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Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback The Moomins and the Great Flood during World War II She said later that the war had depressed her and she had wanted to write something naive and innocent Besides the Moomin novels and short stories Tove Jansson also wrote and illustrated four original and highly popular picture booksJansson's Moomin books have been translated into languages.

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  • Kim

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetThe Moomin series has always been remarkable not only for its charm and whimsy but also for its sense of melancholy unusual in children's literature Moominpappa at Sea is a particularly introspective installment; here you will find no heroic battles or overwhelming drama just one family's uiet journey of self discovery when they move to a mysterious island And an island is the perfect setting for this story for the characters become and insular as they explore their new environs It's a story about becomi


  • Crippled_ships

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetThis book has everything a children's book should have Pipe smoking whisky and existential crisis This book taught me a lot about life when I w


  • Julian Meynell

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetIn my opinion Tove Jannson is the best children's author who ever lived and one of the ten greatest authors of the twentieth century I have only read her Moomintroll work and not the work for adults but I have read almost all of the Moomintroll books picture books and comic strips In this review I will focus on Moominpappa at Sea but I will also try to give a sense of why I think that she deserves to be placed with the likes of Orwell Nabakov Hemingway and Selby even though she wrote books about Finnish Hippo like creaturesPicking a favorite Moomintroll book is difficult for me but it is probably between


  • ¸¸.•*¨*•♫♪SomeBunny Reads (Phoenix)•*¨*•♫♪

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetNot my favourite in the series but still a fun read and such a pivotal moment in the story


  • Nate D

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetA peculiar only sort of for children late Moomin novel where the family attempts of combat leisure ennui by moving to a ragged lighthouse island far out in the ocean Concerns itself to a large degree with the need for strife or at least a challenge to give daily purpose without which lies only depression and torpor Yikes Still some strange moments of magic and wonder of course but tempered by cynicism and a warm but realistic sense of the petty and no so petty impulses that drive people


  • Stephen Curran

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetWhen Moomintroll reports that he has extinguished a small fire in the moss his father becomes unexpectedly cross and obsessive Don't imagine that a spot like this isn't dangerous Far from it It can go on burning under the moss you see In the ground Hours and perhaps even days may go by and then suddenly whoof The fire breaks out somewhere uite different He is of course actually speaking about his own lingering dissatisfactionsThis starting point isn't dissimilar to 'The Secret of the Hattinfatteners' from 'Tales from Moominvalley' where Moominpappa experiences a sudden powerful unhappiness with his home life and feels compelled to escape Only this time he takes his family with him to a remote island with a lighthouseIt's very much an island story in the tradition of Robinson Crusoe The Tempest and The Lord of the Flies albeit featuring tiny pear shaped troll creatur


  • Jessica

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetBoy as weird as these books get this one was the weirdest The family decides to set off on their boat and live on the tiny dot of an island with a lighthouse on it that Moominpappa has claimed There is no food the lighthouse isn't working and the former lighthouse keeper is either dead or has comp


  • Helen McClory

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetIt's To The Lighthouse but with moomins


  • monni

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetThis was my third Moomin book one I was left in awe after reading Moominpappa at Sea was deliberately darker than other books on the series I've read this far something I was not expecting The story began dark and it only got darker and suffocating the longer it continued a feeling of inevitable doom lingered around the lonely island and the huge lighthouse the Moomin family moved into The story circled around Moominpappa who felt unnecessary felt less of a man felt like his mission as the protector of the family as a traditional dad was somehow threatened and was thus filled with fierce need to tame And he tried he tamed and his family fell a bit apart and the sea was too powerful and the trees on the island started to move and the island started to breathe during night and Moominmamma physically disappeared into a painting The melancholy and the fine pains every character in this book seemed to bear were exceptional and the ever lonely Groke


  • Karl Orbell

    Epub ´ Pappan och havet õ Paperback Pappan och havetThe end is nigh I've been on this Moomin saga a long time now some years occupying my small book fourth slot on my rota This is the penultimate book in the series I'm not really sure they were at all what I was expecting when I started and often find myself not overly impressed about one thing or another But they do usually turn out to be an acceptable read in the end This one is no differentNot for the first time in the series this book revolves around the sea the author seems slightly obsessed with it The clue is very much in the title this time Moominpappa appears to be having a midlife crisis of some sort not enough control over his home life family trying to think for themselves not bow to his superiority in all things he is being a twat As you do when you're having a midlife crisis and you can't buy a porsche because M