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Title: Waßt üwahaupt, Wia Gern I Di Hab? Übertragen In österreichische Umgangssprache;
Author: Sam McBratney
Publisher: Published April 1st 2006 by Bibliographisches Institut, Mannheim (first published 1988)
ISBN: 9783794151165
Status : FREE Rating :
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Das Geschenkbuch für Österreich: Waßt üwahaupt wia gern i di hab? In österreichische Umgangssprache übertragen von Hans Dieter Mairinger · Hochwertige Geschenkbuchausgabe mit Schutzumschlag. Der kleine Hase hat den großen Hasen lieb. Wie lieb? Sooo lieb hat er ihn und breitet die Ärmchen aus. Aber die Arme des großen Hasen reichen weiter. Wie lieb man sich überhaupt haben k Das Geschenkbuch für Österreich: Waßt üwahaupt wia gern i di hab? In österreichische Umgangssprache übertragen von Hans Dieter Mairinger · Hochwertige Geschenkbuchausgabe mit Schutzumschlag. Der kleine Hase hat den großen Hasen lieb. Wie lieb? Sooo lieb hat er ihn und breitet die Ärmchen aus. Aber die Arme des großen Hasen reichen weiter. Wie lieb man sich überhaupt haben kann, das zeigt dieses bezaubernde Buch. "Guess how much I love you," says Little Nutbrown Hare. Little Nutbrown Hare shows his daddy how much he loves him: as wide as he can reach and as far as he can hop. But Big Nutbrown Hare, who can reach farther and hop higher, loves him back just as much. Well then Little Nutbrown Hare loves him right up to the moon, but that's just halfway to Big Nutbrown Hare's love for him.

30 review for Waßt üwahaupt, Wia Gern I Di Hab? Übertragen In österreichische Umgangssprache;

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    This is THE best bedtime story, in my opinion. It was a nightly ritual for my first daughter, and it holds a very special place in our hearts. When it says that the dad bunny leans down and kisses the little one's head, Leah would always lean down and kiss the picture. The page became a little scummy from kiddie goo, and it's PRECIOUS! I will forever cherish my little girl's kisses in the book.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kelli

    This is one of only three board books that continuously survive the purge because I simply can't bear to move it out. I see tiny, invisible handprints all over it, as it was a favorite of both of my children. I received this as a baby shower gift and have easily read it hundreds of times. That it is still occasionally requested at bedtime makes my heart happy. Beautifully illustrated, this story is so sweet that I have never been able to read the ending without a lump in my throat and a hitch in This is one of only three board books that continuously survive the purge because I simply can't bear to move it out. I see tiny, invisible handprints all over it, as it was a favorite of both of my children. I received this as a baby shower gift and have easily read it hundreds of times. That it is still occasionally requested at bedtime makes my heart happy. Beautifully illustrated, this story is so sweet that I have never been able to read the ending without a lump in my throat and a hitch in my voice. How much do I love this book? To the moon. More importantly, how much do my children love this book? To the moon and back. 5 stars. Update 2018: This once again has survived the year end, post-holiday purge. I tossed my beloved camouflage print Vans, my 1992 Cure concert T-shirt and several little monuments to my past that no longer serve me, but I simply cannot release this 11 year old, tattered board book. So on my shelf in the living room it remains, where it continues to make my heart happy.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Someone wanted a story before bed, but someone isn't listening. I wonder if that someone could be Indy boy? And I wonder if that was to put off going to bed?! Of course it is. This is a great little book. One that is a physical story as we do the actions along with the little hare, and the big hare. Our arms stretched wide or high, to show the love. This is a good little book for my son as he does not sit still for a story, but as it's about what 'we' do at home ie., 'I love you to the moon and Someone wanted a story before bed, but someone isn't listening. I wonder if that someone could be Indy boy? And I wonder if that was to put off going to bed?! Of course it is. This is a great little book. One that is a physical story as we do the actions along with the little hare, and the big hare. Our arms stretched wide or high, to show the love. This is a good little book for my son as he does not sit still for a story, but as it's about what 'we' do at home ie., 'I love you to the moon and back' or 'I love you more, I love you 10, I love you 20' - yes this is what we say between bed and closed door as a way to say goodnight - anything that creates harmony around here is a good thing. Recommended book for 2's through to the moon and back of age groups.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Katrina

    Can't the parent just let the kid win one? Even after kid falls asleep, the parent has to one-up the frustrated, exhausted child. Go pick on someone your own size!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Chad

    One of the only books I can read to my daughter where the adult in the book is a male. Most of the books have no men or relegate the father to support-staff roles. Having said that, the book is really a testosterone-fueled look at the competitive indoctrination of little boys. Paraphrase of text: Kid: I love you as million. Dad: I love you a billion. Kid: Can't you let me win once? Dad: Only when you surpass my strength, then I will live vicariously through you. Despite this shortcoming, the illustr One of the only books I can read to my daughter where the adult in the book is a male. Most of the books have no men or relegate the father to support-staff roles. Having said that, the book is really a testosterone-fueled look at the competitive indoctrination of little boys. Paraphrase of text: Kid: I love you as million. Dad: I love you a billion. Kid: Can't you let me win once? Dad: Only when you surpass my strength, then I will live vicariously through you. Despite this shortcoming, the illustrations are great. My daughter loves it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    G Miller

    Okay this is my favorite book in the whole wide world, so I was surprised to see the number of less than favorable reviews. To the guy that thinks (and I use that word liberally) that this book is a allegory for socialism, really? I mean really???? Really????? To everyone else that thinks this book is about a "game of one-upsmanship" or it has a "undercurrent of competition between the parent and the child", You guys could not be more wrong. Is upsmanship even really a word? This book is about the n Okay this is my favorite book in the whole wide world, so I was surprised to see the number of less than favorable reviews. To the guy that thinks (and I use that word liberally) that this book is a allegory for socialism, really? I mean really???? Really????? To everyone else that thinks this book is about a "game of one-upsmanship" or it has a "undercurrent of competition between the parent and the child", You guys could not be more wrong. Is upsmanship even really a word? This book is about the nature of the love that exists between parent and child, no matter how much your children love you, I assure you that it will never be as much as you love them. That's what this book is about. I read this book to my daughter just last night and I've read it to her at least a hundred times. Every time I do, when I flip that last page and read the final sentence, I nearly cry. That's why this is my favorite book in the whole wide world!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mike Spinak

    This may be my least favorite children's book that I've read to the kids. Even worse than the highly commercialized children's books devoid of any value which are made for nothing but the tie-ins to TV shows and toy sales. Guess How Much I Love You turns loving each other into a competition - and one where the child can never win against the parent. I like the idea of parent and child loving each other a lot, but this is so, so wrong of a way to communicate that theme. I found it unpleasant and This may be my least favorite children's book that I've read to the kids. Even worse than the highly commercialized children's books devoid of any value which are made for nothing but the tie-ins to TV shows and toy sales. Guess How Much I Love You turns loving each other into a competition - and one where the child can never win against the parent. I like the idea of parent and child loving each other a lot, but this is so, so wrong of a way to communicate that theme. I found it unpleasant and saddening. It just made me uneasy to read it. And not just me. Ms. K only had to read it to her kids once, before she got rid of it. She felt the same way about it that I did. Yuck. On a positive note, the illustrations are good.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    Nice illustrations. But the tone of the book doesn't strike me as particularly nice. I've known people who always have to win, and they're generally not pleasant to be around. The father figure's need to get in the last word even after the son is asleep reminds me of those unpleasant people, and makes me want to avoid this book.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Julia (ten_thousand_books)

    "I love you right up to the moon- and back." I remember reading this book with my mom when I was little. I found it on sale at my bookstore and bought to so I can read it to my future kids. <3 5/5 stars!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    Adorable. Little back and forth about who loves the other more.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Odette Knappers

    Té schattig dit verhaal!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Klaudia

    Inhalt Der kleine Hase hat den großen Hasen lieb – aber wie lieb eigentlich? Mit seinen Armen will er ihm zeigen, wie groß die Liebe sein kann, also streckt er sie weit von sich. Doch die Arme des großen Hasen reichen viel weiter. Wie weit kann man jemanden lieben? Meine Bewertung Fragt mich nicht, wieso, aber ich habe bei diesem Kinderbuch ernsthaft weinen müssen. Manchmal sind es die ganz simplen Geschichten, die das Herz berühren, und hier ist so eine niedliche Art von Freundschaft und Familiens Inhalt Der kleine Hase hat den großen Hasen lieb – aber wie lieb eigentlich? Mit seinen Armen will er ihm zeigen, wie groß die Liebe sein kann, also streckt er sie weit von sich. Doch die Arme des großen Hasen reichen viel weiter. Wie weit kann man jemanden lieben? Meine Bewertung Fragt mich nicht, wieso, aber ich habe bei diesem Kinderbuch ernsthaft weinen müssen. Manchmal sind es die ganz simplen Geschichten, die das Herz berühren, und hier ist so eine niedliche Art von Freundschaft und Familiensinn dargestellt, dass ich am Ende einige Tränchen der Rührung verdrückt habe. Der kleine Hase will dem großen Hasen nämlich zeigen, wie sehr er ihn lieb hat. In welchem Verhältnis die zwei genau zueinander stehen, wird nicht ganz klar. Sie könnten Freunde oder Elternteil und Kind sein – letztendlich ist das auch ganz egal. Dieses Buch zeigt eindrucksvoll, wie weit Liebe reicht und dass sie keine Grenzen kennt. Die Altersempfehlung bei diesem Buch beträgt drei Jahre, wobei ich denke, dass man auch hier schon mit jüngeren Kindern ansetzen kann. Der Text mit den zahlreichen Bildern lädt dazu ein, die kleine Geschichte auch beim Vorlesen nachzuspielen. Die Illustrationen von Anita Jeram unterstützen Sam McBratneys Geschichte visuell und sorgen für die nötige Auflockerung der Textteile, wobei mich ihr ruhiger Zeichenstil überzeugt hat. Die Farben sind schlicht in Naturtönen gehalten, die vor allem auf dem hochwertigen Papier der Miniausgabe gut hervorstechen, aber nicht zu sehr ablenken. Die Miniausgabe besitzt ebenfalls einen festen Pappeinband, ist leicht und damit auch für kleinere Ausflüge gut geeignet, um in die Tasche gesteckt zu werden. Wem die Miniausgabe zu klein ist, der kann immer noch auf die größere Variante zugreifen. Deren Illustrationen sind dieselben, und gerade für sehr visuell angeregte Kinder gut gestaltet. Das bunte Vorsatzpapier und der passende Einband verstärken den fröhlichen Eindruck dieses Kinderbuchs, das ich allen Familien empfehle, die ausdrücken wollen, wie lieb sie sich haben!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mia Prasetya

    Setiap ayah yang punya anak harus membaca buku ini! Sweet bahkan saat saya menceritakan inti cerita kepada ayah, sampai berkaca-kaca sendiri :p Intinya tentang percakapan anak kelinci yang ingin memamerkan dirinya kepada sang ayah betapa ia mencintainya. Sang anak melompat. Cintaku sebesar lompatanku! Ayah melompat lebih tinggi. Anak tidak kehilangan akal ia membentangkan tangannya, eh ternyata tangan ayah lebih panjang juga. Begitu terus sampai malam menjelang dan sang anak selalu kalah. Akhirny Setiap ayah yang punya anak harus membaca buku ini! Sweet bahkan saat saya menceritakan inti cerita kepada ayah, sampai berkaca-kaca sendiri :p Intinya tentang percakapan anak kelinci yang ingin memamerkan dirinya kepada sang ayah betapa ia mencintainya. Sang anak melompat. Cintaku sebesar lompatanku! Ayah melompat lebih tinggi. Anak tidak kehilangan akal ia membentangkan tangannya, eh ternyata tangan ayah lebih panjang juga. Begitu terus sampai malam menjelang dan sang anak selalu kalah. Akhirnya ia punya akal, "Dad, i love right up to the moon!' dan ia jatuh tertidur karena kelelahan. Saat sang anak sudah tertidur, ayah kelinci menciumnya dan berkata, " I love you to the moon and back" Ah. Indahnya. Jadi pengen peluk-peluk daddy :) I love you, dad. And yes i love you to the moon and back.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Emma

    At risk of offending, I kind of really hate this smug Daddy trying to compete with his son the whole time. Why is it so important to him to show his son that he's bigger and more powerful (at loving, I know, I know, but the point stands) all the time? Just let the kid love you big and give him right back atcha. How frustrated that little nutbrown hare must feel. I think this is a book for parents not for children. And it's fucking sappy. However, Anita Jeram's illustrations are absolutely lovely At risk of offending, I kind of really hate this smug Daddy trying to compete with his son the whole time. Why is it so important to him to show his son that he's bigger and more powerful (at loving, I know, I know, but the point stands) all the time? Just let the kid love you big and give him right back atcha. How frustrated that little nutbrown hare must feel. I think this is a book for parents not for children. And it's fucking sappy. However, Anita Jeram's illustrations are absolutely lovely so props to her and I'm going to find more of her work.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Amelia R. 8B

    Definitely one of my favorite childhood books.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Denine Benedetto

    I HATE this book. What is the message? No matter what the little bunny tries to do, the father bunny has to one-better it. ARGH. I refuse to read this to my child anymore.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Airiz C

    A shot of insulin, please! Sam McBratney's Guess How Much I Love You has lots of saccharine in it—but not to a point it’s cloying, just something that a dreamland-bound kid would surely enjoy. See, there’s no plot of any kind, just a pair of adorable, furry hares (I think they’re father and son) engaging in an equally cute contest on who loves the other more. Anita Jeram’s illustrations are perfectly endearing. I heard there’s a collection of this, and kid or not—geez I just turned twenty!—I’ll A shot of insulin, please! Sam McBratney's Guess How Much I Love You has lots of saccharine in it—but not to a point it’s cloying, just something that a dreamland-bound kid would surely enjoy. See, there’s no plot of any kind, just a pair of adorable, furry hares (I think they’re father and son) engaging in an equally cute contest on who loves the other more. Anita Jeram’s illustrations are perfectly endearing. I heard there’s a collection of this, and kid or not—geez I just turned twenty!—I’ll be glad to have them all. Who knows? I might read them to my own kids in the future. :)

  18. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn

    This is a sweet story where the big bunny (maybe a daddy bunny?--nice touch as there are relatively few books with dads) and the little bunny try to express how much they love one another. The ending phrase seemed a bit trite but perhaps it's because I have heard the phrase so much now, on everything from t-shirts to wall art, that it seems cliche. Not sure if this book was the first one to use it...?

  19. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    OK--I don't get this book. I just picked it up at a thrift store, feeling like Jackson is probably missing out on a major rite of passage if he doesn't read this as a toddler, but I don't get it. So the big nutbrown hare has to outdo the little nutbrown hare every time? It's a competition, is it? Sure, it's pretty and all, but someone needs to explain to me why this is a classic. Is my Mom card going to be revoked for saying that?

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mimi

    Yes, another bunny book... We loved this one to the moon and back ;)

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    I love this book to the moon and back. Also I love my mommy as much as the moon and back.

  22. 4 out of 5

    ✩ Ashley ✩

    ✩ 5 Stars ✩ “. . . to the moon — and back.” ♡

  23. 4 out of 5

    Gerry

    How much is much? Little Nutbrown Hare (LNH) thinks he knows but when he relates to Big Nutbrown Hare (BNH) he falls short whatever he does! LNH is holding on to BNH's long ears as he is being taken to bed and LNH asks BNH if he knows how much he loves him. When BNH says that he couldn't guess how much, LNH stretches his arms out and shows him that the distance between the extremities of each is how much he loves him. Just to show how much he loves LNH, BNH stretches his arms out and says that is How much is much? Little Nutbrown Hare (LNH) thinks he knows but when he relates to Big Nutbrown Hare (BNH) he falls short whatever he does! LNH is holding on to BNH's long ears as he is being taken to bed and LNH asks BNH if he knows how much he loves him. When BNH says that he couldn't guess how much, LNH stretches his arms out and shows him that the distance between the extremities of each is how much he loves him. Just to show how much he loves LNH, BNH stretches his arms out and says that is how much he loves LNB. A little bit taken aback, LNH then stretches upwards as high as he can reach and says that is how much he loves BNH, who responds by stretching upwards and tells LNH that is the extent of his love ... and LNH realises that his arms are long! LNH tries a handstand and tells BNH that he loves him all the way up to his toes but once again he is thwarted as BNH picks him up, swings him high and says, 'And I love you all the way up to your toes.' So LNH then hops high and tells BNH that he loves him as high as he can hop. The latter responds by hopping so high that his ears touch the highest branches of the trees and he tells LNH that is how much he loves him! So LNH decides that he will try another strategy and he says, 'I love you all the way down the lane to the river' to which BNH responds with 'I love you across the river and over the hills.' LNH thinks that is very far and feels sleepy with all the thought he has put in. But just as he is beginning to feel too sleepy to think anymore he looks up at the sky and realises that nothing could be further than the sky. So he tells BNH, 'I love you right up to the moon' and BNH is obliged to say, 'Oh, that's far. That is very, very far.' LNH thinks that he has had the last word ... But as BNH puts him into his bed of leaves and kisses him goodnight, he lies down next to his youngster and he smiles and whispers to him, 'I love you right up to the moon - AND BACK.' Little Brown Hare just cannot win but he does know that the love between the two of them is immense.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Shirley Revill

    This is one of the best night time children's stories ever. Beautiful story and illustrations. Love this children's book. Recommended.

  25. 4 out of 5

    BookishDubai

    What a sweet story! The illustrations are adorable too.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Celeste

    Maravilloso cuento para lectura nocturna. Sin duda, es mi favorito: el amor sencillo, sin condiciones, sin complicadas reglas, completamente desinteresado... ¿Se puede puntuar con 7 estrellas? ;D

  27. 5 out of 5

    Roos

    Een van mijn favoriete prentenboeken allertijden

  28. 5 out of 5

    Camdyn Dahman

    It is so sweet and cute you all of you guys out there should read this book young and old.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Danette

    We read this to our first newborn in 1999 and to all of our children since. 3/2/2018 Read with Julia.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mairi

    The sinister tale of a dysfunctional father son relationship. In the intense family unit at the heart of this narrative, the natural bond of love between parent and offspring becomes twisted into a subject ripe for competition. This can only be described as a masterpiece of the misery memoir, meticulously detailing the pain of early childhood with narcissistic care givers.

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