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Read & Download Die Wilden Hühner é PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Abenteuer kann man doch nicht planen wie Ballett oder so was Die warten um die Ecke und zack plötzlich sind sie da erklärt Sprotte ihren Freundinnen Tatsächlich lässt das erste Abenteuer für ihre Mädchenbande DIE WILDEN HÜHNER nicht langDIE PYGMÄEN vier Jungs aus ihrer Klasse lassen nach einem Streit die Hühner von Sprottes Oma frei Das schreit natürlich nach Rach. Loved it as a child and ended up leading my very own wilde hühner suad

Die Wilden HühnerDIE PYGMÄEN vier Jungs aus ihrer Klasse lassen nach einem Streit die Hühner von Sprottes Oma frei Das schreit natürlich nach Rach. Loved it as a child and ended up leading my very own wilde hühner suad

Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Cornelia Funke

Die Wilden Hühner Ñ Ihren Freundinnen Tatsächlich lässt das erste Abenteuer für ihre Mädchenbande DIE WILDEN HÜHNER nicht lange auf sich warten Denn. I first read it when I was 8 years old in third grade It was after reading this that I fell in love with booksOverall the characters and the plot were very relatable back then because as a child I spent most of my time outdoors with friends We didn't have computers iPods and whatnot to keep us occupied That being said I'm not sure how well children today may relate but nonetheless it's well written and will definitely capture the interest of its intended audience A definite must read Pity it's not been translated from German into English Summary ´ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ Cornelia Funke

Cornelia Funke ☆ 5 Read & Download

Cornelia Funke ☆ 5 Read & Download Abenteuer kann man doch nicht planen wie Ballett oder so was Die warten um die Ecke und zack plötzlich sind sie da erklärt Sprotte. For the Reading Rush I decided to reread one of my favorite middle grade series – Die Wilden Hühner – so that I could rewatch their movie adaptations as well and complete all the 2019 reading challenges There are not many movies I like to rewatch I'm just not that big of a movie's person but I can never go wrong with Die Wilden Hühner This is one of those series that I read when I was around 10 years old and which I continued obsessing over for the rest of my teen years It's just so pure and cute revisiting that world as an adult is such a bliss Die Wilden Hühner is a five book series by the German legend Cornelia Funke It's your classic middle grade contemporary tale in a nutshell five girls initially just four become friends and decide to be a gang cliue might be the better word for it lol They call themselves the wild chickens because Sprotte is obsessed with these animals D The girls spent time with each other they pick on the boy cliue in their class who call themselves the Pygmies and they just do a lot of shenanigans As the series progresses themes like love trust and betrayal also start to play a role But in this first instalment the general tone is pretty light Sprotte is happy that she finally found friends and realises that things that used to scare her like facing off her her cranky grandmother are much easier when you are not alone and that playing a joke on the boys is much funnier when you have company and people who'll laugh along with you Frieda is Sprotte's best friend and in my humble opinion an icon She's very good hearted and caring Frieda has to babysit her little brother uite often To Sprotte's annoyance Frieda's older brother is never put on baby duty Melanie is the pretty one but it becomes clear very uickly that under her facade she is a loyal soul and very attentive as well Trude is rather shy and insecure due to her weight All four of these girls will forever have a space in my heart The adventure in this first tale – finding the treasure of Sprotte's grandma is really fun and brings the boys and girls together Nonetheless there are two things I didn't appreciate in this 1 there is a concerning amount of fat shaming going on when it comes to the characters of Trude and Steve I was shocked to discover that Trude is the only one who is constantly eating who is always looking longingly at food whose fingers are always dirty from chocolate stains at one point Melanie even says to her that her fingers look like she touched a pile of dog shit she has a melted chocolate bar in her jeans pockets so all in all she is just a walking stereotype and it got on my damn nerves Same goes for Steve who at one point is referred to as looking like a stuffed sausage and it just made me mad 2 I really hate how Cornelia dealt with the domestic abuse in this narrative I think it's great that she tried to incorporate heavier topics in this middle grade series that's so important but the way she has done it is very uestionable So basically one of the boys Willi is abused by his father to a point where he comes to school with a black eye What then happens is that the teacher confronts him in front of the whole class about it and when Willi reacts defensive says that she won't be able to help him if he won't let her The issue is never brought up again This is not how you deal with domestic abuse when you're a teacher and the abused person is a student of yours Unfortunately both problems don't really get resolved over the remainder of the series Sure Trude gains confidence as she grows older but she is still often reduced to her weight and Cornelia's description of her looks aren't nice at all Similarly the way Willi's father is handled in the series just gets worse and worse eg in the third book he actually hits Sprotte in the face on the schoolyard and NOTHING is done about it Sprotte's mother isn't even informed of the incident Like what But even though there are clearly issues with the series I still have a blast every time I read it So many cute moments that make me smile like Frieda proposing that the girls get matching tattoos lmao or hiding behind a water barrel as the boys stole the clothes of the girls I found it very interesting to see how much vulnerable Sprotte seems in the books than in the movies; in the books she is really upset that she's constantly alone her mom is a single parent and often at work and how her bad relationship to her grandma really gets to her Overall I think Cornelia did a fantastic job at capturing what it is like to be a kid