Die grüne Wolke. Den Kindern von Summerhill erzählt

Die grüne Wolke. Den Kindern von Summerhill erzählt

A.S. Neill / May 27, 2019

Die gr ne Wolke Den Kindern von Summerhill erz hlt The adventures of a group who survived a poisonous cloud that turned everyone else into stone

  • Title: Die grüne Wolke. Den Kindern von Summerhill erzählt
  • Author: A.S. Neill
  • ISBN: 9783499130526
  • Page: 317
  • Format: None
  • The adventures of a group who survived a poisonous cloud that turned everyone else into stone.

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      • A.S. Neill

        Alexander Sutherland Neill was a Scottish progressive educator, author and founder of Summerhill school, which remains open and continues to follow his educational philosophy to this day He is best known as an advocate of personal freedom for children.


    762 Comments

    1. Gründe für das Buch:- sehr fantasievolle Geschichte - toll mit den Kommentaren nach jedem Kapitel - gute Auflockerung durch die Zeichnungen Gründe gegen das Buch:- die unterschiedlichen Charaktere kommen nicht so gut rüber, es ist doch häufig nur Neill und Kinder - manche Fehler sind drin die aber bei den Kommentaren schon selbst aufgedeckt werden- sehr viel nutzlose Schiesserei und Gewalt (was aber der Altersgruppe zum vorlesen ja auch gefällt)


    2. A treasure from my childhood.I have read and re-read it. Could probably read it again today and still love it.It is humoristic and interesting, raises good questions about how we live, why we do things, ethics, humanityThe book is divided into two parallell stories. There are the fiction chapters about the gang of kids who survive the green cloud that turns everyone into stone and after each chapter a dialogue between the teacher and the classroom children about what they just heard and what the [...]


    3. A treasure from my childhood.I have read and re-read it. Could probably read it again today and still love it.It is humoristic and interesting, raises good questions about how we live, why we do things, ethics, humanityThe book is divided into two parallell stories. There are the fiction chapters about the gang of kids who survive the green cloud that turns everyone into stone and after each chapter a dialogue between the teacher and the classroom children about what they just heard and what the [...]


    4. I have read this book in German many moons ago when I was still in school. I got inspired by one of my teachers and I loved the book. I don't own the book any more and I am considering buying it and reading it again - this time in English.


    5. I think I enjoyed this so much because the founder of Summerhill had written it. And I was fascinated by Summerhill School when I was an adolescent. But I think I actually enjoyed the Summerhill books and other non-fiction books about the theory & practice more. Pretty good story though.


    6. L'ho letto a circa venticinque anni, molto incuriosita dalla storia.Non ci ho capito nulla. Non ho alcun ricordo di ciò che è successo nel ibro, e ciò non depone a suo favore.Forse troppo didascalico.



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