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Heidi A classic children’s book, and the subject of several films, Heidi is the story of a cheerful, young orphan sent to live with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps. In her adventures, Heidi charms those who meet her.
Johanna Spyri Heidi (pronounced [ˈhaɪdi]) is a Swiss work of fiction, originally published in two parts as Heidi's years of learning and travel (German: Heidis Lehr- und Wanderjahre) and Heidi makes use of what she has learned. (German: Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat) It is a novel about the events in the life of a young girl in her grandfather's care, in the Swiss Alps. It was written as a book "for children and those who love children" (as quoted from its subtitle) in 1880 by Swiss author Johanna Spyri.
Johanna Spyri & Maria Louise Kirk A classic children’s book, and the subject of several films, Heidi is the story of a cheerful, young orphan sent to live with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps. In her adventures, Heidi charms those who meet her.
Johanna Spyri When Heidi, a cheerful 5-year-old orphan, comes to live with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps, she brings a bright ray of sunshine into the lives of the people around her. Young Peter, a goatherd, shares her love of nature, and his blind grandmother delights in the little girl's bubbling personality. Even Heidi's surly and hermit-like grandfather, the old Alm-Uncle, finds his long-lost grandchild a source of immense pleasure. A few years later, when she is forced to go to Frankfurt to serve as a companion for Klara, a well-to-do but sickly girl, Heidi must leave her beloved mountains and friends behind — an experience that proves highly traumatic to the innocent and sensitive little girl. But her return home and a visit from Klara result in magical moments that will leave young readers thoroughly captivated by this heartwarming tale of an unforgettable child and her effect on the people around her. Complete and unabridged, this story "for children and those who love children" will thrill today's youngsters just as it has delighted generations of young readers and listeners since its original publication in 1881.
Johanna Spyri One of the most popular pieces of children’s literature ever written
After the death of her mother, Heidi, a rosy-cheeked six-year-old, is dropped off on the doorstep of her grandfather, who lives in the mountains above a Swiss town. Grandfather is a frightening and withdrawn old man who has no use for the antics of a young girl, but the whole town falls in love with Heidi’s innocent spirit, and she in turn begins to feel affection for her grandfather.
From the blooming meadows in the valley of the Swiss Alps to a “haunted” house in Frankfurt, Johanna Spyri’s classic is suffused with Heidi’s warmth.
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Johanna Spyri (1827–1901) was a children’s book author born in Switzerland. She is best known for creating the character of Heidi, who has appeared in countless stories, films, and stage adaptations.
Johanna Spyri Moni is the goat boy who takes care of all the goats belonging to the people of Fideris, Switzerland. He loves to sing, yodel, and whistle while he romps with the goats all day long on the mountains. His favorite is a young kid named Mäggerli. One day Moni comes across a serious situation where he must keep a deceitful secret in order to protect Mäggerli from being killed. Will Moni risk the life of Mäggerli and tell the truth? This delightful short story teaches children that to trust God and do right is always better than being deceitful.
Johanna Spyri This is a juvenile fiction book. Spring had come again on the banks of the Iller-Stream, and the young beech trees were swaying to and fro. One moment their glossy foliage was sparkling in the sunshine, and the next a deep shadow was cast over the leaves. A strong south wind was blowing, driving huge clouds across the sun. A little girl with glowing cheeks and blowing hair came running through the wood. Her eyes sparkled with delight, while she was being driven along by the wind, or had to fight her way against it. From her arm was dangling a hat, which, as she raced along, seemed anxious to free itself from the fluttering ribbons in order to fly away.
Johanna Spyri A beautiful children's book, first published in 1884 and set in the spirit of its time. The golden sunshine of a glorious June morning flooded the roses of the beautiful garden that surrounded a handsome stone villa on the banks of the Rhine. A thousand sweet perfumes borne upon the gentle breeze mounted like incense to the open windows, and sought entrance there.
Johanna Spyri, Gail Herman & Lydia Halverson The story of Heidi was written over one hundred years ago, however, it is far from a period piece. In the Swiss Alps, where it is set, a hundred years is just the blink of an eye. We see in her the daughter that every mother dreams of having and every little girl dreams of being. Her presence makes us happy, and so her story has endured. This deluxe Children’s Classic edition is produced with high-quality, leatherlike binding with gold stamping, full-color covers, colored endpapers with a book nameplate. Some of the other titles in this series include: Anne of Green Gables, Black Beauty, King Arthur and His Knights, Little Women, and The Secret Garden.
Johanna Spyri The sun was shining so brightly through the foremost windows of the old schoolhouse in Upper Wood, that the children of the first and second classes appeared as if covered with gold. They looked at one another, all with beaming faces, partly because the sun made them appear so, and partly for joy; for when the sunshine came through the last window, then the moment approached that the closing word would be spoken, and the children could rush out into the evening sunshine. The teacher was still busy with the illuminated heads of the second class, and indeed with some zeal, for several sentences had still to be completed, before the school could be closed. The teacher was standing before a boy who looked well-fed and quite comfortable, and who was looking up into the teacher's face with eyes as round as two little balls.
Johanna Spyri This is a traditional cautionary tale about two children beset by tragedy early on, only to be given good fortune as they grow older and closer. However the two set out on different paths as they become adults. One is impatient to have all that.
Johanna Spyri The present story is the third by Madame Spyri to appear in this series. "Mäzli" may be pronounced the most natural and one of the most entertaining of Madame Spyri's creations. The atmosphere is created by an old Swiss castle and by the romantic associations of the noble family who lived there. Plot interest is supplied in abundance by the children of the Bergmann family with varying characters and interests. A more charming group of young people and a more wise and affectionate mother would be hard to find. Every figure is individual and true to life, with his or her special virtues and foibles, so that any grown person who picks up the volume will find it a world in miniature and will watch eagerly for the special characteristics of each child to reappear.
Johanna Spyri In the Ober Engadin, on the highway up to Maloja, stands the lonely village of Sils; and back towards the mountains, across the fields, nestles a little cluster of huts known as Sils Maria. Here, in an open field, two cottages stand, facing each other. Noticeable in both are the old wooden house-doors, and the tiny windows quite imbedded in the thick walls. A bit of a garden-plot belongs to one of these poor dwellings, where the pot-herbs and the cabbages look only a trifle better than their spindling companions the flowers.
Johanna Spyri Die Junisonne leuchtete auf das schöne steinerne Haus nieder, an dem die eben aufgeblühten roten Rosen sich in Fülle emporrankten und ringsum einen süßen, würzigen Duft verbreiteten, dem von Zeit zu Zeit der frische Morgenwind noch andere würzige Düfte beimischte, die er von dem reich besetzten Blumengarten am Hause emportrug und durch die offenen Fenster ins Haus hineinwehte. Mitten im großen Blumengarten lag ein weites Wasserbecken, von dem ein hoher Strahl zum blauen Himmel aufstieg und wieder in den schimmernden Teich zurückfiel. Buntfarbige Schmetterlinge flogen in Menge in der blauen Luft herum und setzten sich da und dort auf die duftenden  Blumen, und auf allen Zweigen der dicht belaubten Bäume, die ringsumher im Garten ihren Schatten über alte steinerne Bildsäulen mit Wasserschalen auf den Armen oder über verborgene Ruheplätzchen breiteten, sangen und zwitscherten die Vögel und wiegten sich lustig hin und her in der luftigen Höhe.
Johanna Spyri & Scott McKowen What happens when a little orphan girl is forced to live with her cold and frightening grandfather? The heartwarming answer has engaged children for more than a century, both on the page and on the screen. Johanna Spyri’s beloved story offers youngsters an endearing and intelligent heroine, a cast of unique and memorable characters, and a fascinatingportrait of a small Alpine village.
Johanna Spyri High up in the Bernese Oberland, quite a distance above the meadow-encircled hamlet of Kandergrund, stands a little lonely hut, under the shadow of an old fir-tree. Not far away rushes down from the wooded heights of rock the Wild brook, which in times of heavy rains, has carried away so many rocks and bowlders that when the storms are ended a ragged mass of stones is left, through which flows a swift, clear stream of water. Therefore the little dwelling near by this brook is called the stone hut. Here lived the honest day-laborer Toni, who conducted himself well in every farm-house, where he went to work, for he was quiet and industrious, punctual at his tasks, and reliable in every way.
Johanna Spyri A sweet tale of a young boy who lives with his grandmother in the mountains between France and Germany-- until his grandmother dies and his trials begin. Sami went and came back with the man of the house. He stepped up to Mary Ann's bed, and tried to encourage her, as that was his way. But he was alarmed at her appearance and wanted to go for the doctor, as he told her. But she held him fast and tried with great difficulty to express herself in his language, for she had only a scanty knowledge of it. Malon nodded his head understandingly and then hurried away.
Johanna Spyri Dora's story starts off sad. Her father dies and she moves in with her aunt and uncle where she is learning to become a seamstress. But her father left her his legacy of faith. Uncle Titus is told to go to the country with his family for his health. Dora loves it there but things are not what they expected and they might just leave.
Johanna Spyri & Maria Kirk HEIDI: This unique book features paragraph by paragraph translations from English to German, allowing the reader to learn German vocabulary and sentence structure while enjoying a classic.
This is a fun and affordable way to learn a second language. Previous experience with German is recommended, but ambitious beginners are welcome to give it a try.
QUICK SYNOPSIS: Heidi is an inspiring children's story about life in the Alps.
Anne Brontë, Anna Sewell, Johanna Spyri & Edith Wharton This massive anthology of 25 books will give you plenty to choose from on that long trip.
Agnes Grey by Anne Bronte
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Anthem by Ayn Rand
Black Beauty by Anna Sewell
The Circular Staircase by Mary Roberts Rinehart
Cranford by Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell
A Dog of Flanders by Louisa de la Rame
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
Heidi by Johanna Spyri
The House of Mirth By Edith Wharton
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
My Antonia by Willa Cather
Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
The Railway Children by E. Nesbit
Ramona by Helen Hunt Jackson
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm by Kate Douglas Wiggin
The Scarlet Pimpernel by Baroness Orczy
The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie
The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter
Story of My Life by Helen Keller
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
Yellow Wallpaper by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
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Johanna Spyri When Heidi’s Aunt Dete brings the orphaned girl to live with her grandfather, no one can imagine the bitter, solitary old man caring for a child. But, to everyone’s surprise, the two grow to love each other—and Heidi blossoms in her new home. Johanna Spyri’s charming story—and spirited heroine—have won children’s hearts for more than a century.
Johanna Spyri This file includes nine classic children's novels: Heidi, Cornelli, Erick and Sally, Gritli's Children, Maezli, Rico and Stineli and How Wiseli Was Provided for, Uncle Titus and His Visit to the Country, Veronica and Other Friends, and Willis the Pilot (a sequel to the Swiss Family Robinson). It also includes three short stories: Moni the Goat-Boy, Toni the Little Wood-Carver, and What Sami Sings with the Birds. According to Wikipedia: "Johanna Spyri (12 June 1827 – 7 July 1901) was an author of children's stories, and is best known for Heidi. Born Johanna Louise Heusser in the rural area of Hirzel, Switzerland, as a child she spent several summers in the area around Chur in Graubünden, the setting she later would use in her novels. In 1852, Johanna Heusser married Bernhard Spyri, a lawyer. While living in the city of Zürich she began to write about life in the country. Her first book titled A Leaf on Vrony's Grave, was published in 1871 and the following year further stories for both adults and children appeared, among them the tale of Heidi that became an instant and enduring success. Heidi, the story of an orphan girl who lives with her grandfather in the Alps, is not only famous for its vivid portrayal of the landscape but also for its understanding of how children see life and their feelings."
Johanna Spyri This classic story tells of a little orphan girl, Heidi, who is forced to live with her cold and frightening grandfather in a small Alpine village. Heidi's natural and loving attitude has a deep effect on those around her, including grumpy grandfather, helping them to realize the error of their ways and changing their lives for the better.
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Johanna Spyri & Maria L. Kirk With 14 color illustrations. According to Wikipedia: "Heidi is a Swiss work of fiction, published in two parts as (1)Heidi's years of learning and travel and (2) Heidi makes use of what she has learned. It is a novel about the events in the life of a young girl in her grandfather's care, in the Swiss Alps. It was written as a book "for children and those who love children" (as quoted from its subtitle) in 1880 by Swiss author Johanna Spyri. Heidi is one of the best-selling books ever written and is among the best-known works of Swiss literature."
Johanna Spyri This classic children's story has delighted readers both young and old for decades. "Heidi" is the story of a little orphan girl who is sent to live with her Grandfather in the Swiss Alps by her Aunt Dete. Her Grandfather has the reputation of having a nasty disposition but Heidi quickly warms up to him. Just as Heidi finds happiness in the mountains she must return to the city to take care of her invalid cousin Klara. "Heidi" is a charming story that will uplift the hearts of all that read it.
Johanna Spyri Heidi is a novel about the events in the life of a young girl in her grandfather's care, in the Swiss Alps. He at first resents Heidi's arrival, but the girl manages to penetrate his harsh exterior and subsequently has a delightful stay with him and her best friend, young Peter the goat-herd.
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Johanna Spyri Johanna Spyri’s beloved tale of a delightful Swiss miss has captivated generations of readers. Set in the towering Swiss Alps, this story “for children and those who love children” tells of a cheerful, 5-year-old orphan who is sent to live with her hermit-like grandfather in a small hut high in a mountain pasture. Bursting with energy and an immense love of nature, Heidi proves to have remarkable, transforming powers over those people closest to her: Clara, a young lady from a wealthy German family, Peter, a goatherd, and Peter’s blind grandmother. Even Heidi’s pessimistic grandfather, the old Alm-Uncle, eventually accepts and enjoys the healing effects of Heidi’s innocence, sensitivity, and love. Translated into many languages, Heidi has also captured the hearts of countless motion picture and television audiences with its heartwarming story of the joys and sorrows of childhood. This abridged version of the novel retains all the enchantment of the original edition and is sure to charm young readers today as much as it did when first published over a century ago.
Johanna Spyri Die alte Waschkäthe saß in ihrem Stübchen im einsamen Berghüttchen und schaute nachdenklich auf ihre gekrümmten Hände, die sie vor sich auf die Knie gelegt hatte. Bis der letzte Abendschein hinter den fernen Waldhöhen verglommen war, hatte sie fleißig an ihrem Spinnrad gearbeitet. Jetzt hatte sie es ein wenig beiseite gerückt, die Hände mußten müde sein, die so gekrümmt und abgearbeitet aussahen. Die Alte seufzte auf und sagte vor sich hin: "Ja, wenn ich noch könnte wie früher!" Sie meinte wohl arbeiten, denn das hatte sie tapfer ihr Leben lang getan. Nun war sie alt geworden, und die früher so rüstige und unermüdliche Waschfrau konnte gar nichts mehr tun, als ein wenig spinnen, und das trug sehr wenig ein. Dennoch hatte sie sich schon seit ein paar Jahren auf diese Weise durchgebracht und noch dazu ihr Enkelkind erhalten, das bei ihr lebte und noch nicht viel verdienen konnte. Es hatte zwar auch seine kleinen Einnahmen, denn es war ein flinkes und geschicktes Kind.
Johanna Spyri Heidi es una niña que, huérfana desde muy pequeña (y cuyo nombre verdadero es igual al de su madre, Adelaida), queda al cuidado de su joven tía Dete. Apenas la mujer encuentra una buena oportunidad de trabajo, lleva a la niña a vivir a la aldea de Dörffi con su abuelo, a quien no conocía, y a quien los habitantes llamaban "El viejo de los Alpes", por ser casi un ermitaño.
Johanna Spyri This collection was designed for optimal navigation on iPad and other electronic devices. This collection offers lower price, the convenience of a one-time download, and it reduces the clutter in your digital library. All books included in this collection feature a hyperlinked table of contents and footnotes. The collection is complimented by an author biography.
Table of Contents
Cornelli Erick and Sally Gritli's Children Heidi Mazli Moni
the Goat-Boy Rico and Stineli Toni the Little Woodcarver Uncle
Titus Veronica What Sami Sings with the Birds Willis the Pilot
Johanna Spyri Heidi is a novel for children written in 1880 which remains one of the most well-known pieces of Swiss literature. A young girl is taken to live with her grandfather in a remote alpine village. He has been estranged from the village for years, but his granddaughter penetrates his crusty exterior and transforms his isolated life into one of joy. She also befriends the young goat-herd, Peter.
Johanna Spyri & Appstory "Heidi" is a work of fiction written in 1880 by Swiss author Johanna Spyri, originally published in two parts as Heidi's years of learning and travel and Heidi makes use of what she has learned. It is a novel about the events in the life of a young girl in her grandfather's care, in the Swiss Alps. It was written as a book "for children and those who love children".
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Beautiful fairy tale and story for imaginative children 01 _ Hansel and Gretel 02 _ Rapunzel 03 _ Jack and the Beanstalk 04 _ Goldilocks and the Three Bears 05 _ The Little Red Hen 06 _ Thumbelina 07 _ The Ugly Duckling 08 _ The Flying Trunk 09 _ The Story of a Mother 10 _ Puss in Boots 11 _ Little Red Riding Hood 12 _ Snow White 13 _ The Elves and the Shoemaker 14 _ The Nutcracker 15 _ Swan Lake 16 _ The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 17 _ The Selfish Giant 18 _ Pinocchio 19 _ Beauty and the Beast 20 _ The Little Mermaid 21 _ The Gift of Magi 22 _ The Fir Tree 23 _ The Little Match Girl 24 _ The Emperor’s New Clothes 25 _ The Red Shoes 26 _ Bible Stories (The Old Testament 1) 27 _ Bible Stories (The Old Testament 2) 28 _ Bible Stories (The Old Testament 3) 29 _ Cinderella 30 _ Sleeping Beauty 31 _ The Jungle Book 32 _ Heidi 33 _ Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp 34 _ Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves 35 _ Uncle Tom’s Cabin 36 _ Aesop’s Fables 1 37 _ Aesop’s Fables 2 38 _ The Great Stone Face 39 _ Anne of Green Gables 40 _ A Dog of Flanders 41 _ Daddy-Long-Legs 42 _ Bible Stories 2 (The New Testament) 43 _ Peter Pan 44 _ The Happy Prince 45 _ The Nightingale and the Rose 46 _ The Count of Monte Cristo 47 _ The Stars 48 _ The Last Lesson 49 _ What Men Live By 50 _ Ivan, the Fool 51 _ The Christmas Carol 52 _ The Secret Garden 53 _ The Story of Helen Keller 54 _ The Merchant of Venice 55 _ The Wizard of Oz 56 _ Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 57 _ Robin Hood 58 _ Around the World in Eighty Days 59 _ Little Women 60 _ Turandot 61 _ Carmen 62 _ Aida 63 _ The Phantom of the Opera 64 _ The Little Prince 1 65 _ The Little Prince 2 66 _ Don Quixote 67 _ Anne Frank A Diary of a Young Girl 68 _ Waiting for Godot 1 69 _ Waiting for Godot 2 70 _ The Invisible Man 71 _ The Last Leaf 72 _ The Cop and the Anthem 73 _ After Twenty Years 74 _ Les Miserables 75 _ The Age of Fables 1 76 _ The Age of Fables 2 77 _ Sense and Sensibility 78 _ The Old Man and the Sea 79 _ Great Expectations 80 _ The Adventure of the Speckled Band 81 _ The Adventure of the Blue Carbuncle 82 _ A Scandal in Bohemia 83 _ The Black Cat 84 _ The Purloined Letter 85 _ Dracula 86 _ Romeo and Juliet 87 _ The Scarlet Letter 88 _ Anna Karenina 89 _ Great Speeches(Martin Luther King Jr. _ I Have a Dream, Abraham Lincoln _ Inaugural Address, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi _ Non-cooperation with Non-violence, Franklin Delano Roosevelt _ First Inaugural Address, John Fitzgerald Kennedy _ Inaugural Address)
Johanna Spyri & Jürgen Schulze Dies ist die illustrierte Fassung beider Bücher:
Heidis Lehr- und Wanderjahre
Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat
Das bekannte Kinderbuch im Original, das durch seinen zeitlosen Charme besticht.
Mit den pittoresken bunten Bildern von Maria L. Kirk
Die beiden Kinderbücher Heidis Lehr- und Wanderjahre und Heidi kann brauchen, was es gelernt hat der Schweizer Autorin Johanna Spyri (1827-1901) aus den Jahren 1880 und 1881 gehören zu den bekanntesten Kinderbüchern der Welt. Mit ihren Heidi-Büchern schuf Johanna Spyri ein noch heute weit verbreitetes romantisches und idealtypisches Bild der Schweiz.
Umfang: 375 Buchseiten bzw. 331 Normseiten
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Johanna Spyri First published in Swiss German in 1881, Johanna Spyri’s “Heidi” is the classic children’s story which has delighted readers both young and old ever since its original publication. It is the story of its titular character, Heidi, a girl orphaned at the age of five, who is sent to live with her Grandfather in the Swiss Alps by her Aunt Detie. Her Grandfather has the reputation of having a nasty disposition but Heidi quickly warms up to him. Heidi soon befriends her neighbors and residents of the mountain town, however after three years, Aunt Detie returns to bring Heidi to Frankfurt to be a hired companion to a girl named Clara Sesemann, the daughter of a wealthy family, who is regarded as an invalid. While the two become close friends, Heidi eventually develops an intense case of home sickness for the mountain home of her Grandfather and when the family doctor realizes the stress that she is under it is advised that she return to the mountains before she becomes terribly ill. A charming and uplifting story, “Heidi” is a classic coming of age story which addresses the difficulty in overcoming tragedy and finding one’s place in the world. This edition is illustrated by Alice Carsey.
Johanna Spyri Im Ober-Engadin, an der Straße gegen den Maloja hinauf, liegt ein einsames Dörfchen, das heißt Sils. Da geht man von der Straße querfeldein, und hinten, ganz nahe an den Bergen, liegt ein kleiner Ort, der heißt Sils-Maria. Da standen zwei Häuschen einander gegenüber, ein wenig abseits im Felde. Die hatten beide uralte hölzerne Haustüren und ganz kleine Fenster tief in der Mauer drinnen. Beim einen Haus war ein kleines Stück Garten, da wuchs Kraut und Kohl und es standen auch vier Blumenstöcke darin, die sahen aber mager aus und aufgeschossen wie das Kraut. Beim anderen Häuschen war gar nichts als ein kleiner Stall neben der Tür; da krochen zwei Hühner aus und ein. Dies Häuschen war noch ziemlich kleiner als das andere, und die hölzerne Tür war schwarz vor Alter.
James Matthew Barrie, Charles Dickens, Johanna Spyri, Louisa May Alcott, L. Frank Baum, Frances Hodgson Burnett, L.M. Montgomery, George MacDonald, Mary Louisa Molesworth, Martha Finley, Abbie Farwell Brown, Anna Sewell, Hesba Stretton, Frances Browne, Kate Douglas Wiggin & Kenneth Grahame This unique collection of the greatest Christmas novels has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards. Contents:
Life and Adventures of Santa Claus (L. Frank Baum)
Christmas-Tree Land (Mary Louisa Molesworth)
The Little City of Hope (F. Marion Crawford)
Peter Pan and Wendy (J. M. Barrie)
Little Women (Louisa May Alcott)
The Wonderful Wizard of OZ (L. Frank Baum)
A Christmas Carol (Charles Dickens)
Little Lord Fauntleroy (Frances Hodgson Burnett)
Christmas with Grandma Elsie (Martha Finley)
Anne of Green Gables (Lucy Maud Montgomery)
The Christmas Angel (Abbie Farwell Brown)
At the Back of the North Wind (George MacDonald)
Black Beauty (Anna Sewell)
The Christmas Child (Hesba Stretton)
Granny's Wonderful Chair (Frances Browne)
The Romance of a Christmas Card (Kate Douglas Wiggin)
Wind in the Willows (Kenneth Grahame)
The Birds' Christmas Carol (Kate Douglas Wiggin)
The Wonderful Life - Story of the life and death of our Lord (Hesba Stretton)
Johanna Spyri Orphaned Heidi lives with her gruff but caring grandfather on the side of Swiss mountain, where she befriends young Peter the goat-herd. She leads an idyllic life, until she is forced to leave the mountain she has always known to go and live with a sickly girl in the city. Will Heidi ever see her grandfather again? A classic tale of a young girl's coming-of-age, of friendship, and familial love, Heidi has inspired countless dramatic versions, both on TV and in film, including Shirley Temple's famous 1937 version.
Selma Lagerlöf, Beatrix Potter, Charles Dickens, Heinrich Heine, Else Ury, Johanna Spyri, Agnes Sapper, Karl May, Theodor Fontane, Oscar Wilde, Hans Christian Andersen, Frances Hodgson Burnett, The Brothers Grimm, Martin Luther, Theodor Storm, Peter Rosegger, E. T. A. Hoffmann, O. Henry, Ludwig Thoma, Manfred Kyber, Heinrich Seidel, Luise Büchner, Hermann Löns, Wilhelm Raabe, Georg Ebers, Adalbert Stifter, Paula Dehmel, Kurt Tucholsky, Walter Benjamin, Ludwig Bechstein, Rainer Maria Rilke & Clemens Brentano Mit unserer Sammlung der Weihnachts-Klassiker, die die ganze Familie zusammen bringen, möchten wir Ihnen die schönsten Weihnachtstage wünschen.
Der Schneider von Gloucester (Beatrix Potter)
Die Heilige Nacht
Nils Holgerssons wunderbare Reise mit den Wildgänsen
Das Heimchen am Herde
Der Kampf des Lebens
Der Behexte und der Pakt mit dem Geiste
Die Geschichte des Schuljungen
Mrs. Lirripers Fremdenpension
Die Geschichte des armen Verwandten
Eine Erzählung für Kinder (Leo Tolstoi)
Der Zucker-Schneemann (Else Ury)
Die Weihnachtsrute (Else Ury)
Die Heilige und ihr Narr (Agnes Günther)
Der kleine Lord (Frances Hodgson Burnett)
Weihnacht! (Karl May)
Die Familie Pfäffling (Agnes Sapper)
Der Weihnachtsfund (Hermann Kurz)
Vor dem Sturm (Theodor Fontane)
Else von der Tanne (Wilhelm Raabe)
Puckis erstes Schuljahr (Magda Trott)
Der Rangierbahnhof (Helene Böhlau)
Am Wege (Herman Bang)
Advent (Rainer Maria Rilke)
Die heil'gen Drei Könige (Heinrich Heine)
Das Geschenk der Weisen (O.Henry)
Nußknacker und Mausekönig (E.T.A Hoffman)
Bergkristall (Adalbert Stifter)
Weihnachten (Theodor Fontane)
Weihnachtslied (Theodor Storm)
Marthe und ihre Uhr (Theodor Storm)
Das Sternenkind (Oscar Wilde)
Der selbstsüchtige Riese (Oscar Wilde)
Weihnacht (Karl Kraus)
Pariser Weihnachten (Kurt Tucholsky)
Die heilige Weihnachtszeit (Peter Rosegger)
Hans Christian Andersen:
Das Kleine Mädchen mit den Schwefelhölzchen
Der standhafte Zinnsoldat
Der allererste Weihnachtsbaum
Christkindl-Ahnung im Advent (Ludwig Thoma)
Die Frau Holle
Die Geschichte vom Christkind und vom Nikolaus
Die Geschichte vom Weihnachtsmarkt...
Lüttjemann und Püttjerinch
Johanna Spyri One of the best books of all time, Johanna Spyri's Heidi. Originally published in English in 1919, Heidi is still loved to this day! Don't miss out on this classic - grab your copy of Heidi by Johanna Spyri today!
Johanna Spyri Die Erzählungen in diesem Band sind: Moni der Geißbub Beim Weiden-Joseph am Felsensprung Der Toni vom Kandergrund In sicherer Hut Rosenresli )Und wer nur Gott zum Freunde hat, dem hilft er immer wieder( Vom This, der doch etwas wird Was die Großmutter gelehrt hat Wie Wiselis Weg gefunden wird. Moni entdeckt sein Gewissen, als er das Gesicht mit einer schwierigen Wahl ist - die Geschichte lehrt, was das Richtige ist, um in eine sehr überzeugende und hearwarming Weise zu tun - mit der Qual der Junge zu durchlaufen hat das Gefühl und das Buch endet etwas anders als erwartet.
Johanna Spyri Draußen vor der Stadt Bern liegt ein Dörflein an einer Halde. Ich kann hier nicht wohl sagen, wie es heißt, aber ich will es ein wenig beschreiben; wer dann dahinkommt, der kann es gleich erkennen. Oben auf der Anhöhe steht ein einzelnes Haus mit einem Garten daran, voll schöner Blumen von allen Arten; das gehört dem Oberst Ritter und heißt „Auf der Halde". Von da geht es hinunter; dann steht auf einem kleinen, ebenen Platze die Kirche und daneben das Pfarrhaus, - dort hat die Frau des Obersten als Pfarrerstochter ihre fröhliche Kindheit verlebt. Etwas weiter unten hin kommt das Schulhaus und noch einige Häuser beisammen, und dann links am Wege noch ein Häuschen ganz allein; davor liegt auch ein Gärtchen mit ein paar Rosen und ein paar Nelken und ein paar Resedastöckchen, daneben aber mit Zichorien und Spinat bepflanzt und mit einer niederen Hecke von Johannisbeersträuchern umgeben.
Johanna Spyri Heidi is a novel about the events in the life of a young girl in her grandfather's care, in the Swiss Alps. It was written as a book "for children and those who love children". Heidi is one of the best-selling books ever written and is among the best-known works of Swiss literature.
Johanna Louise Spyri (1827-1901) was a Swiss-born author of novels and best known for her children's stories. Born in the rural area of Hirzel, Switzerland, as a child she spent several summers in the area around Chur in Graubünden, the setting she later would use in her novels.
Johanna Spyri This carefully crafted ebook: "Heidi (Illustrated Edition)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
Heidi is a novel about the events in the life of a young girl in her grandfather's care, in the Swiss Alps. It was written as a book "for children and those who love children". Heidi is one of the best-selling books ever written and is among the best-known works of Swiss literature.
Johanna Louise Spyri (1827-1901) was a Swiss-born author of novels and best known for her children's stories. Born in the rural area of Hirzel, Switzerland, as a child she spent several summers in the area around Chur in Graubünden, the setting she later would use in her novels.
Lewis Carroll, L. Frank Baum, Anna Sewell, Kenneth Grahame, C. Collodi, Hugh Lofting, Henry W. Longfellow, Johanna Spyri & Warren Lapine This omnibus edition contains eight of the most loved children's books of all time. Your child will treasure this magical book throughout their childhood. Included are 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz', 'Black Beauty', 'The Wind in the Willows', 'The Adventures of Pinocchio', 'The Story of Doctor Dolittle', 'The Song of Hiawatha', 'Heidi', and 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland'. This book will keep children captivated for hours on end and provided them with magical memories to last a life time.
Johanna Spyri "Heidi" is a delightful story for children of life in the Alps, one of many tales written by the Swiss authoress, Johanna Spyri, who died in her home at Zurich in 1891. She had been well known to the younger readers of her own country since 1880, when she published her story "Heimathlos", which ran into three or more editions, and which, like her other books, as she states on the title page, was written for those who love children, as well as for the youngsters themselves. Her own sympathy with the instincts and longings of the child's heart is shown in her picture of Heidi. The record of the early life of this Swiss child amid the beauties of her passionately loved mountain-home and during her exile in the great town has been for many years a favourite book of younger readers in Germany and America.
Johanna Spyri Vom freundlichen Dorfe Maienfeld fuehrt ein Fussweg durch gruene, baumreiche Fluren bis zum Fusse der Hoehen, die von dieser Seite gross und ernst auf das Tal herniederschauen. Wo der Fussweg anfaengt, beginnt bald Heideland mit dem kurzen Gras und den kraeftigen Bergkraeutern dem Kommenden entgegenzuduften, denn der Fussweg geht steil und direkt zu den Alpen hinauf.