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ISBN:0027746712
Author: Daniel Manus Pinkwater
ISBN13: 978-0027746716
Title: Borgel
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ePUB size: 1329 kb
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Language: English
Publisher: Atheneum (May 1, 1990)
Pages: 170

Borgel by Daniel Manus Pinkwater



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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Melvin recounts his extraordinary adventures in time and space with his 111-year-old sort of great-Uncle Borgel.

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Daniel Manus Pinkwater. html?hl ru&id 2PSsHwdm5RYC. A clever, funny, off-the-wall story. When Uncle Borgel shows up at the Spellbounds with 32 small, black suitcases and moves into the back room, he seems like an Old World refugee. He lives with his wife, the illustrator and novelist Jill Pinkwater, and several dogs and cats in a very old farmhouse in New York's Hudson River Valley. Библиографические данные.

He attended Bard College. Well-known books include Lizard Music, The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, Fat Men from Space, Borgel, and the picture book The Big Orange Splot. He attended Bard College

Daniel Manus Pinkwater (born November 15, 1941) is an American author of children's books and young adult fiction. His books include Lizard Music, The Snarkout Boys and the Avocado of Death, Fat Men from Space, Borgel, and the picture book The Big Orange Splot. He has also written an adult novel, The Afterlife Diet, and essay collections derived from his talks on National Public Radio. Many elements of his fiction are based on real events and people he encountered in his youth.

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Melvin recounts his extraordinary adventures in time and space with his 111-year-old sort of great-Uncle Borgel
Reviews: 7
Wymefw
This book is awesome, this is Harry Potter decades before Harry Potter. Coolest book ever.
Castiel
Fun, smart, silly, sweet and sassy and generally awesome.
Bulace
Perfect Book! Fun to read to kids!
Inabel
Masterpiece.
IWantYou
I discovered the works of Daniel Pinkwater through one of my nieces, who happened to name her two cats after two characters from "Borgel." Daniel Pinkwater possesses a sheer, mad comic genius. He spins tales that are wildly funny and entertaining, and yet manages to squeeze in a lesson. (Even if that lesson is that animals are stupid or to never listen to what a fish says.)

"Borgel" tells the story of Melvin Spellbound and his uncle Borgel. Borgel is of no clear relation and shows up one day out of the blue. He stays in his room for weeks at a time and the family children may only enter through invitation, wearing a tie. One night Melvin is invited to Borgel's room and he believes that they are running away. They wind up on an adventure through space-time-and-the-other.

Pinkwater peppers his story with hilarity mixed with reality. Borgel and Melvin's space travels are delightfully funny and deepen our appreciation of the wide cast of characters, including Fafner the dog and Freddie the Grivnizoid, as they search space and Hell for the Great Popsicle. Throughout all his whimsy and witty words, Pinkwater truly makes us care about the characters and wraps up a story that may seem to have wandered so far that there would be no coming back. Just like what would happen in space travel, if the Dorbzeldge was to drift past the road barriers.
Nagis
This is a fun, light story reccomended for children of all ages, and for parents looking for a decent laugh.
The narrator's insane foreign uncle shows up at his door (He could be Norwegian, because of his dog's name or the sort of tea he likes to drink, but he also has a vaguely Yiddish accent in the audio edition I'm familiar with, and tells stories that sound vaguely like Aesop's fables) and trains the narrator as a time tourist, a person capable of traveling through space and time, and the narrator tells of a series of madcap adventures (Think "Pinocchio","Hitchhiker's guide", or "The Adventures of Baron Munchausen") through outer space, having a dog swear at him,watching an energy being looking for planets to devour, or watching his uncle zapped into another time.
The way Pinkwater reads aloud his books, the characters all talk differently but you can still understand what they're saying.
Great fun for the whole family.
Fog
The book Borgel is hilarious.
I am 12 years old and I think it is great,
yet I know a 40 year old that also loves it.
I would reccomend this book to anyone that enjoys slapstick humor.

Borgel is about apretty normal boy
that has adventures in space with an abnormal person named Borgel. In space, they search for a cosmic popsical with magic powers.
They encounter some really weird, interesting, and funny things on their journey to find the magical popsical.

The characters in this book are very well developed, the plot is very creative and original, and it will keep practically anyone entertained.

It is hard to go wrong with this book.
A short, simple book that made me laugh (Fafner the self-centered, talking dog is a hoot!). Although it's mostly an adventure novel of a young boy, it made me think too. The end message I took away - that there is always good in this world/universe/time-space-other - is powerful. And the absurdist plots, such as searching for a very large popsicle, make the path to that message utterly enjoyable.