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Poetry
  • Author:
    Heinrich Hoffmann
  • ISBN:
    3614398013
  • ISBN13:
    978-3614398015
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Pestalozzi-Verlag (June 1994)
  • Pages:
    18 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Poetry
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    1679 kb
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    1994 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
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Der Struwwelpeter ist ein echter Klassiker unter den Kinderbüchern. Einst zu Weihnachten für seinen ältesten Sohn geschrieben und bebildert von dem deutschen Psychiater Heinrich Hoffmann.

Der Struwwelpeter ist ein echter Klassiker unter den Kinderbüchern.

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Der Struwwelpeter ("shock-headed Peter" or "Shaggy Peter") is an 1845 German children's book by Heinrich Hoffmann. It comprises ten illustrated and rhymed stories, mostly about children. Each has a clear moral that demonstrates the disastrous consequences of misbehavior in an exaggerated way. The title of the first story provides the title of the whole book.

Heinrich Hoffmann was a German psychiatrist, who also wrote some short works including Der Struwwelpeter .

Heinrich Hoffmann was a German psychiatrist, who also wrote some short works including Der Struwwelpeter (German for either "slovenly Peter" or "shock-haired Peter"), an illustrated book portraying children misbehaving. He wrote under the following names: - Polykarpus Gastfenger (The given name is the German version of that of a Christian martyr; the Note: There is more than one Heinrich Hoffman. - Zwiebel (As a common noun, this would mean "onion").

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the pseudonym Reimerich Kinderlieb. The stories feature such characters as the title character, a boy whose untamed appearance is matched by his naughty behaviour; a child who plays with matches and is burned to ashes; and a tailor who cuts off the thumbs of children who suck them. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: Heinrich Hoffmann.

I have this very book at home, it's amazing and horrifying at the same time.

The book is of immense importance in many aspects. Struwwelpeter Soup rim bowl featuring the story of fidgety Phillip and on the edge the story of the Soup-Kaspar. Many famous authors in the world, such as Agatha Cristie and Astrid Lindgren, referred to Hoffmann’s stories and characters. Hoffmann also introduced the bogeyman character of the Scissorman (or the Tailor) that appeared in European folklore.

Der Struwwelpeter (German) Paperback – 25 August 2017. by Heinrich Hoffmann (Author). I read the details on this book which stated in was in english only to find it was not. German to be exact. I don't know how to get this corrected so thankfully it was only.


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I recently spent a few days in Frankfurt, Germany. I asked the manager of the hotel which museum we should visit and she told me about the Struwwelpeter Museum dedicated to the doctor who wrote books in the mid 1800's to address the moral character of children who didn't mind. I was intrigued and ordered the book with the collection of stories and the consequences of children misbehaving. The illustrations are wonderful and the English translation excellent.
Qwert
Hard to believe this was written but it is hilarious as long as you don't take it seriously. Illustrations are well done and funny too.
Haralem
great product. exactly as listed
VariesWent
Brought me back to my childhood when my aunt used to read this to me
Inth
I purchased this because I saw "Woman in Gold". and I love the story to which she referred.
Lesesshe
This book is missing half of the original illustrations, and the ones that it does have are tiny and in black and white...DO NOT BUY, I'm sure you can get a better printing for a similar price or not much more!
Steel balls
I had the book when I was 6 years old and it was the first one I could read. But I forgot so many of the Reims and it was a blast to read them and refresh my memory after all this years. the kindle edition looked exactly like the book I had all this years ago.
I did not expect to find german childhood stories on Amazon. Nice surprise, it's just like I remembered them when I was growing up. I also ordered other german childhood stories...I am just thrilled to add something from the past into my present enjoyments.