Heidi has come to live with her grandfather in the mountains. Everything is new and exciting -- the wind in the fir trees, the pretty Alpine flowers, Peter and his goats, and most of all, Grandfather. Life on the mountain is beautiful, but it doesn't last forever. Heidi is taken to the big city of Frankfurt, where she becomes a companion to a little girl called Clara. How different life in this rich household is! Heidi does not know how to behave in the city and longs to go back to her mountain home. A classic story of a child's growing understanding of the world, Johanna Spyri's Heidi is especially engaging in this Young Classic edition because children can see what Heidi's life was really like. Photography sets the scene without intruding on the story and brings Heidi to life for a new generation of children....Continua
The story is interesting.
I love it very much.
But I don't like Peter.
Because he pushed the wheelchair down the mountain.
It is dangerous.
However,he helped Clara.
And we have to thank him.
The beauty of Switzerland is best demostrated in this book.
Not even the photos of Swiss mountains can accurately describe how people can be amazed by such a natural paradise.
Heidi brings readers to her world.