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Nuts to You , Hörbuch, Digital, 1, 163min
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How far would you go for a friend? In Nuts to You, the funny and moving new novel by Newbery Medalist Lynne Rae Perkins, two squirrels go very far indeed to save a friend who has been snatched up by a hawk. Nuts to You is short, funny, and surprising - an Incredible Journey with squirrels. It will appeal to fans of animal fantasies by Kate DiCamillo, Kathi Appelt, and Avi. The squirrels Jed, TsTs, and Chai are the very best of friends. So when Jed is snatched up by a hawk and carried away to another realm, TsTs and Chai resolve to go after him. New communities are discovered, new friends are made, huge danger is encountered (both man-made and of the fox and bobcat variety) and mysteries are revealed. Nuts to You is wholly original, funny, lively, and thought-provoking. It is a deeply satisfying piece of storytelling about the power of stories to save the world; about the power of friendship and the importance of community. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jessica Almasy. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/reco/008282/bk_reco_008282_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Kathi Hofer. Bottle Village
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Die US-amerikanische Künstlerin Tressa Prisbrey ließ sich nach Jahrzehnten des nomadischen Lebens in Südkalifornien nieder, um dort als Autodidaktin ein beispielloses Dorf zu bauen: 'Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village'. Zunächst sollte dort ihre Sammlung von rund 17.000 Bleistiften beherbergt werden, daraus entwickelte Prisbrey zwischen 1956 bis 1972 eine spektakuläre Architektur aus recycelten Glasflaschen, aus denen sie farbig schillernde Gebäude, Skulpturen und Gehwege baute. 1994 wurde 'Bottle Village' vom Northridge Erdbeben stark beschädigt. Was blieb, sind architektonische Überreste, die Bleistifte sowie ein von ihr verfasster essayistischer Bau- und Lageplan, der autobiografische Züge trägt und sich als Beitrag zum Kunstdiskurs der 1960er Jahre liest. Die Künstlerin Kathi Hofer hat Mrs. Prisbreys brillanten Essay erstmals ins Deutsche übersetzt. Bottle Village erscheint gemeinsam mit dem Originaltext als zweisprachiges Artist's Artist's Book.Tressa "Grandma" Prisbrey (1896-1988) Künstlerin, Sammlerin, Essayistin und Planerin. Sie lebte in Simi Valley, Kalifornien.Kathi Hofer (geb. 1981 in Hallein, Österreich) lebt als Künstlerin in Berlin und Wien.After decades of living like a nomad, US American artist Tressa Prisbrey settled in Southern California, where, without any formal training, she built an extraordinary village that is one of a kind: "Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village". With the initial intention of providing a home for her collection of around 17,000 pencils, between 1956 and 1972 Prisbrey developed spectacular architecture out of recycled glass bottles, creating colourful buildings, sculptures, and walkways. In 1994, Bottle Village was severely damaged by the Northridge earthquake, leaving behind remnants of the architecture, the pencils, and an essayistic building and site plan that she had drawn up, which has autobiographical features and can be read as a contribution to the art discourse of the 1960s. Artist Kathi Hofer has produced the first German translation of Mrs. Prisbrey's brilliant essay. Bottle Village is published together with the original text as a bilingual "artist's artist's book".Tressa "Grandma" Prisbrey (1896-1988)-artist, collector, essayist, and planner-lived in Simi Valley, California.Kathi Hofer (b. 1981 in Hallein, Austria) lives as an artist in Berlin and Vienna.

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Kathi Hofer. Bottle Village
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Die US-amerikanische Künstlerin Tressa Prisbrey ließ sich nach Jahrzehnten des nomadischen Lebens in Südkalifornien nieder, um dort als Autodidaktin ein beispielloses Dorf zu bauen: 'Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village'. Zunächst sollte dort ihre Sammlung von rund 17.000 Bleistiften beherbergt werden, daraus entwickelte Prisbrey zwischen 1956 bis 1972 eine spektakuläre Architektur aus recycelten Glasflaschen, aus denen sie farbig schillernde Gebäude, Skulpturen und Gehwege baute. 1994 wurde 'Bottle Village' vom Northridge Erdbeben stark beschädigt. Was blieb, sind architektonische Überreste, die Bleistifte sowie ein von ihr verfasster essayistischer Bau- und Lageplan, der autobiografische Züge trägt und sich als Beitrag zum Kunstdiskurs der 1960er Jahre liest. Die Künstlerin Kathi Hofer hat Mrs. Prisbreys brillanten Essay erstmals ins Deutsche übersetzt. Bottle Village erscheint gemeinsam mit dem Originaltext als zweisprachiges Artist's Artist's Book.Tressa "Grandma" Prisbrey (1896-1988) Künstlerin, Sammlerin, Essayistin und Planerin. Sie lebte in Simi Valley, Kalifornien.Kathi Hofer (geb. 1981 in Hallein, Österreich) lebt als Künstlerin in Berlin und Wien.After decades of living like a nomad, US American artist Tressa Prisbrey settled in Southern California, where, without any formal training, she built an extraordinary village that is one of a kind: "Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village". With the initial intention of providing a home for her collection of around 17,000 pencils, between 1956 and 1972 Prisbrey developed spectacular architecture out of recycled glass bottles, creating colourful buildings, sculptures, and walkways. In 1994, Bottle Village was severely damaged by the Northridge earthquake, leaving behind remnants of the architecture, the pencils, and an essayistic building and site plan that she had drawn up, which has autobiographical features and can be read as a contribution to the art discourse of the 1960s. Artist Kathi Hofer has produced the first German translation of Mrs. Prisbrey's brilliant essay. Bottle Village is published together with the original text as a bilingual "artist's artist's book".Tressa "Grandma" Prisbrey (1896-1988)-artist, collector, essayist, and planner-lived in Simi Valley, California.Kathi Hofer (b. 1981 in Hallein, Austria) lives as an artist in Berlin and Vienna.

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Kafka's Last Love: The Mystery of Dora Diamant
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The fascinating portrait of the woman who lived with Franz Kafka during the last year of his life-and whose adventures brought her face-to-face with the decisive moments in 20th century European history. In this gripping literary detective story, Kathi Diamant brings to light the amazing woman who captured Kafka's heart and kept his literary flame alive for decades. It was Dora Diamant, an independent spirit who fled her Polish Hasidic family to pursue her Zionist dreams, who persuaded Kafka to leave his parents and live with her in Berlin the year before he died. Although many credit (or blame) her for burning many of his papers, as he had requested, she also held onto many others-papers that the Gestapo confiscated and that have yet to be recovered. Dora's life after Kafka-from her days as a struggling agitprop actress in Berlin to her sojourn in Moscow in the 1930s, from her wartime escape to Great Britain, to her first emotional visit to the new nation of Israel-offers a prism through which we can view the cultural and political history of twentieth-century Europe. Based on original sources and interviews, including never-before-seen material from the Comintern and Gestapo arc

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Kafka's Last Love: The Mystery of Dora Diamant
19,99 € *
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The fascinating portrait of the woman who lived with Franz Kafka during the last year of his life-and whose adventures brought her face-to-face with the decisive moments in 20th century European history. In this gripping literary detective story, Kathi Diamant brings to light the amazing woman who captured Kafka's heart and kept his literary flame alive for decades. It was Dora Diamant, an independent spirit who fled her Polish Hasidic family to pursue her Zionist dreams, who persuaded Kafka to leave his parents and live with her in Berlin the year before he died. Although many credit (or blame) her for burning many of his papers, as he had requested, she also held onto many others-papers that the Gestapo confiscated and that have yet to be recovered. Dora's life after Kafka-from her days as a struggling agitprop actress in Berlin to her sojourn in Moscow in the 1930s, from her wartime escape to Great Britain, to her first emotional visit to the new nation of Israel-offers a prism through which we can view the cultural and political history of twentieth-century Europe. Based on original sources and interviews, including never-before-seen material from the Comintern and Gestapo arc

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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