Paperback è Madeline PDF/EPUB Þ

Paperback è Madeline PDF/EPUB Þ


Madeline [Epub] ➛ Madeline ➠ Ludwig Bemelmans – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Madeline is one of the best loved characters in children's literature Set in picturesue Paris this tale of a brave little girl's trip to the hospital was a Caldecott Honor Book in 1940 and has as much Madeline is one of the best loved characters in children's literature Set in picturesue Paris this tale of a brave little girl's trip to the hospital was a Caldecott Honor Book in and has as much appeal today as it did then The combination of a spirited heroine timelessly appealing art cheerful humor and rhythmic text makes Madeline a perennial favorite with children of all ages.

  • Paperback
  • 44 pages
  • Madeline
  • Ludwig Bemelmans
  • English
  • 10 July 2015
  • 9780590133371

About the Author: Ludwig Bemelmans

Ludwig Bemelmans was an Austrian author an internationally known gourmand and a writer and illustrator of children's books He is most noted today for his Madeline books six of which were published from A seventh was discovered after his death and published posthumously in .



10 thoughts on “Madeline

  1. Alex Alex says:

    On a recent morning the grandmothers got into a contest who can remember of Madeline by heart They both did very well My wife and I are getting there Madeline means a lot to us partly because we grew up with it and partly because on our kid's stomach is also a scar his guts were like all in the wrong place or whatever so it has Special Meaning for us I'm the one on the left I know it's hard to tellBut also it means a lot to our kid who if you show him Madeline and any other book in the world will definitely pick Madeline and if you show him two different books he may very well just complain until you go get Madeline He loves this book and we don't know why He doesn't speak English and he's never been to Paris Maybe he likes that Joanne and I collapse in hysterics every time we get to the doctor dialing DAN ton ten six which by the way is also the name of our imaginary children's band but this is far from the only children's book that makes us collapse in hysterics We think he has an eye for design he also likes Charley Harper and Andy Warhol don't ask or go ahead and ask what do I care the answer is we're pretentious so maybe it's just those terrific evocative scribbles of Bemelmans' They're incredible right? This one is my favorite Notre Dame in rainWho cares why anyway this is his very first favorite book and he has impeccable taste so far Some day maybe he'll read it to his kid and he'll know it by heart too

  2. Trina (Between Chapters) Trina (Between Chapters) says:

    I read this for BookTubeAThon to fulfill the read a book older than you challenge I remember having and reading this book as a kid but now I'm kind of confused about what a kid would get out of the story I guess it's just fun with the pictures and rhymes but I didn't see much meaning other than copy your friends? Wish you have an illness to be one of the cool kids? I really have no idea how to rate this as an adult

  3. Calista Calista says:

    I missed this when I was adding old books I read so I got this book to re read to be sure I did read this as a child where I distinctly remember laughing over and over again at Madeline saying 'Pooh Pooh' to the tiger at the zoo Funny thing is both the kids laugh at that same line to this dayThis was a Newbery Honor book which shows you how awards boards can get things wrong This is still one of the most popular books and it should have won which is why they gave Madeline to the rescue the Medal when it came out to make up for their miss I assume A beloved classic of mine It's nice to share with a whole new generation Maybe this is where my France obsession came from probably a seed planted

  4. Sloan Sloan says:

    In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines Lived twelve little girls in two straight lines In two straight lines they broke their bread And brushed their teeth and went to bed They left the house at half past nine In two straight lines in rain or shine The smallest one was MadelineWho doesn't remember the first lines from the classic childrens book Madeline? As a young girl I adored this book I used to check it out of the library repeatedly until finally my mother gave in and bought me the books I wanted to be Madeline I think every young girl does This book is one of my favorites from childhood It's a classic that all children should get to enjoy especially mischievous little girlsGood night little girlsThank the Lord that you are wellAnd now go to sleep said Miss ClavelAnd she turned out the light and closed the door and that's all there is there isn't any

  5. Hilary Hilary says:

    My original review has disappeared This is an old favourite of both my children and one I absolutely loved reading myself This is a lovely story that has the feel of one that has been made up for someone in particular I wonder if Bemelmans had a young relative who experienced a ruptured appendix?We loved the drawings the black white and yellow ones uite slapdash and the sort of ones that give you confidence that you could have a go at this yourself and the wonderful scenes with colour that are misty and impressionistic We enjoyed the awkward and in places plain silly rhyming and we loved the setting of the school in FranceA wonderful bedtime story get your French Nun's accent ready A very fun read aloud

  6. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Now I only very very rarely consider an adaptation or a translation better than the original but I will absolutely and gladly have to make an exception to said general rule here For while I do and with all my heart adore Ludwig Bemelmans' expressive and detailed illustrations that simply shine and glow with the spirit of Paris with the spirit of both time and place of the many specific Parisian landmarks the same cannot unfortunately be said with regard to his accompanying verses which while indeed sweet and expressive often do seem to present rhyme schemes that read haltingly at best that appear as far from smooth And with this salient fact and personal annoyance in mind I have actually and yes for me rather surprisingly and intriguingly found this here 1985 French language translation of Madeline which in French appears as it should as Madeleine by Christian Poslaniec considerably better and above all lyrically polished than Bemelmans' at times rather annoyingly awkward original English language verses providing ALL the content of the latter but avoiding the at times woefully lacking rhyme scheme or rather using a rhyme scheme that is much humorously and tenderly poetic and above all less choppy and potentially frustrating And truly for me as an adult reader who never did read or had Madeline read to me as a child while the unevenness of the rhymes and the at times almost painful artificialness of the original does have the annoying tendency to feel rather majorly distracting and to the point of even making me feel a bit like an outsider looking in a bit disconnected from Madeline and her friends this has been utterly and yes very much fortunately avoided with and by Christian Poslaniec's brilliant and for me in all ways considerably lyrically masterful French language translation or perhaps one should call it an adaptation leaving nothing but unfettered complete joy and appreciation Thus I would and do actually and even gladly recommend the French translation Madeleine above and beyond Ludwig Bemelmans' original but with the caveat that the text that Christian Poslaniec's words indeed do appear entirely in French and while not in any way overly difficult and overly involved an elementary fluency especially with regard to vocabulary and verb forms is nevertheless both suggested and reuired Five intensely and forever glowing stars and yes definitely a considerably higher ranking than what I granted to the original

  7. Stacey B Stacey B says:

    I SHOCKED MY MOTHER My mother just gave me a box filled with many of the books she used to read to me as a childMadeline was one of my most favorites which happened to be lying on the topLooking at it so many years later I cant believe what happenedAs my mother was asking where we should store the box I said Mom watch thisand I preceded to recite the whole book to her by memory She was uite impressed as was IAnd in that one special moment my mother said Stacey why couldn't you have done this with your books in school??

  8. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Although I absolutely adore authorillustrator Ludwig Bemelmans' expressive and detailed illustrations that simply shine and glow with the spirit of Paris with the spirit of both time and place the accompanying narrative and especially the rhyme schemes are at times rather majorly choppy and anything but smooth And truly for me as an adult reader who never did read of have Madeline read to me as a child the unevenness of the rhymes and their at times almost painful artificialness this does tend to feel rather distracting and to the point of even making me feel a bit on the outside looking in a bit disconnected from Madeline and her friends That being all said the intended audience younger children might well not even notice or care all that much about these textual issues and considering the lasting popularity and high general star ratings of Madeline I also do realise that I am obviously uite the minority here but while I do feel a bit guilty at my now three star rating I stand by it However I have indeed enjoyed the little scene where the other orphans are jealous of Madeline on account of all the attention she receives because of her appendicitis as it reminds me of when my brother got his appendix out and my little sister acted rather similarly also claiming to have a stomach ache also insisting on going to the hospital and this little bit of sweet nostalgia has almost made me consider a four star instead of a three star rating for Madeline definitely a high three star rating but nevertheless still not uite four stars as the choppiness of the rhyming seuences and the at times awkward verses do bother my sense of poetic aesthetics rather a lot

  9. Candace Robinson Candace Robinson says:

    Geez I love this book Wonderfully illustrated and it still gives me such feels

  10. Selene Selene says:

    BookTube A Thon Challenge #1 Read a book with yellow ok the coverBookTube A Thon Challenge #5 Read a book that is older than you

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10 thoughts on “Madeline

  1. Alex Alex says:

    On a recent morning the grandmothers got into a contest who can remember of Madeline by heart They both did very well My wife and I are getting there Madeline means a lot to us partly because we grew up with it and partly because on our kid's stomach is also a scar his guts were like all in the wrong place or whatever so it has Special Meaning for us I'm the one on the left I know it's hard to tellBut also it means a lot to our kid who if you show him Madeline and any other book in the world will definitely pick Madeline and if you show him two different books he may very well just complain until you go get Madeline He loves this book and we don't know why He doesn't speak English and he's never been to Paris Maybe he likes that Joanne and I collapse in hysterics every time we get to the doctor dialing DAN ton ten six which by the way is also the name of our imaginary children's band but this is far from the only children's book that makes us collapse in hysterics We think he has an eye for design he also likes Charley Harper and Andy Warhol don't ask or go ahead and ask what do I care the answer is we're pretentious so maybe it's just those terrific evocative scribbles of Bemelmans' They're incredible right? This one is my favorite Notre Dame in rainWho cares why anyway this is his very first favorite book and he has impeccable taste so far Some day maybe he'll read it to his kid and he'll know it by heart too

  2. Trina (Between Chapters) Trina (Between Chapters) says:

    I read this for BookTubeAThon to fulfill the read a book older than you challenge I remember having and reading this book as a kid but now I'm kind of confused about what a kid would get out of the story I guess it's just fun with the pictures and rhymes but I didn't see much meaning other than copy your friends? Wish you have an illness to be one of the cool kids? I really have no idea how to rate this as an adult

  3. Calista Calista says:

    I missed this when I was adding old books I read so I got this book to re read to be sure I did read this as a child where I distinctly remember laughing over and over again at Madeline saying 'Pooh Pooh' to the tiger at the zoo Funny thing is both the kids laugh at that same line to this dayThis was a Newbery Honor book which shows you how awards boards can get things wrong This is still one of the most popular books and it should have won which is why they gave Madeline to the rescue the Medal when it came out to make up for their miss I assume A beloved classic of mine It's nice to share with a whole new generation Maybe this is where my France obsession came from probably a seed planted

  4. Sloan Sloan says:

    In an old house in Paris that was covered with vines Lived twelve little girls in two straight lines In two straight lines they broke their bread And brushed their teeth and went to bed They left the house at half past nine In two straight lines in rain or shine The smallest one was MadelineWho doesn't remember the first lines from the classic childrens book Madeline? As a young girl I adored this book I used to check it out of the library repeatedly until finally my mother gave in and bought me the books I wanted to be Madeline I think every young girl does This book is one of my favorites from childhood It's a classic that all children should get to enjoy especially mischievous little girlsGood night little girlsThank the Lord that you are wellAnd now go to sleep said Miss ClavelAnd she turned out the light and closed the door and that's all there is there isn't any

  5. Hilary Hilary says:

    My original review has disappeared This is an old favourite of both my children and one I absolutely loved reading myself This is a lovely story that has the feel of one that has been made up for someone in particular I wonder if Bemelmans had a young relative who experienced a ruptured appendix?We loved the drawings the black white and yellow ones uite slapdash and the sort of ones that give you confidence that you could have a go at this yourself and the wonderful scenes with colour that are misty and impressionistic We enjoyed the awkward and in places plain silly rhyming and we loved the setting of the school in FranceA wonderful bedtime story get your French Nun's accent ready A very fun read aloud

  6. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Now I only very very rarely consider an adaptation or a translation better than the original but I will absolutely and gladly have to make an exception to said general rule here For while I do and with all my heart adore Ludwig Bemelmans' expressive and detailed illustrations that simply shine and glow with the spirit of Paris with the spirit of both time and place of the many specific Parisian landmarks the same cannot unfortunately be said with regard to his accompanying verses which while indeed sweet and expressive often do seem to present rhyme schemes that read haltingly at best that appear as far from smooth And with this salient fact and personal annoyance in mind I have actually and yes for me rather surprisingly and intriguingly found this here 1985 French language translation of Madeline which in French appears as it should as Madeleine by Christian Poslaniec considerably better and above all lyrically polished than Bemelmans' at times rather annoyingly awkward original English language verses providing ALL the content of the latter but avoiding the at times woefully lacking rhyme scheme or rather using a rhyme scheme that is much humorously and tenderly poetic and above all less choppy and potentially frustrating And truly for me as an adult reader who never did read or had Madeline read to me as a child while the unevenness of the rhymes and the at times almost painful artificialness of the original does have the annoying tendency to feel rather majorly distracting and to the point of even making me feel a bit like an outsider looking in a bit disconnected from Madeline and her friends this has been utterly and yes very much fortunately avoided with and by Christian Poslaniec's brilliant and for me in all ways considerably lyrically masterful French language translation or perhaps one should call it an adaptation leaving nothing but unfettered complete joy and appreciation Thus I would and do actually and even gladly recommend the French translation Madeleine above and beyond Ludwig Bemelmans' original but with the caveat that the text that Christian Poslaniec's words indeed do appear entirely in French and while not in any way overly difficult and overly involved an elementary fluency especially with regard to vocabulary and verb forms is nevertheless both suggested and reuired Five intensely and forever glowing stars and yes definitely a considerably higher ranking than what I granted to the original

  7. Stacey B Stacey B says:

    I SHOCKED MY MOTHER My mother just gave me a box filled with many of the books she used to read to me as a childMadeline was one of my most favorites which happened to be lying on the topLooking at it so many years later I cant believe what happenedAs my mother was asking where we should store the box I said Mom watch thisand I preceded to recite the whole book to her by memory She was uite impressed as was IAnd in that one special moment my mother said Stacey why couldn't you have done this with your books in school??

  8. Manybooks Manybooks says:

    Although I absolutely adore authorillustrator Ludwig Bemelmans' expressive and detailed illustrations that simply shine and glow with the spirit of Paris with the spirit of both time and place the accompanying narrative and especially the rhyme schemes are at times rather majorly choppy and anything but smooth And truly for me as an adult reader who never did read of have Madeline read to me as a child the unevenness of the rhymes and their at times almost painful artificialness this does tend to feel rather distracting and to the point of even making me feel a bit on the outside looking in a bit disconnected from Madeline and her friends That being all said the intended audience younger children might well not even notice or care all that much about these textual issues and considering the lasting popularity and high general star ratings of Madeline I also do realise that I am obviously uite the minority here but while I do feel a bit guilty at my now three star rating I stand by it However I have indeed enjoyed the little scene where the other orphans are jealous of Madeline on account of all the attention she receives because of her appendicitis as it reminds me of when my brother got his appendix out and my little sister acted rather similarly also claiming to have a stomach ache also insisting on going to the hospital and this little bit of sweet nostalgia has almost made me consider a four star instead of a three star rating for Madeline definitely a high three star rating but nevertheless still not uite four stars as the choppiness of the rhyming seuences and the at times awkward verses do bother my sense of poetic aesthetics rather a lot

  9. Candace Robinson Candace Robinson says:

    Geez I love this book Wonderfully illustrated and it still gives me such feels

  10. Selene Selene says:

    BookTube A Thon Challenge #1 Read a book with yellow ok the coverBookTube A Thon Challenge #5 Read a book that is older than you

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