Madlike

  • Title: Madlike
  • Author: Astrid Lindgren
  • ISBN: 545002214X
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About Astrid Lindgren


    1. Astrid Anna Emilia Lindgren, n e Ericsson, was a Swedish children s book author and screenwriter, whose many titles were translated into 85 languages and published in than 100 countries She has sold roughly 145 million copies worldwide Today, she is most remembered for writing the Pippi Longstocking books, as well as the Karlsson on the Roof book series.Awards Hans Christian Andersen Award for Writing 1958


    186 Comments


    1. This is now the third classic Swedish children's book that I've read in German translation, and once again I find, to my considerable surprise, that Swedish stories can survive the transition to this new language intact. I read it, and I'm amazed by the translator's skill, but even more by the fact that it's possible in the first place. It sounds like Madicken! The teasing conversations with her little sister Lisabeth sound the same; the author's ironic asides about the many things that go right [...]

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    2. Please note that for simplicity's sake, I will be using the main character's American name (Meg) throughout, although I personally know her as Madita (from the German translations) and in the Swedish original, she is called Madicken (in the British translations, Madicken is known as Mardie); these all seem to be nicknames for Margaret.The German translations of Astrid Lindgren's Madicken novels (both the first book and its sequel) take their well deserved places amongst my favourite childhood re [...]

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    3. We've read it with my daughther following Manny's advice. I never saw such response from my child. She was jumping around her room, laughing out loud, she wanted to discuss every plotline, because they all affected something inside of her.Most intersting thing is that I never saw such reaction on any fairy-tale book. Common opinion that kids tend to love imaginery worlds, full of fabricated characters. "Madicken" (there is a mess between "madita" and "madicken" titles, but I figured book we've j [...]

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    4. Bilingual friends tell me this is a more accurate translation than my beloved childhood version, Mischievous Meg, which apparently has whole chapters left out, as well as expurgated content.

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    5. This book reminded me why A. Lindgren was my favorite author when I was a kid. Her books just radiate such warmness And humor is amazing. There were some serious themes in this book also: poverty, alcoholism, insanity. Madita goes into my favorites shelf like most of other Lindgren's books.

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    6. This is definitely my favourite Astrid Lindgren book. It always reminds me of what my sister and I were like as kids.

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    7. Sometimes you shouldn’t let the perfect be the enemy of the good. The great Manny Rayner extols this book, published in Swedish in 1960 as Madicken, in both the original Swedish and its German translation. The English translation is supposed to be sub-par; however, I really enjoyed the adventures of 9-year-old Meg Peterson, a girl with too much imagination and too little sense, as she attempts to replicate parachuting out of an airplane, portraying Pharoah’s daughter discovering Moses amongs [...]

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    8. I liked it, but it bothered me that her mother was always so mean to that neighbour boy. I'm sure he just wanted to have fun and play with her. Just because he was poor didn't mean she had to be so rude. He just liked playing with her and doing fun things. No need to be so stuck up. Her daughter always did much worse things on her own, after all, like jumping off the roof with an umbrella, but all he did was make a funny joke about a ghost.

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    9. I mentioned in my review of Pippi Longstockingthat there was a summer that my cousin and I read through all of the Astrid Lindgren books (or at least the ones that were shelved at the local library.) I could always remember the events in this one - but couldn't place which book it was. I spent the entire time reading this internally shouting, "I remember this scene." Just lovely.

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    10. Nog steeds in het kader van mijn missie "alle Astrid Lindgren boeken lezen", was het nu de beurt aan "Madicken". Hoofdpersonage is de bijna 7-jarige Madicken, die samen met zusje Lisabet, haar ouders en een reeks huisdieren in Junibacken woont. Madicken is de soort jonge enthousiaste sloeber, vol fantasie, die doet vooraleer ze nadenkt en nadien met de gevolgen wordt geconfronteerd. Op deze manier weet Lindgren zonder zeer belerend over te komen deze "moraal van het verhaal" aan de (jonge) lezer [...]

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    11. Madicken dan Lisabet anak-anak yang manis. Madicken tujuh tahun sangat menyayangi Lisabet adiknya - lima tahun. Terkadang tertawa sendiri saat membacanya. Tingkah polah mereka ada-ada saja. Piknik di atas atap gudang, hidung kemasukan kacang polong, seluncur sampai bukit apel yang jauh sekali dan masih banyak lagi :)Madicken dan Lisabet, kedua gadis cilik in membuatku teringat dan membayangkan "mereka" - yang belum sempat kukenal, hehe jadi curcol. Pasti seperti itu ya apabila mempunyai dua anak [...]

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    12. Maybe it loses something in the translation, or maybe it's really meant for 10-year-old girls, but I didn't care much for this. I read it because it was mentioned in the Christmas book I just read, I Saw Mommy Kicking Santa Claus. I did like the passage about not overdoing it at Christmas so as not to be too tired to enjoy things:Meg looked anxiously at Mother to see if she was tired, but fortunately Mother was happy and not at all tired. Everyone had to be happy, and everyone had to feel that C [...]

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    13. It took me a while to remember the title, but this book I must have read it a dozen times when I was a child. I believe it was for children between the age of 6 and 9, but even when I was well over 9 years old, I still borrowed this book sometimes from the library.I don't remember much of it anymore, all I know is that as a child, I loved it.

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    14. This is a great book by the author of Pippi Longstocking. Meg is a much more interesting character than Pippi--she's so real you could expect her to be the new girl at school. The stories are really funny, not silly like Pippi's are.

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    15. Meg herself is just not my cup of tea. She doesn't have the good sense God gave a turnip. However, I freely admit I also failed to appreciate Pippi Longstocking (by the same author), and I know many readers over the years have found both girls charming.

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    16. This kids book is ageless and travels through period of times. It sure has some good values to be learnt to kids these days

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    17. This is the book for children of all time.

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    18. Reading this was like being eight years old again. I miss being 8. It was wonderful. :-)

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    19. Jo, jo. Čtyřletá dcera mi to hodila na hlavu, ale mně se to líbilo :D

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    20. מאוד ילדותי אבל חביב.

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    21. A sweet tale about family, love, religion, childhood, and all things in fluff, glitter, and gooey-ness. Cuteness category: soft and cotton candy-like.

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    22. Mischievous Meg is a book of small vignettes of a somewhat naughty young lady whose choices are both whimsical and irreverent, teaching lessons while telling an engaging story of a young lady and her small family. This book was published around the middle of Lindgren's career, and this is the second of Lindgren's books that I have read with my six year old son,the first being The Adventures of Pippi Longstocking.We enjoyed this about as much as we did Longstocking, but for different reasons. Whi [...]

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    23. I don't have a whole lot to say about this. For our nighttime read-aloud, it certainly fit the preferred criteria of having a three-dimensional female character. Beyond that, it's pretty silly -- which is of course perfect for the 8 year old listening on the couch next to me. It did facilitate a couple of discussions about Christianity, the Old Testament, and spanking (and how we don't believe in any of those things), which is good because the kid's gotta learn about the world outside his experi [...]

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    24. Only 139 pages long, but was hard to get through. The book was written by the same author as Pippi Longstocking. The book definitely does not live up to its name. There are only two really interesting and funny stories in the whole book: When Alfred makes Meg think she is clairvoyant and can see ghosts, and when Alfred makes Meg think she sold her sister to a slave-trader. Both of these had Meg as the butt of the joke, and Alfred as the mischievous mastermind. I guess it was sort of Ramona the P [...]

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    25. I've read this before, probably borrowed from school library, and the image of madita jumping from the roof with an umbrella is unforgetable. Btw, I can't remember if that's also what happen in "what katy did", did she jump or fall down from the swing?What I found a bit uncomfortable is that the mother doesn't approve of her befriending neighbour nilsson. Of course her mom's thought of protecting her from the not-so-ideal family condition is understandable. But would it be best to give her a lim [...]

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    26. V krátké době druhé čtení. Madynka je kniha pro děti a na prví čtení se mi sice líbila, ale neokouzlila mě tolik, jak by mohla. Tentokrát mi ale celá přišla téměř dokonalá. Nevím, jak se na knížku dívají děti, ale asi vesměs nadšeně (podle ohlasů rodičů z ) :) Mně (a odborným recenzentů) se zdá trochu melancholická. Hodně mě bavila dětská naivita a ochota všechny nápady uskutečnit. Dost mě taky překvapilo, že občas jsem mezi řádky cítila trochu [...]

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    27. Heimwee naar de tijd dat ik dit las.

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    28. Kangen banget sama buku ini. Dibaca waktu masih SD dulu. Jaman sekarang kok udah susah ya nemu children book yang polos kayak gini? Buku yang bercerita tentang anak umur 4-6 tahun tapi masih enak dibaca anak kelas 5 SD bahkan dewasa?Ato emang jiwa gw aja yang masih kekanakan? Mbuh lah.Pastinya berencana baca ulang buku ini buat challenge tahun depan. Yihaaaa

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    29. Příběhy Madynky a její sestřičky Lízy mám ráda. Ale lhala bych, kdybych nepřiznala, že mě knížka trochu zklamala. Od skvělé Astrid Lindgrenové, autorky Pipi Dlouhé punčochy, bych čekala ještě alespoň o fous bláznivější dobrodružství - i tak jsem si knihu užila.

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