Mohamed Taghyan Taghyan từ Stare Zawady, Ba Lan
Chắc chắn là một cuốn sách phát triển về bạn.
Tôi nhớ rằng nhìn qua cuốn sách này rất thường xuyên khi tôi còn nhỏ. Tôi luôn bị cuốn hút bởi những con chim xinh xắn, mỏng manh (đặc biệt, như tôi nhớ, người đi đường - đó là, tự nhiên, yêu thích của tôi).
một cuốn sách nhỏ ngọt ngào ... đọc nó cho cuốn sách đa văn hóa của tôi dành cho lớp trẻ ... một cuốn sách hay dành cho những độc giả trẻ (hoặc một ngày tuyệt vời để đọc cho người lớn!)
As a series these books are incredible. The formulaic plot that is repeated in every book satisfies the child who is being read to's expectation of what's going on, right and wrong and the band of simple characters. Where the books become really clever is the additional bits of plot woven into the anecdotes, dedications and acknowledgments, written for the older reader, whether parents reading aloud or older children. The humour is clever, beautifully insightful and infinitely quotable. Type Lemony Snicket quotes into any search engine and you will receive a barrage of hilarious snippets which readers of any age can appreciate. The beautiful sense of innocence is what I love about the books as well as the introduction of long words and the imaginative anecdotes to which they pertain. Although the actual definition of the words is sometimes glossed over, I assume the intention is to entertain the older readers and intrigue the younger ones into asking what they mean. Overall Lemony Snicket (real name Daniel Handler) uses the fact that he is writing a book to his advantage more than anyone else I have read. His tone of voice is unique and wonderful. He plays with the words on the page, often inviting readers to skip chapters, find out more, answer questions or search for hidden meanings. In one instance, being unable to describe just how black the tunnel was, he illustrates his point by colouring the next two pages in black ink. His love of books comes through in every sentence often using them as a device to tell between good and evil. "Never trust anyone who has not brought a book with them." Lemony Snicket