Bank på døren Emmy
Florence Crannell Means
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Bank på døren Emmy (Emmy Lane #1)

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Emmys forældre kører rundt i en gammel lastbil og fletter pilekurve, som Emmy hjælper med at sælge ved dørene, og ingen har tænkt på, at hun skal lære noget. Den snavsede, uvidende piges møde med en dreng fra et "normalt" hjem får hende til at indse, hvad hun mangler, og nu banker hun også på skolens dør i alle de byer, hun kommer til. Hun vil lære noget for sin egen skyld...more
Hardcover, 147 pages
Published 1963 by Jespersen og Pios forlag (first published 1956)
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Maria M. Elmvang
This was one of my favourite books when I was younger... A position I'm afraid it can no longer hold. It was very obvious in this read-through that I enjoyed it for nostalgia's sake only, and would probably have found it somewhat boring without those rosy glasses.

Apart from Emmy, the characters all seem rather 2-dimensional, and even Emmy could be accused of having Mary Sue-like qualities. The plot is sweet and simple, but somewhat rushed and unrealistic in places.

It's always such a shame when c...more
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