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Min mormors gebis

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Jakob Martin Strid er bedst kendt for sin satiriske stribe i Politiken, men den talentfulde tegner og forfatter laver skam også rim og remser i bedste danske tradition fra Halfdan Rasmussen og Benny Andersen, suppleret med hans egne charmerende og levende tegninger. Her er tekster om isbjørne og om jetjagere over Enghave Plads, om Medisterminister Fister og om Dyrenes ...more
Hardcover, 40 pages
Published November 10th 2006 by Borgen (first published 2006)
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Kirsten Auken
Feb 23, 2008 Kirsten Auken rated it really liked it
Shelves: favourites, children
Min mormors gebis er praktisk og smart
Det kan bruges til alt hvis man ikke er sart....

Araberkomplot, araberkomplot
De stjal min mors rabarberkompot
Komplet komplot
De åd den råt
Det måtte de egentlig også godt...

Strids store børnerimsforbillede må være Halfdan Rasmussen. I denne bog når han ham et pænt stykke over sokkeholderne.

Mine børn elsker den. Og jeg kan holde ud at læse den højt mange gange - og DET er en anbefaling!
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Lest på norsk. Underholdende nok. 5åringen var nok mer opptatt av de morsomme tegningene og ble ganske skuffet over de sidene som ikke inneholdt små mus. 9åringen derimot har lest boken om og om igjen og siterer diktene.
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Not as good as Mustafas Kiosk but worth of reading -if you do read Danish!
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I 1995 udkom hans første tegneseriesamling, Tales From the Future, der tidligere var bragt i de autonomes interne ugeblad Slam.


Udover tegneseriestriben i Politiken har Jacob Martin Strid kastet sig over børnebogsgenren. Hans lidt skæve og humoristiske børnebøger, som Mustafas Kiosk og Min mormors gebis, er blevet meget populære.
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