Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Apalagi Jennings” as Want to Read:
Apalagi Jennings
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Apalagi Jennings

(Jennings #17)

by
really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  109 ratings  ·  9 reviews
"Ke tempat pembakaran sampah!
Keadaan darurat merah!
Semua ikut membantu!" seru Jennings.
Apakah mereka berhasil menyelamatkan surat Bibi Angela pada waktunya? Hanya gara-gara salah paham, Sampul Hari Pertama yang berharga itu nyaris musnah terbakar. Gara-gara ingin mengambil bola di atap ruang olahraga, Jennings terperangkap dalam kantong tidur dan harus melompat-lompat sepe
...more
Soft Cover, 248 pages
Published 1992 by Gramedia Pustaka Utama (first published January 1st 1968)
More Details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Apalagi Jennings, please sign up.

Be the first to ask a question about Apalagi Jennings

This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list »

Community Reviews

Showing 1-30
really liked it 4.00  · 
Rating details
 ·  109 ratings  ·  9 reviews


Filter
 | 
Sort order
Aravena
Mar 15, 2019 rated it liked it
Judul dari seri Jennings, yang harus saya koleksi ulang lagi setelah koleksi sebelumnya habis dimangsa rayap....*menyeka air mata yang belum mengering*

Isi buku mengikuti formula konflik ala Jennings yang begitu saya suka, kurang lebih seperti ini:

(1) Ada situasi yang tidak biasa
(2) Jennings punya ide yang (menurut dia) brilian untuk memanfaatkan situasi itu
(3) Gara-gara ide briliannya itu, timbul masalah
(4) Jennings punya ide yang (menurut dia) brilian untuk memecahkan masalah itu
(5) Masalahnya
...more
Martyn
Jan 10, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: childrens
Another very good Jennings book, but with only one real laugh-out-loud moment - where Darbishire explains Pythagoras's Theorem to Mr. Wilkins. Jennings' attire after being trapped in the attic is also one of the great moments of the book.

I think Jennings is definitely more enjoyable to read in the hardback editions of the 1950s and 6os. More modern paperbacks with very uninspiring cover designs and illustrations which seek to bring Jennings into the present day don't do him any favours. It's be
...more
Mirella Grace
Jul 22, 2008 rated it really liked it
Shelves: children
Ampun deeeh sama Jennings. Kasian juga kadang. Apapun yang dia lakukan sebenarnya normal-normal aja. Tapi entah kenapa, buntutnya selalu jadi bencana.

Contohnya pas Jennings dan Darbi harus membantu pasar amal di desa Linbury. Entah kenapa, keisengannya bermain lempar bola malah berbuah sial. Jennings dapat hadiah pertama lempar bola, yakni anak babi... Sampai di sekolah, si babi disembunyikan di gudang berkebun. Belum sempat Jennings dan Darbi melaporkan kasus anak babi, eeeh, si babi keburu bua
...more
Maria Kristi
Dec 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: kids-fun
Cerita tentang Jennings memang selalu lucu. Ga pernah bosan tertawa sendiri membayangkan kekonyolan anak-anak kelas 3, dengan Jennings sebagai otaknya.
Permainan Crickets antara bumi dengan makhluk asing, cara menghilang dari ruang terkunci 2 setengah menit sebelum ditemukan, anak babi yang jadi hadiah permainan bowling, dan yang kisah paling menarik adalah saat Jennings dan Darbishire sama-sama mengorbankan apa yang paling mereka inginkan untuk temannya. Buku yang sangat menghibur dan ada pesan
...more
Darnia
Lupa pernah download e-book ini berbulan2 lalu.
Memang yg namanya Jennings kalo gak terlibat masalah gak bakalan seru :D . Berawal dari pertandingan cricket angkasa luar, hingga memenangkan babi di lomba desa dan usaha untuk mendapatkan perangko seri Penemuan Ilmiah terbitan perdana. Semuanya khas Jennings...

Bahkan hanya Darbishire juga yg mampu menguraikan rumus Phytagoras menjadi Wanita indian menunggang kuda nil *ngakak*

Hebohlah...apalagi Jennings :D
Jake Collins
An extremely average Jennings book. The highlight should be Jennings accidentally winning a pig and setting it loose at school, but sadly this comes nowhere near to making the list of classic Jennings mishaps.

Highlight: Darbishre fails to convince Matron that he has a temperature when he accidentally leaves the hot tap running after using it to change his thermometer reading. But there is nothing in this one that should ever be considered for inclusion in the Jennings Hall of Fame!
Indah Threez Lestari
989th - 2011
Jen Pritchard
Jan 21, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
One of my favourite Jennings moments occurs in this book: Jennings as a caterpillar is just too funny for words.
Marchel
Jul 09, 2011 rated it really liked it
Pinjam dari Iyut, terima lewat Mute.
------------------------------------

Siti Sumaiyyah
rated it really liked it
Dec 12, 2010
Michele Brenton
rated it it was amazing
Apr 27, 2012
Ardy Damar
rated it liked it
Jan 24, 2017
Riya
rated it really liked it
Aug 24, 2016
Mike Fitzgerald
rated it liked it
Jan 04, 2018
Jamz
rated it really liked it
Jan 23, 2016
Nurmalahayati Yusuf
rated it really liked it
Aug 16, 2013
Vera Nathalia
rated it really liked it
Mar 01, 2013
ReSti
rated it really liked it
Dec 03, 2008
Asri Larasati Suherman
rated it really liked it
Apr 01, 2014
Speakercoret
rated it liked it
May 29, 2011
Carlyn Craig
rated it it was amazing
Aug 11, 2010
Diba Ilupi
rated it really liked it
Jan 15, 2017
Chris Knowland
rated it liked it
Dec 25, 2014
Sam Denniss
rated it really liked it
Dec 22, 2014
Bnanno
rated it it was amazing
Sep 12, 2017
Mr. David Roberts
rated it it was amazing
Mar 03, 2016
Tony
rated it liked it
Aug 20, 2016
Nonik
rated it liked it
Jul 18, 2014
James Lewis
rated it really liked it
Oct 15, 2017
Prita Indrianingsih
rated it liked it
May 21, 2008
« previous 1 3 4 next »
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Be the first to start one »
Anthony Malcolm Buckeridge was born in London but following the death of his banker father in the First World War he moved with his mother to Ross-on-Wye to live with his grandparents.

At the end of the war they returned to London where he developed a taste for theatre and writing. A scholarship from the Bank Clerks' Orphanage fund permitted his mother to send him to Seaford College boarding schoo
...more

Other books in the series

Jennings (1 - 10 of 24 books)
  • Jennings Goes To School
  • Jennings Follows A Clue
  • Jennings' Little Hut (Jennings, #3)
  • Jennings and Darbishire
  • Jennings' Diary (Jennings, #5)
  • According To Jennings
  • Our Friend Jennings (Jennings, #7)
  • Thanks to Jennings (Jennings, #8)
  • Take Jennings For Instance
  • Jennings As Usual (Jennings, #10)
“The squaw on the hippo? In his mind's eye, Darbishire pictured the wife of a red indian chief, resplendent in feathered head-dress, riding proudly on the tribal hippopotamus.
But how could she be equal to the squaws on the other two sides of the animal? equal in weight? . . . In height? . . . in importance? He stared at the diagram wondering whether it was meant to represent a three sided hippopotamus, but it wasn't easy to imagine what such an animal would look like in real life,
Determined to please Mr Wilkins, he tried again. perhaps the theorem meant she was equal in weight. Supposing you had a very fat squaw, weighing, say, fifteen stone; and two thinner squaws weighing, say, eight stone and seven stone respectively . . . What then?
the scholar's eyes shone with inspiration. He'd got it! seven and eight made fifteen! So the squaw on one side of the hipppotamus would be equal in weight to the sum of the squaws on the other two sides. That meant that the animal would be properly balanced and wouldn't topple over.”
0 likes
More quotes…