short of ingenius. The way he makes you feel for the lovable Wilbur--I love the way Wilbur asks Charlotte, "How is your plan coming? (for saving his life) I'd be happy to help with the plan in any way that I can." Naturally, he would like to see the plan move along, for saving his life, but the way in which he offers his help is adorable! The emotions, the characters of the animals (goose, sheep, and of course, Templeton) all combine to make Charlotte's Web a one-of-a-kind masterpiece!
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