Danny, mistr světa

Danny mistr sv ta Kniha pro d ti od mistra ern ho humoru Danny m sv ho tat nka nadev e r d ale hluboce ho zas hne kdy se dozv e otec je na t ru se z konem I dosp l n kdy poru uj pravidla ale Danny je hluboce p esv

  • Title: Danny, mistr světa
  • Author: Roald Dahl Jaroslav Kořán Lubomír Anlauf
  • ISBN: 1384190
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Kniha pro d ti od mistra ern ho humoru Danny m sv ho tat nka nadev e r d, ale hluboce ho zas hne, kdy se dozv , e otec je na t ru se z konem I dosp l n kdy poru uj pravidla, ale Danny je hluboce p esv d en, e tat nek je laskav , dobr a chytr lov k, kter m spoustu asn ch n pad A tak spolu s n m vymysl neuv iteln sm l a nebezpe n pl n

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    1. Oddly to some, this still stands as my favorite Roald Dahl book. It's hard for me to pinpoint why, since it's my opinion and I hate examining my opinions too closely, but to take a swing at it:It's one of the least zany of Dahl's books, which ultimately gives it staying power. With many of his other works, you get caught up in the wacky characters, situations, and goings ons and it's hard to take them as seriously once you get a little bit older and gain a little bit of sophistication. However, [...]

    2. How well do you know your parents?Nine-year-old Danny always lived with just his dad in their cozy gypsy caravan. He thought he knew everything about his father, until one day he wakes up in the middle of the night to find out that his father missing. His father - his honorable, wonderful and loving father - has a very, very huge secret. One that will throw their lives into complete chaos.I will not pretend I wasn't petrified. I was. But mixed in with the awful fear was a glorious feeling of exc [...]

    3. I am currently trying to read all of Roald Dahl's books this year. I want to start off letting you know where I stand. This book did not impress me. After reading sooo many of Roald Dahl's books this year, this book was a let down. There wasn't a lot to the plot and it became very boring at moments. If this book wasn't so short it probably would have been a DNF for me. This book also wasn't creative. The main character was very similar to the main character in George's Marvelous Medicine, they m [...]

    4. Dahl continues with his wonderful children's stories, telling one that has a realistic flavour to it, sure to appeal to the masses. After the death of his mother as an infant, Danny is left to live with his father. Together, they forge a bond so close that no one can come between them. Living in a small caravan out back of the service station he owns, William raises Danny the best he can. One night, Danny wakes to find his father is not in the upper bunk bed and panics, but soon locates him stro [...]

    5. "Danny the Champion of the World", like most of Roald's work, can be seen in two different ways. Danny, 10 years old, lives with his father in gypsy caravan behind a filling station in rural England. His father is a mechanic and teaches Danny very early how to rebuild engines and be a brilliant mechanic. But his father has another hobby that was secret to Danny. When Danny finds out about it, his father brings him along. Family bonding, much happiness. Very sweet book.Or it could be the tale of [...]

    6. Simply brilliant. Read this at school back in the 1980's. What a wonderful mind Ronald Dahl had. I remember how I envied Danny when he got to drive the vehicle. This was adapted into a film with Jeremy Irons I think. Film was good too🐯👍.

    7. Before the dystopian hit The Road, there was another father-son relationship hit, but for another audience altogether.This funny, witty and charming children's novel is a pleasure to read.Danny the Champion of the World is a win for the working class. Danny loves life and sees the riches in it rather than his poverty stricken surroundings. The objective reality is that they live in a caravan and just scrape by with the barest essentials, yet through the eyes of Danny, life is splendid: he's a me [...]

    8. This post is part of the 2015 Classics Challenge."A stodgy parent is no fun at all. What a child wants and deserves is a parent who is SPARKY".Danny thinks his dad is the most marvellous and exciting father a boy could wish for. Life is happy and peaceful in their gipsy caravan, until one day Danny discovers his dad has been breaking the law. What's more, soon Danny has to join his father as they attempt to pull off a daring and devilish plot against their horrible, greedy neighbour, Mr Victor H [...]

    9. I got this book in 1988, when I was eight or nine years old, and it was a dear favourite of mine. The story of Danny and his fantastic dad, and their life in the old gypsy caravan by the petrol pumps and garage - it was at once a whole new other world, and something very near and dear to me.Danny is raised by his dad, a mechanic and Danny's hero. They live in a colourful wooden caravan under a large apple tree, serving petrol and fixing cars. Danny's father teaches him all about cars and how to [...]

    10. For the record, this was not my favorite Roald Dahl book. Something about the poaching seemed a little less "Robin Hood" and a little more Uh "sour grapes" than what I was hoping for. But whatever. It was still good.And, it was one of the very, very few Roald Dahl books I'd never read. Either way, lets see what the kids said about it. (If it gets 4 or 5 stars, you know why)Dad: Alright! How many stars do you want to give it?Eleanor: FIVE! Gwennie: FIIIiiiiiVVEE? E: Gwennie, you don't sound so su [...]

    11. This is one of my favourite Roald Dahl books. It's simply the story of a boy, Danny, and his father, who is a pheasant poacher. That's it. It's one of his least crazy books and doesn't involve magic at all. Admittedly there is a huge madcap caper at the end, but it never truly pushes the boundaries of believability.The story deals with all sorts of problems that children have growing up, including school and bullying and it's as relevant now as it was when it was written (apart form the use of c [...]

    12. Danny: The Champion of the World, Roald Dahl عنوان: دنی قهرمان جهان؛ نویسنده: رولد دال؛ مترجم: مهدی وثوق؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، نشر مرکز، کتاب مریم، 1380، در هشت و 198 ص، مصور، موضوع: خاطران دنی از پدرش

    13. রোয়াল ডাল আমার অতি প্রিয় শিশুতোষ লেখক। তার লেখা মাটিল্ডা পড়ে খিল খিল করে হেসেছি , বাচ্চাটার মা বাবার উপর মেজাজ খারাপ হয়েছে । তা সাজেশন থেকে প্রথমে এই বইটাই শুরু করলাম । এই গল্পটা এক সিংগেল ফাদ [...]

    14. I loved this book as a kid and the re-read as an adult did not disappoint. In fact, started last night and I read it in just two sittings. This is the story of a father and son and their adventure together. Danny's mum died when he was a baby and he was brought up by his dad who is the most wonderful dad in the whole world (according to Danny). Danny and his dad live in a little gypsy caravan behind the petrol filling station which his dad runs. One night Danny wakes to discover his father is mi [...]

    15. My God! this was what i said to myself; this man teaching his son who to steal from others? but then, some more pages . . . hummm . . . and some more pages . . . My God! this book is lovely, this is what all parents must to read, they do not know how react towards thier childeren, and this book teach them how . . . i love it . . .

    16. The beginning was beautiful. The happiness of the simple life before you turn 9 years old. Even though they were poor, Danny found gears to be more fun than the 'plastic'-things children get. His father tries to make up for the lack of a motherly figure by trying to instill more fun into his life (my opinion). The middle was also good. The character development and the world-building gets an 'okay'. I like how he described the silence being so deafening that even 'silence was listening to silenc [...]

    17. A bit far-fetched. I'd passed by this book many times before and it never caught my interest on account of it being long and the title not being more discriptive. You could be the champion of the world through many things; doing something exceedingly difficult or impossible, inventing something that could cure world hunger, or something else equally huge. Drugging two hundred pheasants is not exactly what I had in mind. All that crap Danny's father talks about poaching being an art. Who in their [...]

    18. This is one of the sweetest books in the entire world. Danny and his father live in a little gypsy caravan behind the filling station where they work. Danny's Mum died ages ago and it's just the two of them and they are very happy together.Then one day his Dad tells him about poaching, and how exciting it is. He teaches Danny the best ways to steal birds off the mean rich man's land and they hatch a plan to steal ALL of them the night before the big hunt to humiliate the mean rich man. But thing [...]

    19. Roald Dahl çocuk kitapları ile ün yapmış bir yazar. Bir arkadaşımın tavsiyesi üzerine okumaya başlamıştım ama kindle'im bozulduğu için birkaç aydır üşeniyordum yeni kindle'a aktarmaya. Geçen gün tamamlayayım dedim ve kalanı iki oturusta bitirdim.Çok akıcı bir dili var. Genelde İngilizce kitaplar okurken sıkılıyorum. Ama gerek çocuk kitabı olduğu için akıcı ve anlaşılır bir kitap gerekse de Roald Dahl'in güzel cümleleri ile süslü olmasından ötürü ins [...]

    20. It’s my firm belief that reading at least one Roald Dahl book every month will keep you young at heart forever. Roald Dahl is one of the most iconic children's authors of our time. His imagination spans far and wide and he knows just how to make you laugh and tingle with excitement all at once, perhaps because he was so young at heart himself. Danny’s story is brave, bold, witty, touching, and utterly exciting all at once. Great for boys and girls ages 5 and up (and by up I mean all the way [...]

    21. This book didn't reread well for me. I'm not sure this is even a reread. Had this read to me in elementary school along with other Dahl books, but this one I didn't remember one bit of it. I think I can see why too. While I liked the father/son relationship and the cameo of the BFG, this book got a little boring for me. This isn't a fantasy, but I don't mind that part. I think most of it has to do with Dahl writing got a little annoying in the book, which I normally don't mind. I'm glad I visite [...]

    22. I really enjoyed this story. I loved the overarching message, and I loved the relationship between father and son. It was entertaining, endearing and funny. This was one of the Roald Dahl stories that I hadn't read as a child, so it was nice to read it with fresh and new eyes, having zero expectations.

    23. I think this is my favorite Roald Dahl book. I've reread it at least a dozen times since I was a child, and it's just marvelous. I love the bond the father has with his son, I love the drawings, I love the coziness of the caravan, and I love the great poaching adventure that the father and son embark on. Three cheers for Danny!

    24. One of the first books I ever loved though I thought it was a little sad too. I remember it really made me wanna eat a pheasant too, haha.

    25. The movie with Jeremy Irons, his wife, Sinead Cusack, his son and his father-in-law is just as good as the book! Great for all ages.

    26. Book review 11 – Danny the Champion of the World – Roald DahlThis is one of my favourite Roald Dahl books. It was bought for me as a present and since then, has always remained in my heart. This is a magnificent story of strong, and angelic relationship between a boy and his father and how their bond takes them on an unforgettable journey. Danny lives with his Dad in a simple caravan behind their petrol station. They live a happy life and both Danny and his dad enjoy each other’s company i [...]

    27. The book follows a young primary school child who tells his story of his life and his father's. The story mainly centres around the child's love for his father and how best to trap pheasants, while evading the aristocrat character who owns the woods where the birds live. I was fairly disappointed by this book from a renowned author as there was a very weak storyline that did not engage me. At times it felt as though the author was trying to just fill the pages with laborious and pointless divers [...]

    28. In either year 2 or 3 (actually I think it happened both years) my class had a substitute teacher at the end of the year. She was amazing and I adored her. She would always read us stories which of course I loved. As well as this book she also read us Roald Dahls The Witches and The BFG.Anyways I was totally enthralled with this story and the day she finished it I went home and was RAVING about it and either my brother or mother told me we had a copy of it somewhere that belonged to my brother b [...]

    29. Saya suka pada ketabahan ayah Danny membesarkan putranya seorang diri.Saya suka pada cinta Danny dan ayahnya.Saya suka pada gambaran bahwa mereka bukan keluarga sempurna.Dan setiap orang boleh untuk tidak suka pada suatu hal.Saya tidak keberatan semua orang di kota Danny tidak suka pada Mr Hazell, si kaya yang sombong.Yang saya tidak suka adalah gambaran bahwa orang2 di kota itu menganggap sah untuk mencuri burung2 pegar yang dipelihara di hutan Hazell, hanya karena hal tersebut menantang, nosta [...]

    30. Another lovely book by Roald Dahl. Danny and his father live in a small gypsy caravan, and work together fixing cars and manning a gas pump. The bond between Danny and his dad is absolutely fabulous, and I think as a kid, I would have loved living in that caravan. Danny's dad has a terrible secret - he loves to poach pheasants. The story was incredibly sweet. The only thing that made me uncomfortable was the fact that they're essentially killing animals to eat them. Now, I'm not a vegetarian or [...]

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