Minwoo Choi Choi itibaren 2123 Unterolberndorf, Avusturya itibaren 2123 Unterolberndorf, Avusturya
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Minwoo Choi Choi itibaren 2123 Unterolberndorf, Avusturya
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Tarafından yazılmış kitap Yazar: Lal Kitap
Şimdiye kadar okuduğum en histerik karakterlerden biri. Keyifli bir boğuşma. Arsa alanında genç bir bit zayıf. Ama yine de gülünç ve eğlenceli.
Teke Yörükleri (1800-1900)
Tarafından yazılmış kitap Yazar: Türk Tarih Kurumu Yayınları
The Golden Goblet - First off, I loved this book. Sometimes I get these "nerd-cravings" for things like vikings, Star Wars, ancient Egypt, The Legend of Zelda, japanese history, Transformers, Legos, dinosaurs (dinosaurs are cool and you know it), etc. I'm in my Egypt phase right now, and my wife suggested I look for some good ancient egyptian kid's books to quench my thirst. The Golden Goblet was a really fun read. It's a Newberry Honor book from '61, and I'm guessing that some people think, "Really? This got a Newberry!?" Let me 'splain. The writing style is a little dated, but I actually found that more endearing than distracting. The plot itself isn't super thrilling (which is why I think some people have a hard time with the Newberry status of this book) but it's not dull either. McGraw isn't an author who uses fantasy and suspense to capture the reader like Riordan or Rowling. This book's gleam comes from the amount of research McGraw put into it. She uses historical data to imagine this story into vivid and captivating fiction. Her research of ancient Egyptian living is incredibly thorough and makes this book very fun to read. I think that's what won her the "Newbie". So here's my Reading Rainbow summed-up conclusion: "The Golen Goblet by Eloise Jarvis McGraw is a fun book will take you into the life of Ranofer, a poor Egyptian boy who is struggling to become a master goldsmith. But first, he'll have to find a way to escape from his wicked half-brother, Gebu. The beautiful golden goblet hidden in Gebu's house may be Ranofer's ticket to freedom. Can he find a way to use it before it's too late? If you love ancient Egypt and want to learn more about what life there might have really been like, then this book is for you! " Da-na-NA!