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Get this from a library! Heidi grows up. [Charles Tritten; Johanna Spyri] -- Heidi, sent to boarding school in Lausanne to continue her education, dreams of. Heidi grows up by Charles Tritten, , Grosset & Dunlap edition, in English. Sequel to Heidi, by Johanna Spyri. cf. Foreword Heidi, sent to boarding school in Lausanne to continue her education, dreams of returning to her village to teach.
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The description of her visit home to the mountains and her friendship with Jamy and her relationship with Grandfather were wonderful, we enjoyed the way Heidi slipped back into the life she loved and we enjoyed discovering the goats personality quirks. The book then fast forwarded to Heidi finishing school and coming back to the village to teach. The storyline about Chel went on a bit and took up most of the second half of the book.
I felt the message that although Chel was guilty off one thing, doesn't mean he's done another was told in a very heavy handed way, although perhaps at the time this was a new idea and not as obvious as it seems to a reader today. We appreciated the fact that Peter, on learning one of the male goats he looks after is to be sent to the butcher, uses his hard earned money to rescue him to keep as a companion. We did enjoy this but the first half of the book was much stronger than the second.
View 2 comments. Oct 09, Rebecca McNutt rated it really liked it Shelves: I had absolutely no idea that there was a second Heidi novel until a few weeks ago. While not as great as the first, I still really enjoyed reading this one, in which an older Heidi faces aloof classmates who consider her a backwoods hillbilly, and how she proves that she has a place in her new school.
View all 3 comments. Aug 23, Cherice rated it it was amazing. The day my twins started sleeping in separate rooms felt sad. Likewise, the day I had to start reading aloud to them separately felt sad as well.
But it's natural of course that their interests steer different directions. While Austin listened to the complete book of "Heidi", he wasn't going to sit through "Heidi Grows Up"! Ashlyn couldn't wait Although not written by original author Spyri, t The day my twins started sleeping in separate rooms felt sad. Although not written by original author Spyri, this author continues with the same charm and depth of the original characters. Without the translation, the words seem to flow a bit more naturally.
And Ashlyn and I especially loved reading from the very same book her grandmother my mom had read when she was same age as Ashlyn. Every image from my childhood of Heidi on the mountain with the grandfather returns as I read with my own daughter. That safe-snuggly-picturing-a-new-world-built-by-words, feeling, never changes.
May 08, Luisa Knight rated it liked it Shelves: A sweet and enjoyable read! It was a nice follow up and I enjoyed seeing another scene of Heidi's youth and then particularly when she's a young woman, teaching in her dear little village of Dorfli. This book was just as sweet and full of moral nobleness as the first one, though in some situations, particularly with a ragamuffin orphan, it was perhaps handled a little too simplistically and naively. I also would have liked to see a clearer transition from friendship to romance spring up between H A sweet and enjoyable read!
I also would have liked to see a clearer transition from friendship to romance spring up between Heidi and Peter. Any reader would have rightly guessed that they would get married, but I felt like Spyri assumed their romance, wrote an abrupt wedding scene and therefore gipped the reader. Hence the three stars instead of four. Girls tease Heidi for having strong, country cheese. For a minute she wishes to throw it out the window but then remembers her grandfather made it with love for her.
Fairies and folktales are mentioned. A boy and girl hug. Someone smokes a pipe. A young man and woman hold hands while hiking; they later hug and kiss.
Mar 15, Janice Bolick rated it it was amazing. Read years ago. Sorry I didn't keep the book Yes, I read and enjoy my share of children's books, so the fact that this book is very much for children is not why it took me out of my reading comfort zone. Can't say I've ever been the biggest proponent of sequels written by people other than the authors of the preceding books. The sentiment is like, "Dear Sir or Madam, I know you've got your own ideas about where you wish the original author's story would go, as countless readers do.
But you're simply not the author, and this simply isn't you Yes, I read and enjoy my share of children's books, so the fact that this book is very much for children is not why it took me out of my reading comfort zone. But you're simply not the author, and this simply isn't your story to take over, especially not to the extent of a whole additional book.
More or less. Heidi Grows Up is a pleasant "Hello, again! I'm glad another Goodreads member recommended this book to me. I may have to go on to read the final book of the series one day, just to round it all out. I did not own the book Heidi when I was young. I owned this instead - Heidi Grows Up. Not as good. I used to pick it up, wish it was Heidi, but start trying to read it anyway.
Heidi Grows Up is a sequel to the classic Heidi, though written by a different author. I think that since the author, Charles Tritten, was a translator of the original Heidi, that did have a good handle on the characters that he adopted. It shows in this wonderful novel, and I would say he carried out his plan beautifully until the end.
The last chapter or two are very rushed, the events come out of almost nowhere, and these thoughts are tacked on to the end as if the author realized he hadn't s Heidi Grows Up is a sequel to the classic Heidi, though written by a different author. The last chapter or two are very rushed, the events come out of almost nowhere, and these thoughts are tacked on to the end as if the author realized he hadn't said all he wanted to say in what was a wonderfully told story to that point.
Young Heidi must go off to school to continue her education, because the new schoolmaster in Dorfli is quite unreasonable.
She leaves her grandfather and the good doctor during the year, coming home to visit on her school breaks. She gets along well wherever she goes, even when she encounters strife, just as Heidi always has. She finds lost souls and does her best to help them find themselves, beginning with a young girl Jamy who befriends her at the new school.
And yet Heidi is still searching for her purpose. She believes it is to become a teacher in Dorfli, and so she sets her mind to this task.
Follow Heidi on her journey towards adulthood, and see what good she does for all those who surround her, in this well deserved sequel to Heidi.