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Kadri

3.71 of 5 stars 3.71  ·  rating details  ·  335 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Hardcover, 162 pages
Published 2002 by Steamark (first published 1959)
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Ieva
Ak vai! Šis nu ir spilgts piemērs, kā zināšanas var kļūt par darvas pilienu mucā ar medu...
Kadrija mūsu ģimenes sieviešu vidū (mammai, mammas māsai, māsai un man) vienmēr bijusi mīļa grāmata. Visas četras savā laikā esam lasījušas to līdz vēlai naktij, visas raudājušas un pārdzīvojušas līdzi. Grāmata man asociējās ar kaut ko skaidru, tīru un patiesu. Un tāpēc tagad atverot likās, ka skaidri zinu, ko baudīšu.
Bet tagad lasu un redzu, kā cari visam sūcas darva – padomju propaganda. Nemaz ne maskēta
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Alise Kitija
''Kadriju'' izlasīju pēc ieteikuma iekš Mēnessmeitēna bloga ( http://menessmeitens.lv/2014/01/07/pr... ). Paņēmu no bibliotēkas, sāku lasīt un pat sākumā padevos - nepatika. Bet tad, nezinu pat kā vadīta, nolēmu tomēr dot grāmatai otro iespēju - un labi, ka tā! ''Kadrija'' ir patiesi brīnišķīga grāmata.
Sergei Barsamian
Very nice story. I read it more than 15 years ago, but the warmth, sincerity, and humanity of this book still live in me. When I have a child, "Kadri" will surely be at the top of his/her must-be-read list.
Anna Matsuyama
Years ago my mom made me read this book, it was great read and I thanked her for her recommendation. It is story about young girl Kadri who lives with her grandmother in Estonia, Soviet Union.
Ann
Felt good to read that again. It means a lot more to me than before. Probably will read it again in the future :)
Hilli
Both Kadri and Kadri Kasuema are very good books. I was reading them when I was young. There is very good story line.
Marta
Beidzot tiku ar šo galā. Nežēlīgi gara grāmata.
MariaElina
Suom. Kadrin päiväkirja
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Silvia Rannamaa (3 March 1918 - 19 April 2007) is an Estonian writer, the author of internationally known children's stories "Kadri" (1959) and "Stepmother" (1963).

She was born in Tallinn, of Finnish and Estonian parents. She obtained her secondary education at Tallinn Girls' Commercial High School. Between 1943 - 1944, she studied at the University of Tartu, Faculty of Philosophy. Silvia's husban
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Kasuema Kadri. Kasuema Nösperi Nönni natuke Kadrin päiväkirja Ja Vaimuvara Ka

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