The Moomins and the Great Flood
Publish date: 2006
Pages no: 52
Edition language: English
Series: The Moomins (#1)
A beautiful introduction into Jansson. An emotionally realistic and sometimes peek into an otherwise comfy but entirely relatable childhood. Philosophical, indeed, in the best tradition of books like Sophie's World and Michael Ende's novels, and like the latter demonstrates its ideas through descrip...
This is the first ever Moomin book. It is also the last of Tove Jannson's Moomin works that I have read (I haven't read all of her brother Lars version of the comic strip). It's also the worst of the Moomin works, but saying that being the worst Moomin work is not exactly saying it is terrible. I...
I loves me some Moomins!This is the original story, coming in 1945 before the comic strip or the first of the famous novels, Comet in Moominland. It has none of the satire of either of the former but it does have the same bizarre, delightful, magical world of strange creatures and peculiar adventure...
Jak już dorosnę, to znowu przeczytam cały cykl.