Kinderland review ë 103

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Kinderland review ë 103 Ú [Reading] ➷ Kinderland Author Mawil – Citybells.co.uk Ostberlin im Sommer 1989 Mirco Watzke steckt in der Klemme Der sonst so vorbildliche Schüler der Klasse 5a hat Ärger mit den blöden FDJlern und der Einzige der ihm dabei helfen kann ist ausgerechne Ostberlin im Sommer Mirco Watzke steckt in der Klemme Der sonst[Reading] Kinderland Author Mawil Citybells.co.uk Ostberlin im Sommer 1989 Mirco Watzke steckt in der Klemme Der sonst so vorbildliche Schüler der Klasse.

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Ldliche Schüler der Klasse a hat Ärger mit den blöden FDJlern und der Einzige der ihm dabei helfen kann ist ausgerechnet dieser unheimliche Neue aus der Parallelklasse..

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Kinderland5a hat Ärger mit den blöden FDJlern und der Einzige der ihm dabei helfen kann ist ausgerechne Ostberlin im Sommer Mirco Watzke steckt in der Klemme Der sonst so vorbi.

Kinderland review ë 103 Markus “Mawil” Witzel wurde in Ost Berlin geboren Schon zu Schulzeiten veröffentlichte er seine Comics in selbstverlegten Fanzines und Anthologien und begann nach dem Abitur ein Grafikdesign Studium an der Kunsthochschule Berlin Weissensee wo er mit anderen Gleichgesinnten die Comicgruppe Monogatari gründeteWährend des Studiums entstand das erste längere Album “Strandsafari” bei Schw.

10 Comments on "Kinderland review ë 103"

  • Chad

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandThe story of a group of kids at an East Berlin school in the year before the wall came down Most of this was about the kids' obsession with ping pong surprisingly I wish the story had done to explain the things that were uniue about going to school in East Germany instead of just mentioning them


  • Laura

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandThis graphic novel set in East Berlin just before the fall of the wall is not about the wall at all When the title says this is a story of what it is to be a child in East Berlin that is really what it is about The wall is almos


  • Ije the Devourer of Books

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandThis is a fascinating story about a young boy growing up in East Germany just before the fall of the Berlin wall The story portrays everyday life in East Germany and everyday life in high school and shows how neither are easy experiencesMirco Watzke is a model student but also a target for bullies He finds an ally and a new friend in the new boy at school The new boy is a bit of a mystery because he isn't in the Young Pioneers or the Free German Youth both of which were groups for young people that existed in communist GermanyThe story focuses on the every day ups and downs of high school life Mirco has friends and is fond of playing


  • Pop Bop

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandSchool Daze Tale With an East German BackgroundThis is mostly a fairly standard school daze comedydrama with bullies some family tension teacher and report card problems friendship and loyalty issues and the other sorts of seventh grade topics you encounter in such books Mirco is a reasonably engaging hero and there are some nice set pieces and humorous incidents all in a setting that feels reasonably authentic There is a lot of ping pong but you get a lot of sports in school books baseball in America football in France rugby and cricket in the Commonwealthand the central role of ping pong in East German school sports was an interesting surprise And that's really where the fun is here all of the realistic East German background The actual fall of the Berlin W


  • Julien

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandThis is a neat little slice of life about being a kid while being surrounded by history in the making I like how the plot focuses on those everyday things a kid might have to worry about in school like bullying or bad grades while also having the historical element as a sort of an ambience that infuses the setting with an additional kind of anxiety I was a little iffy on the art style at first but it won me


  • Charlotte Jones

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandDisclaimer I received this book for free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewRecent non fiction books that I have read have touched on the Soviet Union and the separation of East and West Germany something that I know very little about so I thought that a graphic novel about the period leading up to the fall of the Berlin Wall would be a good way into the topic However I found this graphic novel to be uite confusedThe glossary of what everything meant was at the end of the book so a lot of the acronyms and references went over my head Also apart from ping pong I couldn't figure out what the book was trying to focus on There was very little actua


  • Juli

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandThis was lovely and full of childhood memories The story was endearing and the illustrations spot on So so viele Kindheitserinnerungen Definitiv empfehlenswert für jeden der in der DDR aufgewachsen ist oder sich dafür in


  • Ryan

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandHow can you end a book like that Seriously At first this book was a little slow The reader follows Micro who is not very popular small and shy The year is 1989 You don’t really know that until the end This is just a “normal” look at a boy in East Germany before the wall falls There are many pages with few or no words but the illustrator does a great job telling you what is going on Micro does make a friend but the friend has a few problems He pretends to be tough when really he is just scared I was amazed


  • Bexa

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandThis book was intense From the ping pong games to the West being opened to that ending I want The artwork is not my favorite style but I did enjoy it and it worked really well when doing action scenes You were able to really feel the desolation that was part of the East during this time I've heard much about it but it really shows you the difference between what's talked about and what people actually experienced I really enjoyed the glossary at the end which provided information about what people went through I really want that cliffhanger of an ending just makes me sad


  • Graeme

    Kinderland review ë 103 KinderlandSweet silly and uncomfortable retelling of the last months of life in the GDR East Berlin before the fall of the Berlin Wall as seen through the eyes of a 7th grader The art was a little too cutesy for me but the story was interesting enough to keep me reading from start to finish in one sitting