- Gebundene Ausgabe: 72 Seiten
- Verlag: Random House Books for Young Readers; Auflage: Book Club (BCE/BOMC) (12. August 1960)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0545002850
- ISBN-13: 978-0394800165
- ASIN: 0394800168
- Vom Hersteller empfohlenes Alter: 5 - 8 Jahre
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,3 x 1 x 23,6 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 101 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 780 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Green Eggs and Ham (Beginner Books(R)) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 12. August 1960
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This timeless Dr. Seuss classic was first published in 1960, and has been delighting readers ever since. Sam-I-am is as persistent as a telemarketer, changing as many variables as possible in the hopes of convincing the nameless skeptic that green eggs and ham are a delicacy to be savored. He tries every manner of presentation with this "nouveau cuisine"--in a house, with a mouse, in a box, with a fox, with a goat, on a boat--to no avail. Then finally, finally the doubter caves under the tremendous pressure exerted by the tireless Sam-I-am. And guess what? Well, you probably know what happens, but even after reading Green Eggs and Ham the thousandth time, the climactic realization that green eggs and ham are "so good, so good, you see" is still a rush. As usual, kids will love Dr. Seuss's wacky rhymes and whimsical illustrations--and this time, they might even be so moved as to finally take a taste of their broccoli. (Ages 4 to 8)
"Limited vocabulary but unlimited exuberance of illustration."--School Library Journal.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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Cat in the Hat is a joy. Beyond the fun of the words and story, an implicit subversive message resides merrily with the book's affirmation of order and stability in a child's world. For me this is THE classic book of childhood and one that should hold a child's interest for years, even as it has held mine for the past two weeks.
The story opens with a happy, carefree young furry creature with a tail in the Valley of Vung starting to have problems because he gets careless and doesn't look around. Discouraged by these setbacks, he is all ears when a chap on a One-Wheeler Wubble comes along and says that there's never any trouble in the City of Solla Sollew, and offers take him there. The trip turns out to be very arduous and difficult. Finally at Solla Sollew, a new problem arises. From this experience, he decides to be more proactive in the future. "Now my troubles are going, To have trouble with me!"
Like all of the Dr. Seuss books, this one is enlivened by hilarious creatures, dramatic and colorful illustrations, and a pleasant rhyming scheme that uses funny names to aid the rhymes.
One of the most difficult lessons for people to learn is that we carry the seeds of all our problems and opportunities around with us. Simply changing the scenery may not be enough, if our old ways of thinking still guide us. If you are somewhat depressed and see no opportunity in one place, even in an earthly paradise you can still experience life the same way.
Many people go through life looking for the perfect mate, house, and job, only to be constantly disappointed. In I Had Trouble in Getting to Solla Sollew, that voyage toward perfection can be quickly experienced and the lesson learned. Here is where a parent can make a big difference. You need to share some experiences in your own life where you lived this story, and share what you learned as a result. In this way, you can help you child in later years by providing an alternative perspective and reminding her or him or this story. "Are you going to Solla Sollew?" can be a shorthand way of encouraging your child to re-examine the purpose of the sought-for change.
For an adult, the benefit from this story can be to help you consider whether all of the error-elimination you pursue is worth the effort. My clients frequently are interested in reducing their error rate. They may be starting, though, in an area with an error rate that is only one in ten million occurrences. And the area being considered may be relatively unimportant to the success of the organization. The same effort could instead make important improvements in some area where mistakes abound, results do matter, and perfection is an impossible dream.
Decide what the problem is before you grab just any solution!
Get over yourselves, people. This is a fun book that has lessons about life, responsibility, and the causal order of the universe. I have read it to my sons countless times because they love it.
Got a kick out of the authors' listing: "Green Eggs and Ham--Seuss et al"? very punny
Love Cat In the Hat, too--oh what can I do? ButI would also like to recommend 2 other books: these have to do with children's (and adults') love of pets, but these books tackle the loss of that beloved pet with much grace and comfort. For Every Dog an Angel starts with the puppy's getting an angel at birth, and when a dog bonds with its "forever person" the angel is very happy. The angel stays with its dog throughout its life and when the "forever dog" passes over the angel turns into a bridge in order for it to do this. Sometimes the dog passes back across the bridge to visit, and children are told that perhaps they will hear pawsteps when they are out walking, or see their covers rumpling. This is beautifully handled for little children (and adults!). We are then informed that when it is finally time for us to pass over, there is a joyful reunion with our "forever pet". This book is a treasure!Another book, dealing with the loss of a pet that will bring those who have sustained a loss great comfort is The Soul of Your Pet. Has amazing, solid evidence of animal afterlife. Skeptics beware: you won't be anymore after reading this book. Biblically-sound, as well (ages 12 to adult).
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