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[Ebook] Sticks Across the Chimney By Nora Burglon – Hakkas.us

Sticks Across the Chimney Sticks Across The Chimney A Story Of Denmark , By Nora Burglon

[Ebook] Sticks Across the Chimney  By Nora Burglon – Hakkas.us
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Sticks Across the Chimney
  • Nora Burglon
  • English
  • 14 March 2018
  • 1892857138

    10 thoughts on “[Ebook] Sticks Across the Chimney By Nora Burglon – Hakkas.us


  1. says:

    We have spent a few enjoyable weeks reading Sticks Across the Chimney together Over and over, I was begged forafter I finished reading the passage scheduled for the day, and over and over I said no, we were going to stick to the schedule and not read ext...


  2. says:

    This is a Sonlight Curriculum book I love their book list This is a great read aloud for elementary age children to understand archeology and the Viking culture It also gives some historical Denmark culture.


  3. says:

    I read this book with my kids as a part of our homeschool read alouds curriculum and I loved every second of it We all did I cannot wait to read this again when my youngest is old enough, we laughed and at certain points I had tears in my eyes at others A great read for kids of all ages I read this book with my kids as a part of our homeschool read alouds curriculum and ...


  4. says:

    I read this book to my daughter as part of her homeschool curriculum and she really enjoyed it It mixed a little adventure with history and archaeology, and there were even times when I laughed out loud because of the di...


  5. says:

    Denmark I was deceived by the ordinary title I expected foreign mundane vignettes like The Wheel on the School, and there is some of that But then it turned into something excitinglike No Boats on Bannermere And then it became educational, with Viking history, art, archaeology, andNone of this seemed tacked on or forced There were also some moments of serious and philosophical reflection And then it would be funny, almost slapstick But this book is from 1938 Way before th Denmark I was deceived by the ordinary title I expected foreign mundane vignettes like The Wheel on the School, and there is some of that But then it turned into something excitinglike No Boats on Bannermere And then it became educational, with Viking history, art, archaeology, andNone of this seemed tacked on or forced There were also some moments of serious and philosophical reflection And then it would be funny, almost slapstick But this book is from 1938 Way before those others It doesn t seem as old as some other books from this time Seredy, Enright, Brink, Bianco, Sawyer, et al And the Eichenberg illustrations also make it seem newer like a 1960s book with Krusch drawings There is a plot that develops over the entire course of the book there ...


  6. says:

    This story is good as a view into life in rural Denmark in the early 20th century i believe I would recommend for age 10 for best understanding and following the story The authors words are carefully chosen there is no filler or empty conversation here with good advice for living and subtle humor in some situations I appreciate the respectful treatment of others by the main characters, and children of unspecified age, but around 10 or 12, i think who trade work with a neighboring fa This story is good as a view into life in rural Denmark in the early 20th century i believe I would recommend for age 10 for best understanding and following the story The authors words are carefully chosen there is no filler or empty conversation here with good advice for living and subtle humor in some situations I appreciate the respectful treatment of others by the main characters, and children of unspecified age, but around 10 or 12, i think who trade work with a neighboring farmer, make things to sell, make supper for ...


  7. says:

    I couldn t engage with this book, and neither could my seven year old daughter While the subject matter Danish life in the early 20th century and Viking history melds well with her current history subject in school, I found the writing style to be rather insipid, bland, and completely unrealistic The protagonists, Siri and Erik, are written to be the kind of perfect Caucasian children that never fight or quarrel, rarely misbehave, and routinely end up as the paragons of virtue and selflessne I couldn t engage with this book, and neither could my seven year old daughter While the subject matter Danish life in the early 20th century and Viking history melds well with her current history subject in school, I ...


  8. says:

    My 2nd and 3rd graders and I read this for our homeschool curriculum this year It wasinteresting than some school books we ve read, and they enjoyed the cute animal stories such as the duck they named King Christian the Builder and the mystery of the mound had some fun Scooby Doo ish elements On the other hand, at times the book waned on in dialogue about how super awesome Denmark is several times characters state, In Denmark, anything is possible , and the adults frequently commen My 2nd and 3rd graders and I read this for our homeschool curriculum this year It wasinteresting than some school books we ve read, and they enjoyed the cute animal stories such as the duck they named King Christian the Builder and ...


  9. says:

    A mixed bag This book did have a little mystery for the kids and some interesting facts about the Vikings I didn t find the characters particularly engaging and my daughter didn t connect much either The story is pretty farfetched and then too easily resolved, even for a children s book My 7 year old even noticed That being said, some of the historical parts were above age level or unclear One part that was particularly bothersome to me was the portion about how Vikings and storks both pus A mixed bag This book did have a little mystery for the kids and some interesting facts about the Vikings I didn t find the characters particularly engaging and my daughter didn t connect much either The story is pretty farfetched and then too easily resolved, even for a children s book My 7 year old even noticed That being said, some of the historical parts were above age level or unclear One part that was particularly bothersome to me was the portion about how Vikings...


  10. says:

    I read this aloud to my daughter, and we all fell in love with it This book is another example of a book I would have never picked up if it wasn t for being a part of the homeschool curriculum we use It was delightful to step back in time to a different country and see what it was like to live as a child at the end of the 19th century Siri and Erik were such great little kids to get to know, full of zest, compassion, integrity, cleverness, and diligence And it was a joy to experience the exc I read this aloud to my daughter, and we all fell in love with it This book is another example of a book I woul...

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