Olet ilkimys, herra Gummi!

Olet ilkimys herra Gummi Hyv iltaa te onnekkaat pikku pallerot Saammeko esitell ihan hirve n tyypin herra Gummin H n vihaa lapsia p rr isi pikku el imi hauskanpitoa ja hattaraa T ss kirjassa kerrotaan h nest ja yhdest t

Hyv iltaa, te onnekkaat pikku pallerot Saammeko esitell ihan hirve n tyypin herra Gummin.H n vihaa lapsia, p rr isi pikku el imi , hauskanpitoa ja hattaraa T ss kirjassa kerrotaan h nest , ja yhdest tosivihaisesta keijusta, joka asuu herra Gummin kylpyammeessa Kirjassa kerrotaan my s j ttikokoisesta koirasta nimelt Jaska ja pahasta, super ll st ja haisevasta teHyv iltaa, te onnekkaat pikku pallerot Saammeko esitell ihan hirve n tyypin herra Gummin.H n vihaa lapsia, p rr isi pikku el imi , hauskanpitoa ja hattaraa T ss kirjassa kerrotaan h nest , ja yhdest tosivihaisesta keijusta, joka asuu herra Gummin kylpyammeessa Kirjassa kerrotaan my s j ttikokoisesta koirasta nimelt Jaska ja pahasta, super ll st ja haisevasta teurastajahemmosta, joka on ylt p lt roiskeissa Ja on t ss kirjassa my s sankareita ja karkkia ja seikkailuita ja oikeastaan KAIKKEA MAHDOLLISTA kivaa Kirjav litys

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  1. I get to read a lot of children's books in my 3rd job as carer for my very disabled 8 year old, Celyn. She can't see well or play, so stories is where it's at.Mr Gum is a wildly random tale of a positively Dahlian nasty-old-man. The humour has a Python-esque feel to it and delights in running along abstract corridors of word association.It's silly, surreal, often abstract, did I mention silly? And it works enough of the time to pull you through the book and deliver the promised good time.Not an [...]

  2. I haven't genuinely laughed at a book, like I did with this one in a long time. It was completely absurd and completely fun. My kids loved it too and are now walking around exclaiming "The truth is a lemon meringue!" and calling each other "meddling chowder faces" both of which will make sense once you read the booktually they wont make anymore sense but will be funny and make you also want to say them. I highly recommend the audio as it's worth it to hear the author read the "secret bonus story [...]

  3. خیلی عالی بود.خیلی پسندیدمش.یاد رولد دال افتادم.همان قدر که از جودی دمدمی متنفرم به خاطر لوس بودنش،عاشق اینم برای لوس نبودنش!خیلی هنر می خواهد اینطور نوشتن و به بیراهه ی بی مزگی نرفتن.البته به یک بچه ی هشت ساله که دادمش تا بخواند،چون شوخی بعضی قسمت ها را نمی فهمید به اندازه ی من [...]

  4. You're a Bad Man, Mr Gum is one of the funniest books I've read. The first time I read it I was reading it to myself, but I did read my mom the really funny bits. So inevitably I ended up reading it all to her. In my opinion, it's funnier than The Twits. Don't get me wrong-- I LOVE Roald Dahl, it's just that the Twits are the crazy ones and the rest of the world is fairly normal in respect to there are not little girls called Peter and the Twits don't have to keep their garden tidy or an angry f [...]

  5. Even though this is a book designed for 8 or 9 year olds I found myself laughing out loud all the way through at the glorious language employed. Definitely in the vein of Roald Dahl or other absurdists like Spike Milligan this is the first in a series of books about the antics and misadventures of an ageing misanthrope known only as Mr Gum. He's the sort of larger than life character that children will love and if read aloud to the class you'll have trouble controlling them afterwards! He is des [...]

  6. This book made me laugh out loud. It is the incredibly funny story of the complete horror Mr Gum, who has "two bloodshot eyes that stared out at you like an octopus curled up in a bad cave", who has a filthy house but a lovely garden. He's not a keen gardener, but is whacked with a frying pan by the fairy who lives in his bathtub if it gets untidy. A lovely big dog- Jake, who is "as friendly as toast"- takes a liking for rolling around in Mr Gum's garden and leaving him "presents" on the grass, [...]

  7. Herra Gummin puutarha on erittäin kukkaisa ja puutarhainen, toisin kuin talo, joka on ällöttävä haiseva läävä. Syynä on kylpymmeen viemäriaukossa asuva raivokas keiju, joka hakkaa herra Gummin, jos hän ei koko ajan raada puutarhassa. Tämä kirja ilahdutti minua aidosti. Se on älytön. Siinä ei ole järkeä. Niin kuin elämässä yleensäkään. Pahat ovat pahoja. Hyvät ovat kuin sateenkaaren alla olevia hohtavia hedelmämakeisille tuoksuvia yksisarvisia. Ja Jaakko-koira, joka tule [...]

  8. Mr. Gum is indeed a bad man! He poisons dogs, hates little children and even picks his nose and eats his bogies! To make matters worse he is grumpy all the time too. But he has the “prettiest, greeniest, floweriest, gardeniest garden” in the world (if he does not keep the garden tidy then the fairy that lives in his bathtub will hit him over the head with a frying pan!) But along comes Jake the giant dog who destroys Mr. Gum’s garden leaving him to plot evil plans that involve poisonous me [...]

  9. یه کتاب فوق العاده در سبک طنز جوان . حتما حتما حتما به کسانی که به سبک طنز علاقه مند هستند پیشنهاد میشه . بیش از آنچه که فکر میکنید کتابی زیبا ، پرسخن و طناز هستش . High Recommended 100%emad Andy Stanton

  10. Children's books about miserly, nasty, no good, rotten old men go one of two ways. Either the old man is redeemed at the end and Tiny Tim lives, etc. etc. or you get to the end of the book and the miserly, nasty, no good, rotten old man hasn't changed a jot. He's just been thwarted. A kind of Count Olaf ending, if you will. The nice thing about Andy Stanton's Mr. Gum books is that they're written with a two-dimensional villain in place with whom you never, at any point, sympathize. Stanton is a [...]

  11. I just don't want to read any more of these books. Maybe ever. Of course, I think reading them to children would be much more enjoyable. I found the plot and characters too random without enough development. This seems to be like a Dahl book for someone with the attention span of a gnat.

  12. Deliciously ridiculous. The sort of book that some children will love for its silliness/randomness and I personally can't stand. But if it gets kids reading, who am I to judge? I was thinking "X in my class would love this" all the way through. But they're 7 & 8 and I'm in my 40s (so not target audience!) - I won't be reading it as a class novel but I will be recommending it to 1 or 2 boys who I'm sure will love it!

  13. As the title implies, ‘You’re a Bad Man, Mr Gum!’ by Andy Stanton is a story about the horror that is Mr Gum, a fierce old man who hates children, animals, fun and corn on the cob. It is a funny and bizarre tale that takes place in town called Lamonic Bibber where Mr Gum, who lives in a dump of a house, is forced to keep his garden tidy or face the wrath of a bad tempered fairy that lives in his bath tub. When a massive whopper of a dog plays in his garden and leaves it in a mess, Mr Gum p [...]

  14. Mr. Gum is a book by Alan Stanton with illustartions by David TazzymanMr Gum is a nasty man, “an absolute lazer who couldn’t be bothered with niceness and tidying and brushing his teeth”. His house is a complete mess. But he has the “prettiest, greeniest, floweriest, gardeniest garden”. This is not, however, because he enjoys gardening, but due to the frying pan wielding fairy living in his bath who whacks him if the garden isn’t perfect. This first book of the series sees Mr Gum hat [...]

  15. You’re a bad man, Mr Gum! by Andy Stanton, illustrated by David TazzymanOh this is a fun book. Probably aimed at children of about 8 years. It is FUNNY in an outrageous manner and the pictures are wonderful absurd and the language also wonderful. I really enjoyed it (even though I have no 8 year olds in my life). Mr Gum is a very bad man. Ach, let me introduce him as the book does:Good evening. Mr Gum is a complete horror who hates children, animals, fun and corn on the cob. There is also an e [...]

  16. Mr Gum is a nasty man, “an absolute lazer who couldn’t be bothered with niceness and tidying and brushing his teeth”. His house is a complete mess. But he has the “prettiest, greeniest, floweriest, gardeniest garden”. This is not, however, because he enjoys gardening, but due to the frying pan wielding fairy living in his bath who whacks him if the garden isn’t perfect. This first book of the series sees Mr Gum hatching a plan to poison Jake the dog, who loves to roll around in the g [...]

  17. Äh. kakka- ja nonsensehuumorin ystävien napakymppi. Tarkkaavainen lukija huomaa, mitä on odotettavissa, sillä ensilehdelle on painettu kärpäsiä kuhisevia kakkakasoja sekä ketsuppipulloja. Tällä kertaa yllätin pikku tosikon itsessäni, sillä kirjan "huumori" (view spoiler)[Hra Gummia paistinpannulla mätkivä keiju, koiran myrkyttäminen, ilkeily, sadattelu, peli nimeltä teurastajan tikka ynnä muuta ynnä muuta (hide spoiler)] ei jaksanut kauan huvittaa. Plussaa ilmavasti sijoitetus [...]

  18. Ihan ok. Poika (11v) tykkäsi äitiä enemmän ja lukin pikapikaa koko sarjan. Suuresti huvitti mm. luku nimeltä Herra Gummi juo kupillisen teetä, jossa herra Gummi joi kupillisen teetä. Piste. Myös ystävämme Pollyn sivun mittainen oikea nimi aiheutti hepulin. Kirjassa leikitään sillä mitä ja miten voi ja ei voi kirjoittaa. Kirjallisuuden konventioista ja koulun tiukoista ainekirjoitussäännöistä mennään raamit kaulassa ryskytellen sekä yli, ali, että läpi.

  19. Kolme tähteä, koska olo on ristiriitainen. Periaatteessa pidin kovasti kielestä ja kummallisista hahmoista ja jännistä käänteistä ja kirjailijan kommenteista lukijalle, mutta samalla toisiaan haukkuvat hahmot ja ryyppääminen lastenkirjassa (vaikkei kumpaakaan ollut kuin lyhyesti pari kertaa) tuntuu niin väärältä. Herra Gummi ei kuitenkaan menettänyt mahdollisuuksiaan ja aion lukea lisää.

  20. Tein oikein ja luin tämän lapsille iltakirjana. Toimii ääneenluettuna, ja kymppivuotias putosi sohvalta naurusta. Olkoon se neljännen tähden syy. Mitään järkeähän tässä ei sinänsä ole, mutta "jossain kaukana haukkui kana".

  21. Hehee, herra Gummi olikin hauska pätkäisy lukea. Vaikka mukana on vakavia aiheita (koiran myrkyttäminen), on kaikki kuitenkin päällisin puolin niin kepeää, että tätä voi rauhallisin mielin suositella kolmosista ylöspäin. Plussaa paistinpannulla mätkivästä kiukkuisesta keijustakupätkä 14-15.

  22. Hauskahan tämä on ja vinkkaukseen riittää varmasti lukupätkä, jossa selitetään miksi ilkeä, laiska ja kaikin puolin tympeä mölli pitää puutarhansa priimakunnossa.

  23. Ihanasti puhtaan kahjolla ja naurettavalla huumorilla varustettu lastenkirja, jonka absurdius yllätti, ilahdutti ja sai nauramaan ääneen (esim. kokonainen luku 4: herra Gummi juo kupin teetä: Herra Gummi joi kupin teetä, piste, Miksi kannattaa olla Pollyn ystävä, jne). Herra Gummi on ilkeä mörököllimäinen ukko, joka hoitaa puutarhaa vain ettei saisi kylpyammeessa asuvalta äkäiseltä keijulta pataan paistinpannulla :). Särmikkäämmänpuoleinen kuvitustyyli sopii kirjaan hyvin. Mie [...]

  24. I really enjoyed this book because it had a sense of humor which made me laugh and to be honest it was actually interesting. I would reccommend this book to children because it is a child book and I think they would love it and enjoy it and also loe the fact that it would make them laugh, the words in the book are not hard or tricky so I dont think it would be hard for them to read. For me I would rate this a three out of five because its more of a book for a 6 year old, however if I put myself [...]

  25. Good book, definitely a recommended read. A funny book for people aged 6-12 years amazing book.It is a funny book which contains laughter, terror and frustration.The book is about a cunning, cruel man called Mr Gum, A dog called Jake and a person called Friday Lenoir. Mr Gum tries to poison Jake by laying down poisoned eat. In the end Mr Gum dies by being given poison in his food.

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