Ookeani kutse (2020)

Ookeani kutse Jean-Claude Mourlevat Indrek Koff Ookeani kutse hel tormisel l ratab v ike Yann oma kuus vanemat venda ja kutsub nad endaga kaasa kodust ja v givaldse isa eest p genema K hklemata j rgnevad poisid oma tummale v ikevennale pimedusse Nii algab m stil
  • Title: Ookeani kutse
  • Author: Jean-Claude Mourlevat Indrek Koff
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  • Page: 402
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Ookeani kutse Jean-Claude Mourlevat Indrek Koff hel tormisel l ratab v ike Yann oma kuus vanemat venda ja kutsub nad endaga kaasa kodust ja v givaldse isa eest p genema K hklemata j rgnevad poisid oma tummale v ikevennale pimedusse Nii algab m stiline teekond ookeani rde ja unustamatu lugu vennaarmastusest.Jean Claude Mourlevat on ks silmapaistvamaid prantsuse lastekirjanikke, keda on tunnustatud prestii ika hel tormisel l ratab v ike Yann oma kuus vanemat venda ja kutsub nad endaga kaasa kodust ja v givaldse isa eest p genema K hklemata j rgnevad poisid oma tummale v ikevennale pimedusse Nii algab m stiline teekond ookeani rde ja unustamatu lugu vennaarmastusest.Jean Claude Mourlevat on ks silmapaistvamaid prantsuse lastekirjanikke, keda on tunnustatud prestii ika Prix Sorci res auhinnaga ja nomineeritud H C Anderseni preemiale.
Ookeani kutse Jean-Claude Mourlevat Indrek Koff

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  1. K.D. Absolutely

    I was misty eyed in a couple of times while reading this book Sometimes, it is a nice to just let yourself be taken for a ride by what you read But what s surprising even of me is that this is just a simple children s book I would expect me to be deeply touched by a biography or by a semi autobiographical book but not by a children s book Maybe I was just tired or something but this book made me squirt some liquids from my eyes.This is a retelling of Tom Thumb, a character of English folklore da [...]

  2. Markus

    What a beautiful unexpected read this was The story was written in a very unique way, every chapter was told from a different perspective and included everyone who this strange group of boys encountered on their way It was a very unsettling and abrupt book, I can t even deal with the ending I don t even feel sure about my rating, the ending was something I couldn t even think to expect The brothers who this book follows are wonderful and so was the concept of this story I still cannot get over t [...]

  3. Sheila

    Yes, I m an adult who reads children s books like Mourlevat s The Pull of the Ocean I can t help it As a kid, I ve only read Disney classics sent directly by my aunties from the States, the Ladybird books available at the biggest bookstore chain The Princess and the Pea was my favorite , The Sweet Valley Twins series loaned to me by a school friend, and a mysterious hardbound book of obscure fairy tales that might have been stolen from a library I know Hans Christian Andersen s Thumbelina, but I [...]

  4. Logan Matthiesen

    The Pull of the OceanWritten by Jean Claude MourlevatPublished by Delacorte PressCopyright Year 2006190 Pages 13.95ISBN 0 385 73348 8Reading Level ages 11 13This book gets a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5Never judge a book by its cover The Pull of the Ocean tells a story about not judging a book by its cover but with humans In this book there is a midget and he is mute People think small of him, but he is actually a genius He and his seven brothers run away from home because they hear their dad th [...]

  5. Brenda Wells

    Wow I loved this It was a very quick read, perfect for a travel day less than 200 pages But I m not confident enough that OTHER people will love it like I do In fact, as much as I loved it, I m not sure there s anyone I d recommend it to.I think part of the draw for me was that even though there was no hint of magic at all, there was somehow a feeling that Yann could be That he might sprout wings like in some magical realism short story I know people read reviews to figure out if it s something [...]

  6. Jiwon Han

    The pull of the ocean is about the twins who want to be live.One day, 3twins decided to go to the ocean from their parents, because John heard that their parents trying to kill them They got the train and that smart guys stole tickets to ride However, they were hungry,and poor Even one was wearing women shoes They had a bad smell too At the train, one women saw everything, even John stealing tickets, but she didn t tell to people They could arrive near by ocean They went to a house, and they had [...]

  7. Keri Daskam

    I found this book at the 0.25 table at the library It was a short story for grownups, though I think it would be engaging for all ages It was 190 pages, but easily finished in a day The book is an award winner of the French Prix Sorcieres and there s no mistaking that French literary touch The story mirrors the tale of Tom Thumb, seven brothers running away from home, eventually encountering an ogre Full of lyric storytelling from many different points of view, this book moves well along it s o [...]

  8. David

    I have not read a juvenile book that has impressed me like this one has in so long The themes are incredibly adult, but put into the structure and perspective of a child I would venture to say that this book is like Lois Lowry s The Willoughbys, except written by Stephen King The characters have depth and credibilityeven the most cruel An incredible spin on Tom Thumb, but set into a contemporary analysis of society and how we treat our lowest.

  9. Kevin valdez Garcia

    I think that this book is really good It talks about a kid named John and he has 6 brother all tweens and he and his brothers run away from their home but I didn t like that John had abandone his brother when they got caught and just run away by himself, an what about his brothers and his parents

  10. Margaret

    this book was everything i wanted a fairy tale retelling, the ocean, kids in charge, astonishingly open endings.

  11. Hanane

    A ce moment l , j ai su qu on s en sortirait Malgr le froid, malgr la nuit, malgr la peur, malgr tout et tout, on s en sortirait.

  12. Samantha

    Jean Claude MourlevatL Enfant Oc anAvec une pr face de l AuteurStuttgart Edition Reclam Fremdsprachentexte167 pagesPrix 5.20 ISBN 978 3 15 009117 3 IntroductionL enfant Oc an m apparaissait le titre parfait pour ma lecture de vacances, compte tenu du fait que je n avais rien lire, que ce titre avec deux mots presque antith tiques me captivait et que l id e de me retrouver lisant au bord de la mer, m me si c tait la M diterran e, m intriguait Bien, je n avais pas aucune intention de choisir ce li [...]

  13. Philippe

    Critique du livre L enfant Oc an de Jean Claude MourlevatContenuLe petit livre Reclam de Jean Claude Mourlevat raconte l histoire ou il vaut mieux dire l aventure na ve des sept fr res Doutreleau qui quittent en pleine nuit la maison paternelle en direction de l Oc an Atlantique Pouss s cause d un d marche brutal par les parents que Yann, le plus petit des sept fr res, a cout aux portes, les enfants se mettent en route la m me nuit coup de plusieurs personnes innocentes comme le chauffeur routie [...]

  14. Casle

    Very nice story about a French little person, Yann, with 6 brothers, 3 sets of twins Yann overhears his parents talk about killing all seven and thinks it means all 7 boys So they run away.Each chapter is narrated by one of the boys or their parents or people who come across them on their journey Not for all kids Takes a sensitivity.

  15. Alexis Holmes

    I was surprised with how much I really enjoyed this book I loved the way it was written and enjoyed the different perspectives given through out I wished that there was information about what happens to the main character instead of the vague ending given but it was still a neat journey to be on with the characters.

  16. Saoirse

    Un petit roman jeunesse surprenant, c est une version revisit e du Petit Poucet J ai beaucoup aim le principe narratif qui donne la parole tous les personnages plus ou moins impliqu s dans l histoire.La derni re partie est vraiment effrayante

  17. L12_sarah

    The Pull of the Oceanis not your typical children s book Its somber story seems reminiscent ofLemony Snickett s A Series of Unfortunate Events , but ultimately lacks the same charm The plot is rather bleak The Doutreleau family has seven boys twins Remy and Fabien, twins Pierre and Paul, twins Max and Victor, and the singular, Yann, who is both a dwarf and mute The Doutreleau family is poor, and it is suggested that Mr Doutreleau is abusive and his wife, Mrs Doutreleau, cold and harsh, though oc [...]

  18. Jill Wolosonovich

    A The Pull of the Ocean The author immediately pulled me into the story with the first chapter A social worker returning a child to his home where it is insinuated that he is abused by his parents At the same time, I m given the impression that he was killed by his parents I m one of the last people who saw Yann and But there was no next day With each chapter, the author builds on the horrific conditions of Yann s life mother saying, He hasn t looked well in ten years He does that to piss us off [...]

  19. Sarah Sindorf

    Resenha do blog Sincerando, escrita por Sarah Sindorf Yann tem seis irm os mais velhos, tr s pares g meos, e extremamente perspicaz e inteligente Entretanto, ele pequeno demais Em uma noite chuvosa, os sete fogem de casa, e saem em busca do mar A viagem e seu motivo tomam uma propor o maior do que imaginavam e pode mudar tudo o que conhecem Nesta reinterpreta o moderna do cl ssico O Pequeno Polegar, de Charles Perrault, Jean Claude Mourlevat, finalista do Pr mio Hans Christian Andersen em 2012, [...]

  20. Logan Matthiesen

    The Pull of the OceanWritten by Jean Claude MourlevatPublished by Delacorte PressCopyright Year 2006190 Pages 13.95ISBN 0 385 73348 8Reading Level ages 11 13This book gets a rating of 4.5 stars out of 5Never judge a book by its cover The Pull of the Ocean tells a story about not judging a book by its cover but with humans In this book there is a midget and he is mute People think small of him, but he is actually a genius He and his seven brothers run away from home because they hear their dad th [...]

  21. Leanna

    I just finished reading Jean Claude Mourlevat s The Pull of the Ocean, and I am struggling with what to write about it.Yann, the main character, is described in the book as a ten year old dwarf or midget He has six older brothers three sets of twins and does not speak, yet he is the ringleader of the group On Yann s say, the seven boys run away from home, but it isn t until the very end that we actually hear from Yann and his reasons for leaving are revealed.The young adult book a translation fr [...]

  22. nicole

    What a funny recommendation, Deb Probably the most depressing children s book I ve ever read Or is it young adult I don t know, but only give this to middle readers you attend to scare the begeezus out of It s definitely interesting to discuss as a fairy tale combines elements of Tom Thumb, Hansel Gretel, and probably others , but I found it terrifying in the sort of way that A Child Called It scares me, rather than scary fascinating in the way that Hansel and Gretel made me feel as a kid Even w [...]

  23. Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Carrie Spellman for TeensReadTooYann is the seventh son, and the only one born alone His six older brothers are three sets of twins Yann has never really grown and he doesn t speak Oddly, he communicates to his brothers much accurately than they do to each other When he wakes them up one night, explaining wordlessly that their father plans to harm them, they follow him without question Their journey is to the ocean, a place where they all anticipate feeling safe With nothing but the [...]

  24. Maria

    The very first line in The Pull of the Ocean by Jean Claude Mourlevat immediately grabs the reader s attention I m one of the last people who saw Yann Doutreleau alive From this point on, the story slowly unfolds with each narrative account from Yann s brothers, his parents and each witness whom they encounter on their grueling journey Each narrative moves the story forward a piece at a time in a logical manner as it leads up to the climax and the conclusion of the story which, has an unexpected [...]

  25. Stacy268

    This is why I love visiting the public library This little gem of a book leaped off the shelves into my heart.Yann Doutreleau is dragged home by Nathalie a social worker with the best intentions He doesn t speak, at least not with words, so most people do not understand his wants and needs His older brothers three sets of twins tell the social worker that Yann s father threw his book bag down the well.Upon arrival at the rundown homestead and meeting Yann s mother, Nathalie realizes that she has [...]

  26. Kaylee

    This is one of my favorite books from my middle school reading list I had picked it up at my middle school library because I was intrigued the title, then the novel itself.Have you ever read Tom s Thumb Well I have not but if you have you will quickly recognize the modern retelling of the fable.There are seven children in the Doutreleau family, three sets of twins, Remy and Fabien, Pierre and Paul, Victor and Max, as well as the youngest boy, Yann Their ages are fourteen, thirteen, eleven and te [...]

  27. Kimberly

    This book was written in French and translated into English He is 10 years old and the size of a toddler, but considered by all his brothers to be very wise He tells his brothers they must leave home because their parents are planning to harm them They believe him and he leads them on a journey to the sea The Pull of the Ocean is told from the viewpoints of Yann s brothers and many others who encounter the 7 on their way to the sea We do not hear from Yann until the end of the story The differen [...]

  28. Mary Huyett

    This book is about a family of brothers that includes three sets of twins, and an unusually small 10 year old boy Yann is his name The parents of these children are abusive, and so Yann decides to lead his brothers away from the violent environment and towards the ocean Each chapter is the perspective of those who see the unusual travelers making their journey towards the ocean Many of the people who observe the boys are kind and helpful Yann, although the smallest and youngest of his brothers, [...]

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