Herman (2019)

Herman Lars Saabye Christensen Steven Michael Nordby Herman Eleven year old Herman is not that different from other boys except that he is going bald Presented with this dilemma Herman uses his fertile imagination and comical viewpoint on life to navigate thr
  • Title: Herman
  • Author: Lars Saabye Christensen Steven Michael Nordby
  • ISBN: 9781905147007
  • Page: 156
  • Format: Paperback
Herman Lars Saabye Christensen Steven Michael Nordby Eleven year old Herman is not that different from other boys except that he is going bald Presented with this dilemma, Herman uses his fertile imagination and comical viewpoint on life to navigate through the rough seas commonly known as growing up In the process, he teaches everyone something about friendship, courage, acceptance, and love Sometimes in the smallest oEleven year old Herman is not that different from other boys except that he is going bald Presented with this dilemma, Herman uses his fertile imagination and comical viewpoint on life to navigate through the rough seas commonly known as growing up In the process, he teaches everyone something about friendship, courage, acceptance, and love Sometimes in the smallest of boys there beats the biggest of hearts.
Herman Lars Saabye Christensen Steven Michael Nordby

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One thought on “Herman

  1. metaphor

    He has this feeling deep inside so deep that he has barely been there before that something is gone, that something is ended, or is beginning.

  2. Annabel

    Herman is geschreven in dezelfde innemende onschuldige stijl waar Lars Saabye Christensen om bekend staat De wereld in het verhaal wordt gemaakt van objecten in plaats van idee n, en dingen die er vreemd uitzien terwijl ze normaal zijn Dit klinkt heel verwarrend maar als je het boek leest is dit de perfecte omschrijving De toon is redelijk van deze tijd een modern verhaal dus.Herman de hoofdpersoon in het verhaal is een 11 jarige jongen die lijdt aan plotselinge en onverklaarbare haaruitval Herm [...]

  3. Irad

    Herman By Lars Saabye Christensen In the book we meet a character who named Herman, Herman is eleven years old.In the beginning of the book we discover that he did a medicine border because he started to lose his hair.After Herman lost his hair he was ashamed to go to school, he thought everyone will laugh at him when they will see him.He put a cape on his head and went to school, in school suddenly everyone wants to play with him and be with him, he thought that everyone felt sorry for him beca [...]

  4. Chana

    A young boy loses his hair and faces his fears Written in a fantastical and whimsical way that didn t always appeal to me, but sometimes struck me as the best way that one could describe things Small sample, Mother s nightgown is red with yellow dots, she looks like a huge ladybug Herman begins counting the dots for then he can find out how old he is Now Father is there too His pajamas are yellow with red dots He looks like a serious outbreak of the measles OK, it is a strange book but has charm [...]

  5. Annett

    A beautiful story about an eleven year old boy who slowly but inexorably loses his hair I don t find the translation altogether congenial but it still brings across the fear, anger and other emotions Herman sees himself confronted with By his classmates, his teachers, red haired Ruby and, most of all, his parents He needs to come to terms with the fact that people feel pity for him and it is sometimes heart breaking to read about his struggle But in the end.

  6. Steph

    Herman is a sensitive eleven year old boy with alopecia areata and a quirky imagination With his sincerity and wit, Herman had my heart by the end of the first chapter Are you eating leaves Ruby asks Once in awhile You re the only one I know who eats leaves Then you don t know many This is a charming, classic Norwegian story about childhood that is sure to make you smile.

  7. Alessandro Margheriti

    La storia di questo bambino malato a cui non gliene va bene una raccontata con una prosa ineccepibile, mette in evidenza il candore del protagonista con le sue mille domande a cui cerca di dare improbabili risposte Per davvero, questo libro non poteva essere pi triste di cos.

  8. Dorly

    Once again Christensen explores childhood How complicated an ordinary life can be, and how love and patience put all the pieces back together in the end.This story reminded me once why children should always show great forbearance toward grown up people.

  9. Brynhildur Stefánsdóttir

    essi b k er isleg, mannlegt l f barns samf lagi, me virkni samf lags og hvernig barn tekst vi a a skera sit r h pnum og notar myndunarafli stundum hlaupa me sig g nur Sagan er s g barnam li og ess vegna ver a hrifin svo mikil af lestrinum

  10. Lucitana

    It didn t move me as much as Model or Half brother did but he stays my favourite author Herman is a simple story, reading just for pleasure without need to think about what you are actually reading.

  11. Kelda

    I read a Norwegian edition of this book A surprisingly humorous and touching account of a young boy loosing his hair.

  12. Diana

    A short novel about a boy who loses his hair It seems to be aimed at young adults but I loved it too The beauty of it is in how Herman copes with his problem by using his huge imagination.

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