Rasmus and the Vagabond – Review and Giveaway

Review and Giveaway of Rasmus and the Vagabond

I am always on the look out for books that my reluctant reader will enjoy, so when I was offered the chance to review Rasmus and the Vagabond by Astrid Lindgren I gladly accepted. I recently read Pippi Longstocking for the first time are fell in love with the story and Astrid Lingren’s writing style.

About the book

After running away from an orphanage, nine-year-old Rasmus finds the world a cold and unfriendly place until he befriends an extraordinary tramp called Paradise Oscar. Together they meet more adventure than they ever imagined, solve a mystery, and catch the culprits.

Rasmus dreams of finding a family and a home someday. But when he does, will he be able to part with his new friend and life on the road?

 

About the Author

Astrid Lindgren is the author of dozens of world-famous books. She has thrilled three generations of children with her story telling and holds numerous awards and honors.

Rasmus and the Vagabond review

What We Thought

Rasmus and the Vagabond is 180 pages full of excitement. Simple black and white illustrations are sprinkled throughout the story add to the fun. It is a page turner that we didn’t want to put down! Each chapter is full of adventure that will be enjoyed by boys and girls alike. Unexpected twists and turns leave you wanting more.

The story tells of a boy who feels unwanted and unloved so he goes on a search to find parents who want him. It is a good old-fashioned story of a simpler time. Themes of friendship, family, and honesty fill the book. It is a beautiful classic. We loved everything about this book and I can’t wait to read even more titles from the amazing author, Astrid Lingren.

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Comments

  1. I always loved the Mr. Putter and Tabby books as a child. There was one, trying to remember the name, where a guy travels in a hot air balloon. However, I also loved that book, had to do a project for English class and it came out great! Wonderful Giveaway, I also loved Pippi Longstocking <3

  2. Megan Swinney says:

    chica chica boom boom 🙂

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