Chwileczkę, Walerio– by Krystyna Siesicka(Book) 16 editions published between and in Polish and Undetermined and held by 19 WorldCat. Chwileczke walerio by Krystyna Siesicka, Polish / Poland, Chytrý Honza z Čech: Pro čtenáře od 11 let by Josef Kopta, Czech / Czech Republic, („Chwileczkę, Walerio ” („Just a Minute, Valerie ”), Award of the Year ,. BARFIE Polish Collection; „Dziewczyna Mistrza Gry” („Game Master’s. Girlfriend”) .
|Published (Last):||6 October 2013|
|PDF File Size:||5.8 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||12.76 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Book awards: The White Ravens
Writing to the Christians in the city of Ephesus modern-day TurkeySt. Barbara rated it liked it Oct 07, chwilrczke Metamorfoser, eller det store spillet: Manden og katten by Anne Mette Edeltoft. A Tale from Tanzania by John Kilake. Hangman by Julia Jarman. After the First World War, social realism came into the foreground, and after the Second World War topics on national resistance struggle were most frequent Kobe, The Spring Tone by Kazumi Yumoto.
He also used folk songs to create milestones of the poetic world of Slovenian childhood which are still very much alive today. The story is heart-warming, as are the soft-toned watercolour illustrations.
These were insightful studies of teenage problems sketched against a broad social background. Le palefroi by Martine Bourre. Her father must escape from the waleroo police.
Butler to ensure the accuracy of her depictions of such characters. This historical young adult novel with his portrayal of Inner Mongolia and encounters with harmless and dangerous animals is still worth reading today. Parkland by Victor Kelleher.
Through the tale of a cat, the author analyses the difficult art of friendship and makes readers realise that changes enrich our world and our lives, even if we might not always appreciate them. While his mother lovingly cares for him night and day and cannot imagine putting him in a home for disabled people, his father was not able to cope with the situation and left the family a while ago.
The author successfully presents an authentic, albeit satirically exaggerated, description of the daily life of a Polish teenage boy. Freedom Beyond the Sea by Waldtraut Lewin. Children were seen as savage. Der durch den Spiegel kommt by Kirsten Boie.
The last of these titles shows the fatal influence of fantasy games on the young psyche. Secrets of the rainforest by Dailan Pugh. In einem tiefen, dunklen Wald Madicken dan Lisabet by Astrid Lindgren. In the following decades, realistic stories were written by numerous writers, among whom were women authors such as Kristina Brenk. Emile og naturens orden by Thomas Winding.
Books by Krystyna Siesicka (Author of Zapałka na zakręcie)
A moment of truth true stories from around the world by Sigrun Srivastav. Le chwileeczke de bicyclette by Billioud Jean-Michel. Bubblegum Delicious by Dennis Lee. Told from wakerio perspective of chwileczje teenager, the book deals with the topic of a severe disability in a sensitive but not overly sentimental way without any taboos. Stories from Ladakh by Kusum Kapur. Fuggo da tutto by Matilde Lucchini. Cowboy on the Steppes by Song Nan Zhang.
For life can change suddenly and drastically. As this brief discussion of contemporary teen fiction in Poland has attempted to show, over the last decades literary writing for the young has undergone considerable changes in the genres, construction of characters and in the strategies of communication between the writer and the reader.
Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist. Der Turm by Ludwig Hirsch. The writing style is stiff but the reader gains insight into history.
La foresta-radice-labirinto by Italo Calvino.