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by Kate Seredy

eBook The Good Master download ISBN: 0590445502
Author: Kate Seredy
Publisher: Scholastic (June 30, 1991)
Language: English
Pages: 196
ePub: 1333 kb
Fb2: 1190 kb
Rating: 4.1
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The Good Master (1935) is a children's novel written and illustrated by Kate Seredy. It was named a Newbery Honor book in 1936

The Good Master (1935) is a children's novel written and illustrated by Kate Seredy. It was named a Newbery Honor book in 1936. The Good Master is set in the Hungarian countryside before World War I and tells the story of wild young Kate, who goes to live with her Uncle's family when her father can't control her and at the end she goes back to her father.

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The Good Master book. Kate Seredy does a great job of keeping the narrative flowing, with each chapter segmented almost like a snapshot of an event in the story. It would seem that she also has a partiality for folktales and fables as there are several instances of older characters recounting such stories to Jancsi and Kate, which while it was a bit different I didn't find it a negative.

Kate Seredy's "The Good Master" is a charming historical novel which chronicles the adventures of Jansci and Kate, young cousins growing up in pre-world war Hungary

Kate Seredy's "The Good Master" is a charming historical novel which chronicles the adventures of Jansci and Kate, young cousins growing up in pre-world war Hungary. The mischievous, uncontrolled Kate is sent to Jansci's father's farm for reforming, and at first doesn't like the idea one bit. However, she eventually finds healing and peace through encountering the natural beauty of the country, the joy of handling animals, and the unselfish love of Jansci's family.

Title: The Good Master By: Kate Seredy Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 192 Vendor: Puffin Books Publication Date: 1986 Dimensions: . 5 X . 6 (inches). Weight: 2 pounds ISBN: 014030133X ISBN-13: 9780140301335 Ages: 10-14 Series: Newbery Library Stock No: WW301335. Publisher's Description. ▲. A Newbery Honor Book - from the author of The White Stag Jancsi is overjoyed to hear that his cousin from Budapest is coming to spend the summer on his father’s ranch on the Hungarian plains.

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Kate Seredy wrote The Good Master after she emigrated to America. A vivid evocation of life on the Hungarian plains at the beginning of the twentieth century, it is also a lament for the end of a traditional way of life which Bartok himself explores in his music

Kate Seredy wrote The Good Master after she emigrated to America. A vivid evocation of life on the Hungarian plains at the beginning of the twentieth century, it is also a lament for the end of a traditional way of life which Bartok himself explores in his music. The writer Meg Rosoff loved the book as a child and remembers in particular the attractions of a simple, seasonal lifestyle - horse-riding, spinning and weaving, country fairs and gypsy dancing, cooking and feasting - to a girl such as herself, who grew up in the suburbs and shopped in supermarkets. Returning to the book as an adult,.

Jancsi is overjoyed to hear that his cousin from Budapest is coming to spend the summer on his father s ranch on the Hungarian plains. A Newbery Honor Book - from the author of The White Stag Jancsi is overjoyed to hear that his cousin from Budapest is coming to spend the summer on his father's ranch on the Hungarian plains.

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Comments: (7)
Ddilonyne
I had never heard of this book before I found it on Amazon and looked at reviews. My granddaughter is 8 and is an advanced reader with an outstanding vocabulary, but she is still only 8 and is not ready to process disturbing material--and I don't want her to internalize it! So I choose books and read them myself. This 1935 book has a bucolic setting in Hungary, but the farm is not idealized, and the characters all work hard at chores. The two children have engaging personalities, naughty in a Tom Sawyer kind of way, and the action is lively and dangerous but no one is ever seriously injured. The only possibly disturbing sequence is in a storytelling segment about Atilla the Hun (these are after all Hungarian characters) in which his military history is told in plain terms. Raiding and fighting and killing are mentioned, but not raping. The context is a legend that the Milky Way is Atilla's army, which can come back from the sky. All in all, the story is encouraging, uplifting, wholesome, and entertaining--but in no way namby-pamby or prissy. This would be a good read-aloud book.
Sagda
Wonderful children's chapter book, with lush pencil illustrations of Hungarian farm life prior to (and in the next volume during) WWI.

One of my top 10 children's chapter books.

The book is great for reading out loud for 10 and under, or for beginning readers. The author has a feel for the rhythm of seasons in country life that any farmer across the world would appreciate.
CopamHuk
In 1964, my third-grade teacher read this book to us. The whole class was held spellbound by the tale of the headstrong Hungarian city girl who is sent to live with her uncle, aunt, and cousin in the country. Recently, I bought it and read it with my own eyes for the first time. It still holds up!
Ghordana
I was first exposed to this story in 5th grade back in the 1960s. It's been one of my favorites ever since.

As a teacher, I read the story to my class. They were enthralled by the adventures of Kate & Janci. I used the story as part of my multi-cultural program. Besides giving a glimpse into what the world was like when their grandparents and great grandparents were young, the way the author incorporates customs and folk lore into her books expands the horizons of my students on many levels. Through the years I've shared this book with hundreds of children in many grade levels. Both boys and girls can relate and Kate is not hampered by out-dated expectations of being a "good" girl. She is as robust and couragous as her male cousin.

I'm now buying this and the sequel, The Singing Tree for my god daughter.

Whether they can read the adventures for themselves or are listening to the tale as part of a nightly installment, children will enjoy participating vicariously in the adventures of Kate & Jansi.
Foiuost
I was delighted to find a copy of this book with illustrations by Kate Seredy - Her choice of color based in traditional Hungarian design is as much a part of the pre WWI story of life on the plains of Hungary. I read this story as a child after I first read 'The Singing Tree.'

During 1939 and 1940 we were hearing bits of what was happening in Europe and the story in 'The Singing Tree' although about an earlier world war, brought the news down to my eight and nine year old level - I admired how the women and children kept life going until the Uncle returns. Then I had to read 'The Good Master.'

There are many publications of 'The Good Master,' a story about life on the Hungarian plains, with a cover illustration taken from inside the book. However, for me it was not the same until I found a copy of the original illustrated cover with all the color and tradition of Hungarian folk art to pass on to the child of a friend.

Also, there is something special about giving a gift of a used book. There is wonder in knowing someone had read the story and you are following, holding a book just as they held the book while reading the same story.
Worla
Kate Seredy's "The Good Master" is a charming historical novel which chronicles the adventures of Jansci and Kate, young cousins growing up in pre-world war Hungary. The mischievous, uncontrolled Kate is sent to Jansci's father's farm for reforming, and at first doesn't like the idea one bit. However, she eventually finds healing and peace through encountering the natural beauty of the country, the joy of handling animals, and the unselfish love of Jansci's family.

This book is intended for a 10-12 year old audience, but could be read aloud to a younger child, or enjoyed by an adult. Seredy's prose is extremely well written, and the adventures of the cousins touching and humorous by turns.

After reading the "Good Master", you will almost certainly find yourself purchasing the sequel, "The Singing Tree" .
Granijurus
The rave reviews of this book are true. Kate Seredy (prounounced SHARE-ed-ee) did a wonderful job on this book. My children (a girl, 9, and a boy, 6) both really loved this book, and it's not always easy to find stories that suit both of them at the same time. To tell the truth, I think my wife and I fully enjoyed the book as much as the children. Buy the hardcover, because it's likely to become a well-worn favorite.
I really can't praise Seredy enough on her work in this book - it's full of life, makes good points and lessons, is fun and humorous, a well-told story, and has beautiful charcoal illustrations by the author. (I only wish these drawings were presented in a finer fashion, as befits them. One can only hope this will be remedied in a future edition.)
Apparently, Seredy started out as an illustrator of children's books, and only began writing late in her career. Too bad, because she is a master of both crafts, and one suspects there is a strong autobiographical element in the charming but mischievous character of Kate. Whatever its genesis, this is a spellbinding tale. Buy this book - your children will love having it read to them, and you will love reading it.