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„Mu süda hõiskab ja naerab” on järg esimesele Dora-raamatule „Minu õnnelik elu”, mis on eesti keeles juba ilmunud.…Ühel päeval konutab Dora klassis ja põrnitseb tühja tooli enda kõrval.Tooli, millel istus Ella Frida, enne kui ta Norrköpingisse kolis.Pärast seda ei tohi seal mitte keegi istuda, sest kuhu Ella Frida muidu istuks, kui ta tagasi tuleb?„Ella Frida ei tule tagas„Mu süda hõiskab ja naerab” on järg esimesele Dora-raamatule „Minu õnnelik elu”, mis on eesti keeles juba ilmunud.…Ühel päeval konutab Dora klassis ja põrnitseb tühja tooli enda kõrval.Tooli, millel istus Ella Frida, enne kui ta Norrköpingisse kolis.Pärast seda ei tohi seal mitte keegi istuda, sest kuhu Ella Frida muidu istuks, kui ta tagasi tuleb?„Ella Frida ei tule tagasi,” räägib õpetaja.„Ei või iial teada,” pomiseb Dora.Tema ei kaota lootust ka siis, kui kõik tundub olevat lootusetu…...

Title : Mu süda hõiskab ja naerab
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ISBN : 9789949526369
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 123 Pages
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Mu süda hõiskab ja naerab Reviews

  • Liisa
    2019-02-23 06:40

    Ekaluokkalaisen Dunnen ilot ja surut saa kenen tahansa sydämen hyppimään. Superihana sarja.

  • Laura
    2019-02-20 05:29

    This title called out to me from the bookshelf. A laughing heart is such a beautiful idea. My Heart Is Laughing is a tale of friendship, change, and growing up. A very realistic story with teasing, jealousy, joy, and sadness between kids at school. Dani is sad and upset when her best friend moves away. Hurt feelings and miscommunications only add to her sadness and troubles. Children ignoring each other, pinching, and pouting are details kids will relate to for sure, but I do feel like some other issues needed to be discussed as well. For one, the apology—in my opinion—needed to be said. And the running off from school, locking the door, and sneaking around needed to be pointed out and discussed between parent, teacher and child as behavior not to do. Friendship was captured on the pages with warm, expressive illustrations and words. But for me, a few more things needed to be said out loud. Perhaps this story will start a discussion at home with kids about dealing with change and missing someone you love though.

  • Michaela
    2019-02-28 03:15

    Ja na tom mojom dieťati zbankrotujem. Večer jej dám knižku a ona mi ju ju za dve hodiny donesie prečítanú?! Však ešte ani do školy nechodí, ledva oslávila 6 rokov... A že chce nejakú novú... (nebudem ju ťahať k tým neprečítaným, radšej pôjdeme do knižnice :))

  • Barbara
    2019-03-13 07:27

    It's tough to be a kid, especially when your best friend in the whole world moves away. Dani and Ella are inseparable until Ella moves away. Dani's heart is broken, and some of the other girls in her class are cruel to her. Through it all, Dani never gives up expecting her friend to come back and sit in the seat next to her in class.My heart was breaking for Dani as I read this delightful little story of childhood heartbreak. I could easily relate to Dani's feelings as my friends always seemed to move away from me too. This story is very simply and beautifully written. This would make a wonderful read-aloud book for parent and child.

  • Anu
    2019-03-06 08:35

    Nämä vaan on niin suloisia!

  • Reetta Saine
    2019-03-13 09:25

    Tykkäämistä, mustasukkaisuutta, kiusaamista, ystävyyttä, kaikkea. Nää on niiiiiiiin ihania <3.

  • Tasha
    2019-03-12 03:15

    Dani has always been happy, but now that her best friend has moved away to another city, she is unhappy sometimes too. But Dani tries not to think about being unhappy. Dani didn’t know anyone in her class when she started school, but now she does. When two girls in her class both get a crush on the same boy and ask him who likes best, they are amazed when he shows that he’s much more likely to like Dani. Dani tried to keep being friendly with the girls, but neither of them wanted anything to do with her. Dani sat by herself at lunch, but she didn’t mind because she just thought about all of the fun she had visiting her best friend. But then her teacher moved her between the two girls, and Dani was cruelly pinched by them. Dani finally had enough, and reacted by squirting them (and then the teacher accidentally) with sauce. Now it is up to Dani to tell the truth about what happened and to figure out how to find happiness without her best friend at her side.This is the second book featuring Dani, following My Happy Life, which tells the story of how Dani met her best friend and then how she had to move away. In this second book, the focus is on bullying and the author does a great job with it. As the situation escalates, Dani remains apart from the situation for awhile, then finds herself right in the middle of it. I appreciate that Dani is not faultless in the situation in her reaction, but also that she reacts humanly and believably to the situation. Set in Sweden, the stories have a universal appeal but also are clearly not set in the United States. This is a gentle introduction to the subtle cultural differences and a great way to start a discussion about how people are both the same and different in other cultures. Fans of the first book will love the next in Dani’s adventures. This will also find an audience as a read-aloud for teachers wishing to discuss bullying with elementary students. Appropriate for ages 7-9.

  • babyhippoface
    2019-02-20 07:30

    Dani's and her best friend, Ella, have moved away from each other and she misses her terribly. To make matters worse, two girls in school decide to be mean to her because the boy they like seems to like Dani better than them. She tries her best to ignore it and have a happy attitude, choosing to sit alone at lunchtime and concentrate on all the fun she has with her friend Ella when they are together. When the teacher makes Dani move to sit between the mean girls, they pinch her until her arms are red and sore. When she can take it no more, Dani reacts by squirting sauce on both girls--and a little bit on the teacher, too-- and then Dani is the one who is in trouble.While I am not sure the ending where Ella hides in her father's car and comes to visit is very realistic, that was really my only problem with this book. The characters are realistic, Dani is very sympathetic, and the bullying situation is handled well once the truth comes out. The line-drawing illustrations are adorable, as well. Girls who are just beginning smaller chapter books may enjoy this one.

  • Yumara Velazquez
    2019-02-27 02:28

    the book is good.

  • Jovvi Rain
    2019-02-27 10:33

    Very curious book, with unusual artwork, that keeps you interested from page first to page last.Dani is always happy, cause she doesn't count when she isn't.And she loves hamsters. What's not to like?A cute story about bullying and fixing it, lost friends, and yet being friends forever.Read it to kids, but for yourself. ^_^

  • Library Kerry
    2019-02-18 08:23

    Disjointed story. No real point. I don't believe the book's intended age group would be interested. Only reason it isn't a one is because the writing is okay even though the story is not.

  • Sarah
    2019-02-21 03:24

    Two girls in Dani's class start picking on her, making her miss her best friend Ella even more. The story gets quite topsy turvy until it comes to happy ending.

  • Priya Trombino
    2019-03-05 05:28

    The sequel to My Happy Life this book is called My Heart is Laughing. This book was written by Rose Lagercrantz. A girl named Dani seems to always be happy but inside she is sad. Her best friend Ella moved away, now Dani has no one to share secrets with, no one to laugh with and no one to cry with. When Dani is forced to sit with two mean girls named Vicki and Micky she is even more sad. They start to pinch her and then she tries to pour sauce on them because they are driving her crazy but instead of pouring sauce on one of them she pours sauce on her teacher. Dani is now very sad and embraced so she runs home sobbing and the only thing that will cheer her up is seeing Ella. Will she see Ella soon or will the next ten years be the worst years of her life? I would rate this book a eight out of ten. I really like this book because there is some bullying in this book and I like how they have mean girls. This book also teaches a great lesson and can happen in real life. I think this book should have been longer and I also think this book should have had more detail. Over all I really love this book.I think this book is more enjoyable in elementary school. I don't think most 7th graders would like this book but I did. This book has humor, honesty and is of course happy. A lot of people will like this book.

  • Catarina
    2019-02-28 04:40

    This book took me by surprise and I am still deciding how exactly should I start my review. If you have been following the blog for some time you probably have noticed that I love children's fiction. I truly believe that the simplest books are the hardest to write and if you can create something as delightful as Rose and Eva's My Heart is Laughing you should probably get an award.Claudia picked this book for me out of the children's section and told me that I should read it because "it looked like my type of thing". As soon as I read the first lines and saw the cute picture that went with them I understood what she meant. This amazing little book starts with the fantastic affirmation that Dani is happy and goes on saying that she re-writes the endings of sad books so they can have happy endings as well.Dani is a happy girl, she is practical, friendly and imaginative like all children. The thing that most astonished me about this book was how real Dani felt through out the story, it was easy to imagine that she could just pop out of the book and be a real child. We see her laugh and cry, we see her cross and forgiving, everything a child is and we see her doing it all in a day (which is something children also do). For me Dani and her friend Ella represent what most children really are and so it was ever so easy to love them and laugh at their adventure.The adventures of our little heroine show true emotions that children will easily identify with. Approaching themes like bullying and friends moving away Dani shows us how she manage to go through them. I think this is important because it shows children that these problems are real while showing them how to address them. The way that Dani's father handled the bullying showed that it is ok to speak with your parents about it and that they will help you face it. Which is a fantastic message to get across to children.Another thing to love about Dani is her positive view of life. From the first lines in the book where she says she is happy to the last ones where she says it again, Dani keeps her hopes up and although she faces bullying and gets cross manages to get over it and remain happy by deciding to do. Dani also states that she isn't always happy but that she is happy most of the time so she considers herself a happy person which is a very beautiful way to look at life.As this book is part of a series, some of the first chapters seem a little scattered and I lost myself in the narrative. However as soon as I found out that there was another book in this series it all started to make sense, since I had started reading the series in the second volume the chapters were probably referring to information already displayed on the first volume.Eva Eriksson's illustrations are lovely and I truly believed they enhanced the whole reading experience. Children will be delighted with the illustrations while parents read to them or when following Dani's adventures all by themselves. One specific illustration took me back to my own childhood when I read and saw the girls putting their dolls in recovery after surgery since I used to do the same!.My Heart is Laughing stole my heart and I became a true fan of Dani and her adventures. I now have to go and get myself the first book in the series so I can have it on my shelves. This is a book I would recommend to children and parents alike.

  • Encruzilhadas Literárias
    2019-03-04 04:40

    This book took me by surprise and I am still deciding how exactly should I start my review. If you have been following the blog for some time you probably have noticed that I love children's fiction. I truly believe that the simplest books are the hardest to write and if you can create something as delightful as Rose and Eva's My Heart is Laughing you should probably get an award.Claudia picked this book for me out of the children's section and told me that I should read it because "it looked like my type of thing". As soon as I read the first lines and saw the cute picture that went with them I understood what she meant. This amazing little book starts with the fantastic affirmation that Dani is happy and goes on saying that she re-writes the endings of sad books so they can have happy endings as well.Dani is a happy girl, she is practical, friendly and imaginative like all children. The thing that most astonished me about this book was how real Dani felt through out the story, it was easy to imagine that she could just pop out of the book and be a real child. We see her laugh and cry, we see her cross and forgiving, everything a child is and we see her doing it all in a day (which is something children also do). For me Dani and her friend Ella represent what most children really are and so it was ever so easy to love them and laugh at their adventure.The adventures of our little heroine show true emotions that children will easily identify with. Approaching themes like bullying and friends moving away Dani shows us how she manage to go through them. I think this is important because it shows children that these problems are real while showing them how to address them. The way that Dani's father handled the bullying showed that it is ok to speak with your parents about it and that they will help you face it. Which is a fantastic message to get across to children.Another thing to love about Dani is her positive view of life. From the first lines in the book where she says she is happy to the last ones where she says it again, Dani keeps her hopes up and although she faces bullying and gets cross manages to get over it and remain happy by deciding to do. Dani also states that she isn't always happy but that she is happy most of the time so she considers herself a happy person which is a very beautiful way to look at life.As this book is part of a series, some of the first chapters seem a little scattered and I lost myself in the narrative. However as soon as I found out that there was another book in this series it all started to make sense, since I had started reading the series in the second volume the chapters were probably referring to information already displayed on the first volume.Eva Eriksson's illustrations are lovely and I truly believed they enhanced the whole reading experience. Children will be delighted with the illustrations while parents read to them or when following Dani's adventures all by themselves. One specific illustration took me back to my own childhood when I read and saw the girls putting their dolls in recovery after surgery since I used to do the same!.My Heart is Laughing stole my heart and I became a true fan of Dani and her adventures. I now have to go and get myself the first book in the series so I can have it on my shelves. This is a book I would recommend to children and parents alike. - Catarina

  • Storywraps
    2019-02-22 09:44

    This book is a sequel to the acclaimed illustrated chapter book, My Happy Life, (A New York Times Notable Children's Book). This is the story of Dani, a happy little girl who loves to see the bright side of life, especially when her best friend Ella is by her side. But alas, Ella moves away to another town and Dani has a very hard trying to get on with her life. She tries to befriend the other girls in her class but they are mean and snub her attempts. She finds herself isolated at school with only thoughts of her missing best friend swirling around in her head to keep her company. The teacher notices Dani's isolation at lunch hour and suggests she go and join the other kids at their tables. Unfortunately she is placed right between Micky and Vicky, the very two girls who are giving her lots of attitude and trouble. Oh my, what is she to do now?She innocently reaches across the table to get the sauce bottle and that's when things erupt in the lunch room. The two girls start to make fun of her and their verbal abuse towards Dani escalates into the physical realm, causing Dani to make a move to protect herself. Dani has had enough and takes matters into her own hands to prevent herself from being bullied and hurt even more. You will cheer her on at that moment and encourage her to .... go girl... as things take a turn for the worse if that is possible. She suddenly realizes there will be consequences for her actions and frightened she runs out of the school and home. Despondent and feeling hopeless about her circumstances and herself, she goes into her room and has a well deserved meltdown. Her dad comes home and picks up the pieces of his little broken girl and starts putting her back together again. ..piece by piece. With love and understanding they work through Dani's crisis exposing the truth as to why Dani made the decision she did and finally Dani's heart is filled with happiness again. This is a story of friendship, loyalty and love. Those ingredients can make the perfect cocktail to bring happiness into one's heart permanently. I highly recommend this book.

  • Katie Fitzgerald
    2019-02-20 05:15

    In My Happy Life, best friends Dani and Ella experience the great joy of finding one another in their class at school and the devastating possibility of losing one another when Ella finds out that she must move away. In this sequel, though she still saves a seat for Ella at the empty desk beside hers, Dani has gotten to know many of her classmates, including Meatball, Cushion, Vicky, and Mickey. To her great surprise, though Vicky and Mickey are in love with him, Cushion gives Dani a piece of gum and asks her to go out with him. This causes Vicky and Mickey to begin bullying Dani, which disrupts her usually cheerful outlook on life. Only one person can make Dani feel better, so it's a good thing Ella is able to drop in for a visit!Like the first book, My Heart is Laughing is a touching story, which gets right to the heart of childhood emotions. Just as children are very in tune with how everything makes them feel and very expressive about those feelings, the text in this story is intense, and the mood changes dramatically depending on what is happening to Dani in the moment. Dani's love for her best friend - and the empty seat beside her which represents that friend's absence - is very real and very important to her, and kids will empathize strongly with her longing to be with Ella. Kids will also identify with Dani's indecision about how to handle the bullying that happens at school, and they will be pleased when adults do eventually intervene.At times, the language in this book falls flat as compared with the lively prose of the first volume, but at other points, it completely nails the details of the age group, the classroom environment, and Dani's and Ella's friendship. Because the book is translated from Swedish, the language also just sounds different, which causes it to stand out from other beginning chapter books. The line drawings, some of which fill entire pages, are also a wonderful asset to the book, as the characters' faces are very emotive and serve to contextualize the events of the story.Both My Happy Life and My Heart is Laughing will appeal to girls who have enjoyed gentle tales like the Princess Posey and Violet Mackerel series.

  • Gal
    2019-03-09 02:43

    Nothing makes me happier than cute children's books! And this series is easily the cutest!!!

  • Mehsi
    2019-03-01 10:28

    Received this book from Netgally in exchange for an honest review.I can say this: I loved this one. It was super super cute, fluffy and fun to read. The illustrations really brought the story to life and I was laughing and also crying at some of the things happening.The main character was really cute, and I felt sorry for her. Sorry that she lost her friend, sorry that she was being bullied/teased by those 2 girls, but I was also happy for her, happy that she had such a good friend (even though they were far apart), that she had great parents and a few other things.I loved the dad. How he was at first angry with Dani, and trying to get her to tell why she did what she did, but later was angry at those children for hurting his little girl. I loved how he just stormed out and went to the school to let those girls say sorry instead.The parts in-between these events (the sleepovers, the chat about Ella) were really fun, and I enjoyed reading them. Smart kids, using a chair to climb a tree, though yes I can imagine the parents might not actually like them taking the chairs (and then losing them).And extra love to the title, which made me laugh and feel happy.I would really recommend this book to children (young ones will love it, be it that they read it themselves or being read by their parents). Even adults will love this cute little story. I will be sure to also check the first book.Review first posted at http://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  • Lady
    2019-03-04 07:18

    Bullies And Tantrums Make Loneliness WorseThis is a chapter book written for grade school readers and the illustrations are adorable. It is about a girl who misses her best friend and refuses to ever admit she is sad or lonely or angry. Instead she isolates herself keeping her best friend's seat ready for her impossible return. I am not sure it is appropriate for children who have been bullied but it might be okay to teach children who bully not to. (I really don't understand why all the children were not punished but maybe it is a cultural thing.) If you do allow your child to read this boom make sure you talk to them about how it is unsafe to stow away in cars and run away from school. Other than those two issues I think the book illustrates how horrible bullying is and how it may be easy to pick in the quiet lonely kid but it is never right to. At least Dani always looks on the bright side I guess! The ending was sweet with all the kids being excited to see Dani's best friend again and all plying together while not even noticing the bullies' absences.***This book is a first chapter book written at a 2nd-3rd gr reading level and may be appropriate for children who are starting to bully to read or to teach children why bullying is wrong (but IMHO it is NOT appropriate for children who have been the victims of bullying or are easily impressionable as there are some questionable behaviors exhibited)

  • Sharon
    2019-03-09 09:36

    Review: 3 ½ out of 5 starsMy Heart is Laughing is a beautifully illustrated children’s book that focuses on a young girl named Dani who hopes that one day her best friend Ella who has moved away will return home; she has a difficult time making friends and is picked on by two other girls in her class both verbally and physically. Dani was a really sweet character and convincing in her actions; her feelings had been hurt, she missed her best friend and she also felt guilt over an incident at school, she was a character you could sympathise with but one I also admired for her positivity and upbeat attitude.We have dealt with bullying most recently at school so it was interesting to see how this aspect was dealt with but unfortunately for us it was unrealistic; Dani’s father’s reaction was certainly believable but the events which followed not so much. I didn’t realise this book was a part of a series but we are keen to read the first book to see how it all started. We liked Rose Lagercrantz simplistic writing which was quite easy for my 7 year old to read and to also comprehend.The illustrations were absolutely beautiful and captured the text perfectly.Overall, an enjoyable story of a sweet young girl and her best friend that ends on a positive note; the true to life story was written well despite it being very different to our experiences.I received a copy of this via the publisher/Netgally, in exchange for an honest review.

  • Nalice
    2019-03-04 10:16

    Tällaista suosittelee ihan ilolla (:

  • Amy
    2019-03-08 07:35

    Cute children's chapter book that deals with different emotions.

  • Barbara
    2019-03-18 06:34

    This sequel to My Happy Life finds the ever-irrepressible Dani facing a situation at school that makes her decidedly unhappy. Since Dani almost always looks on the bright side of life, this is new territory for her. I love how the author describes her: "She doesn't like unhappy. It makes her go to pieces. That's why she makes new endings for stories with unhappy endings" (p. 7). She still misses her best friend Ella, and when her new friends Vicky and Mickey turn on her over the attentions of Cushion, a classmate on whom they have a crush, they treat her cruelly, even pinching her. Dani doesn't know what to do, and after the situation escalates, she leaves school for the day. Things are resolved neatly once her father and her teacher realize what has been going on, and there is a nifty little surprise at the end of the story. My own heart is filled with joy and a giggle or two at the wonderful Dani, and I enjoyed every line of this short chapter book as well as its lovely sketches of Dani's world.

  • Dawn
    2019-03-04 07:19

    If you're looking for an early reader for your 2nd grader (or older)this is the one! The author & illustrator of this gentle story happen to be best friends in real life and have carefully crafted a story that not only allows independent reading for emerging readers, but it teaches a lesson on friendship, bullying & the importance of being happy. The book is 119 pages, 14 chapters (many of them just a few pages and w/even fewer words on the page!) I love the very simply drawn pencil etchings that help move the story without being a distraction on the page. The team that created this book are Swedish which may have something to do w/the slightly interesting way the words are used to tell the story but I would definitely recommend this story to an exceptionally strong 1st grade reader but think it's better suited for 2nd grade and up.

  • Sarah
    2019-02-21 09:15

    My children and I were very excited to read this, as we had loved My Happy Life, the previous book about Dani. This new entry in what I hope will be a series does not disappoint. Once again, we stayed up past bedtime to finish the book and once again the story finds a perfect balance between familiarity and drama. One moment my kids were laughing and saying, "Our school is just like that!" and the next they were gasping at the audacity of Dani's exploits and the heroism of her dad, who storms into the school to confront the bullies. The pictures could stand alone as little masterpieces, capturing every nuance of the children's feelings through their expressions and body language. The writing is equally good, and the translator deserves recognition for invisibly rendering it into English.

  • Cassie
    2019-03-18 04:42

    For the most part I enjoyed this book. The illustrations and writing level made me picture the students as third graders. And they don't typically ask each other out. That is one detail that doesn't sit well with me. I'm a big believer in letting children enjoy childhood and not having them grow up so quickly.What I did love about this book was Dani'so happy nature and the way it addressed bullying. Of course the two mean girls did not want to apologize and weren't required to, despite he teacher's efforts. Howver, Dani offering forgiveness irregardless of their attitude was such a sweet moment. If only we could forgive so easily once we grow up.

  • Jennifer
    2019-03-05 05:35

    I read this in Swedish, loaned it because it's a popular series among girls at my school library. This is the second book, where Dunne is missing her recently moved B.F.F., Ella Frida. There are only good things to say about this book! The illustrations are adorable and full of expression. Dunne is funny and positive, even if she has a couple upsetting and pouty moments. She just really wants to spend time with her best friend, and when she can't she wants to daydream about the times they've had together. It captures childhood and elementary school in such an honest and light story. So sweet, and fun that the series is translated into English.

  • Diane
    2019-02-27 06:25

    "This story is about the day they (Mickey and Vicky) both fell in love with Cushion."Dani is trying to stay happy ... even though her best friend, Ella, has moved away. But when Cushion seems more interested in Dani rather than Mickey & Vicky, the girls begin to exact a revenge on Dani. They ignore her, make fun and finally pinch her while they are sitting next to her at lunch. That's the last straw and Dani squirts them with sauce. Her father is angry with Dani until she shows him the bruises. Then he immediately heads to the school to straighten things out. Themes: bullies, friendship,

  • Tricia
    2019-03-05 02:36

    Your heart will be laughing, too, when you read this chapter book, generously illustrated with irresistible pencil sketches. Dani dreadfully misses her soulmate Ella, who has moved away. Flashbacks show the two of them sharing adventures and mischief, while the present is much different: Lonesome Dani is the victim of two mean girls. Running away doesn't solve her problems, but an understanding father and a surprise visit from Ella make the sun come back out. Lagercrantz and Eriksson are old friends themselves, and text and illustration work so well it's impossible to imagine one without the other. Sublime!