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read & download The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson Burnett ☆ 3 free download The Secret Garden review Ú 103 L lettore con il fascino irreale del fiabesco l'autrice ha lasciato che la vita vera e reale emergesse da ogni pagina con una particolare attenzione verso il mondo interiore e i suoi rapporti con la natura senza tralasciare un pizzico di ironi. Genre Fiction ClassicPublication Date 1911Ofcourse there must be lots of Magic in this world he said wisely one day but people don t know what it is Begins as a slow story of an unwanted and ugly child who grew up to be very disagreeable Mistress Mary uite Contrary I felt that the curiosity element in this book is the strongest which makes us curious too Description of the moor its plants its breeze its dampness its animals and birds is heavenly Its saddening to me that owing to urbanization we are destroying these very forests and moors The emotions conveyed are strong and the character building is real nice The friendships Oh my god Are so good and simple It made me want to be closer to the nature that I actually went to a nearby park on reading it Its a neat piece of writing everything is clearly conveyed the messages the emotion the characters the garden The Yorkshire accent does sound fun There is a Magic in this book Chrysanthemum reale emergesse da ogni pagina con una particolare attenzione verso il mondo interiore e i suoi After the Falls rapporti con la natura senza tralasciare un pizzico di ironi. Genre Fiction ClassicPublication Date 1911Ofcourse there must be lots of Magic in this world he said wisely one day but people don t know what it is Begins as a slow story of an unwanted and ugly child who grew up to be very disagreeable Mistress Mary uite Contrary I felt that the curiosity element in this book is the strongest which makes us curious too Description of the moor its plants its breeze its dampness its animals and birds is heavenly Its saddening to me that owing to urbanization we are destroying these very forests and moors The emotions conveyed are strong and the character building is Then the Americans Came Voices from Vietnam real nice The friendships Oh my god Are so good and simple It made me want to be closer to the nature that I actually went to a nearby park on Hell in a Handbasket Devilish Debutantes #2 reading it Its a neat piece of writing everything is clearly conveyed the messages the emotion the characters the garden The Yorkshire accent does sound fun There is a Magic in this book

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read & download The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson Burnett ☆ 3 free download The Secret Garden review Ú 103 Un classico straniero della narrativa per i ragazzi un testo di ualità perché affidato per la traduzione a Giorgio Van Straten scrittore contemporaneo di grande fama ed esperienza Ne Il giardino segreto con una trama delicata e complessa l'a. The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson BurnettThe Secret Garden is a children s novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett first published as a book in 1911 after a version was published as an American magazine serial beginning in 1910 Set in England it is one of Burnett s most popular novels and is considered a classic of English children s literature Several stage and film adaptations have been made 1994 1340 338 19 1372 203 1389 9789643769185 1375 280 1389 9789644170485 1392 354 9786005395969 1393 51 9789642886258 1379 248 9649194355 1380 248 9646869262 1379 118 9649277102 1382 350 9647116144 416 08071399 The Nuclear Platypus Biscuit Bible ragazzi un testo di ualità perché affidato per la traduzione a Giorgio Van Straten scrittore contemporaneo di grande fama ed esperienza Ne Il giardino segreto con una trama delicata e complessa l'a. The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson BurnettThe Secret Garden is a children s novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett first published as a book in 1911 after a version was published as an American magazine serial beginning in 1910 Set in England it is one of Burnett s most popular novels and is considered a classic of English children s literature Several stage and film adaptations have been made 1994 1340 338 19 1372 203 1389 9789643769185 1375 280 1389 9789644170485 1392 354 9786005395969 1393 51 9789642886258 1379 248 9649194355 1380 248 9646869262 1379 118 9649277102 1382 350 9647116144 416 08071399

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read & download The Secret Garden Frances Hodgson Burnett ☆ 3 free download The Secret Garden review Ú 103 Utrice racconta la storia di una bimba che rimasta improvvisamente orfana lascia l'India per essere condotta da uno zio in Inghilterra La piccola cambia paese e abitudini e si trova sperduta tra persone sconosciute Invece di stupire l'animo de. Two worst things as can happen to a child is never to have his own way or always to have it As a child I read this book at least four or five times along with Frances Hodgson Burnett s other childhood stories about Sarah Crewe Little Princess and Cedric Lord Fauntleroy They represented a rite of passage for me as a person and as a reader There is magic involved in coming of age stories where children strive to find the kind of life they are meant to live against all odds and I felt deeply satisfied each time I closed one of those books knowing that the protagonists had once again made it through various challenges to live a better natural and fulfilled lifeSo far so good Some childhood classics are better left alone later signifying a certain phase that can only be demystified by rereading leading to bitter disappointment and loss of the initial enchantment I hadn t touched The Secret Garden for decades as I feared the slightly exaggerated dramatised plot might put me off and destroy the magic of my memory But then I happened to discuss a phenomenon among students in a wealthy over privileged area Many children and teenagers appear phlegmatic angry frustrated lacking initiative to learn and develop and they demand unreasonable attention without showing any willingness to commit to tasks themselves We could not make sense of it seeing that these students had everything they needed and and met with no restrictions or boundaries from their parents Shouldn t they be happy But they aren t They are among the most neurotic anxious children I have ever metThat s when The Secret Garden came to my mind again an early case study of childhood neglect in wealthy environments in which children s physical and material needs are met but their psychological development is completely left untouched In The Secret Garden it is the poor but well raised and deeply loved local boy who shows the spoiled unhappy upper class children how to take on a responsible role for their life and how to make active and positive decisions rather than throwing fits to let others step in and take overChildren need boundaries and nurturing and meaningful connections to their surroundings If they are treated with fear and submission they will turn into tyrants to see how far they can go before they receive some kind of direct attention negative or positive If they are handled with too much severity they will duck and hide and develop chameleon like survival strategies To create a happy mature and responsible human being a balance between rights and duties must be struck with limits the child knows it cannot overstep without facing conseuences and with areas of creative experimentation where future freedom of choice can be safely practisedJust like a flower in a garden a child needs both space time and air and a lot of nurturing to blossom I am grateful for the connection I found between my childhood reading pleasure and the everyday worries I face in my profession A smile a word of encouragement a nudge in the right direction all the small signs that show students that their teachers believe in their power to achieve great things that s the magic of everyday life And giving in to their tantrums is not helping those sensitive plants grow It is stifling their development When they claim they are too tired or bored to read The Secret Garden and prefer to watch a movie version if at all they are in dire need of overcoming the obstacle of long term under stimulation than the protagonists of the story itself They need to be trained to love reading just like the two unhappy children in the mansion needed to be trained to show interest and care for the garden Responsibility and care are acuired skills


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  • Hardcover
  • 256
  • The Secret Garden
  • Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Italian
  • 13 May 2019
  • 9788809057777