The Robber Hotzenplotz

The Robber Hotzenplotz The robber Hotzenplotz works hard at his job waking early to hide behind the gorse bushes in the woods and wait for unsuspecting victims One morning Kasperl s grandmother is sitting in the sun outsid

  • Title: The Robber Hotzenplotz
  • Author: Otfried Preußler Anthea Bell F.J. Tripp
  • ISBN: 9781590179611
  • Page: 414
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Robber Hotzenplotz

    The robber Hotzenplotz works hard at his job, waking early to hide behind the gorse bushes in the woods and wait for unsuspecting victims One morning Kasperl s grandmother is sitting in the sun outside her house, grinding coffee in her new musical coffee mill, a birthday gift invented by Kasperl and his best friend Seppel, when suddenly Hotzenplotz, hearing the music, surThe robber Hotzenplotz works hard at his job, waking early to hide behind the gorse bushes in the woods and wait for unsuspecting victims One morning Kasperl s grandmother is sitting in the sun outside her house, grinding coffee in her new musical coffee mill, a birthday gift invented by Kasperl and his best friend Seppel, when suddenly Hotzenplotz, hearing the music, surprises Grandmother and steals her mill Sergeant Dimplemoser hears Grandmother s cries and comes to her aid, but Hotzenplotz has evaded the useless police for years So Kasperl and Seppel vow to catch the robber themselves But catching robbers is not as easy as all that.Kasperl and Seppel soon discover that even the best laid plans can be foiled, especially when Hotzenplotz enlists the help of his wicked magician friend, Petrosilius Zackleman, a gluttonous villain with a weakness for fried potatoes A merry tale of two scoundrels, two friends, a frog fairy, and one unforgettable escapade, enlivened further by F J Tripp s witty pen and ink drawings.

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    1. Felicitas

      I do not remember reading the Hotzenplotz books as a child (or listening to them being read to me). But I don't like Kasperle-stories and so I was not that enthusiastic when my 4 year old son insisted we lend the first book from our public library.But it was fun! I love the writing. The language is simple but beatuiful, it has a melodic ring. You can laugh at and with the characters. And the story is exciting but never frightening.Great book for children of that age, maybe especially for boys. W [...]

    2. Vivek Tejuja

      I steer clear from most children’s fiction. I don’t know why but that has always been the case – more or less. There are some books though that catches my fancy and I happened to literally bump into “The Robber Hotzenplotz” by Otfried Preussler online and couldn’t resist getting my own copy (on request from publisher) and I was more than pleasantly surprised by the book. The story is simply told. The plot is of two boys – around eight or nine year olds – who are best friends – [...]

    3. Jamie Langes

      This book is among the first that captivated me and fueled my passion for reading when I was younger. This is an excellent story for children to be read aloud. The chapters are just long enough for the child to be interested, but not too long that they squirm. The storyline is equisitely fluid and the two main characters are lovable from the start. It reads like your typical fairytale with a robber, a magician, wishes, and a plotline that takes you to grandma's house, a thief's hideout, a myster [...]

    4. JP

      I read the books by Otfried Preussler when I was just a little girl, but I enjoy them to this date as much as I did as a child. I think this is probably one of my most often listened to audio book that I own. I generally play it at least once a month before I go to bed, sometimes even more often.The story tells of cunning, friendship and magic. Of two boys that try to trap the robber for the police and who then experience their adventure of their life. I can only recommend it. If you love childr [...]

    5. Emilis Kuke

      Svaiginanti nuotykiais. Daug malonumo patyriau skaitydamas. Knyga prašosi vietos mano knygų lentynoje, ir jau gavo savo kertelę mano širdyje. Prisipažinsiu, kad skaitant vis skambėdavo Sauliaus Myklaičio daina "Plėšikas Hocenplocas":„Aš plėšikas Hocenplocas, čia lindynėj gyvenu,Nieks manęs nemyli, gal todėl, kad negražus?Kai gimiau barzdau žėlėO-o-o-O aš nekaltas iš tiesųŠitaip jau gamta sutvėrėPasikeisti negaliuNegaliu, Negaliu“Knygos rašymo stilius įtaigus ir op [...]

    6. Andrew Creak

      This is my favourite child hood book to which I must thank Mr Moore my year 3 & 4 teacher in my primary school who read this to the class and made me fall in love with reading, I've always loved story's but not so much reading I remember my excitement when my uncle bought me a copy, I still have that copy half a decade later and is a pride possession of my child hood. Every one who enjoy fun children's story's should read this!

    7. Neri.

      The robber Hotzenplotz is one of my favorite characters. The stories about him are timeless and great to read for everyone.

    8. Dinielfe

      Hab das Buch auf der Arbeit im Kinderhort gelesen. Fazit: "Die haben so viel im Buch geändert, dass er gar nicht mehr zum Film passt!"Traurig! An alle Erzieher: Bücher lesen!

    9. Keiry

      I read this story to Elias (6). It's a super cute story, has a couple of curse words. but that was easily changeable as I was reading out loud.

    10. Jane

      Come on - The Robber Hotzenplotz? Preussler had me with the title alone. And it's a cracking good story, to boot, with amusing illustrations and funny asides from the narrator. This would make an excellent read aloud for boys in particular.

    11. El Templo

      *Si te gustan las historias de aventuras, de humor, de fantasía y de misterio, ¡sigue leyendo!*La abuela está encantada con el nuevo molinillo de café que le han regalado Jaimito y Pepe, pero el bandido Saltodemata quiere uno exactamente igual y hace lo que mejor saben hacer los bandidos: robarlo. Rápidamente, la policía toma cartas en el asunto, pero el sargento Matamicrobios les advierte de que hace años que persiguen al bandido y nunca han conseguido atraparlo ni localizar su guarida.J [...]

    12. Cara

      Kasperl and Seppel vow to track down the Robber Hotzenplotz after he steals the musical coffee mill that they made for Grandmother, but the Robber outwits them and kidnaps them instead. In a comedy of errors, the two friends switch identities by swapping hats, a mistake which turns out to set them free in the end. The fairy tale is well-told in updated language with entertaining pen and ink illustrations that provide clues about the next step in the story. This reviewer’s only complaints are a [...]

    13. Vincent Desjardins

      This fast-moving story starts with the robbery of a musical coffee mill and from there becomes a rollicking tale reminiscent of an old world fairy tale. As a matter of fact there is a fairy in this story, one who is under an enchantment that has turned her into a toad. There is also an evil magician with the funny name of Petrosilius Zackleman, as well as two unlikely heroes, named Kasperl and Seppel, who along the way will face adventures in a robber's cave and in a magic castle. I think younge [...]

    14. Lisa

      I love this book! It's hilarious both in text and illustration and includes elements of both action and fairy tale. It's a re-release of Otfried Preussler's 1962 story. Thanks to the New York Children's Collection it has a beautiful cloth covering and full-color illustration on the front. What a great way to re-enliven older stories that might appeal to this generation of kids. I want all of the titles in this collection but, alas, I would have to sell a kidney or something, which I probably sho [...]

    15. Myth Liberated

      داستان کتاب خیلی روان و ساده و دلچسبی از ماجرای یک راهزن و 2 پسر و یک پلیس دستپاچلفتیسریالش هم وقتی از تلویزیون پخش خیلی جالب بود مخصوصا اون قسمتی که بطری ها رو تو جیب اشون میزاشتن انگاری بازم جا داشتهینطور آهنگ خوندن آقا دزده ،وقتی کتابش رو می خوندم تمام صحنه های فیلمش از جلو چ [...]

    16. Michi

      I had this as an audiobook as a kid and listened to it over and over again. Re-reading it recently made me notice how well I still knew some parts. It's a sweet, exciting and funny adventure story based on the typical characters of traditional German puppet shows. As expected, it's not exactly profound, there is nothing in the area of character development and towards the end some bits could really be cut, but all in all I understand why it's a children's classic.

    17. Mary

      A fairy tale takes a turn for the bizarre in this German classic. Who knew that coffee grinders could be so important? Two boys reminiscent of Max and Moritz (see my review) meet fairies, frogs and wizards in their quest to reclaim grandmother's coffee grinder from the evil (but hilarious) robber Hotzenplotz. (Read in: German)

    18. Susan

      This is a fabulous book. It is a kid's book. I borrowed it from the library for my third grade grandson, but I also read it myself.This is such a fun book! Exciting and funny, and with colorful characters. The writer is from Germany, so you get a "German" flavor as you read. I really liked the illustrations, too. They were perfect for the story and the atmosphere.

    19. Raphaela

      Ich muss sagen beim lesen kamen keinerlei Erinnerungen zurück an das Hörspiel, als ich ein Kind war. Nichts! Ich konnte mich an gar nichts erinnern! o:Umso mehr Spaß hat es aber jetzt gemacht :D Die Zeichnungen sind wirklich super niedlich, irgendwie nicht schön aber total komisch :D Hat mir viel Spaß gemacht!

    20. Anthony

      Märchen für Kinder aller Altersgruppen und Deutschanfänger.Eine schöne traditionelle Geschichte, voll von Spannung. Es gibt zwei Kinder (weniger dumm, als es scheint), ein Dieb und ein besonders böse Zauberer! Und die Fee

    21. Kent

      Das war ein gutes Buch für mich, um mein Deutsch zu üben. Schade, meine Enkelkinder nicht verstehen Deutsch, oder ich würde es gern ihnen vorzulesen. Ich sage auch schlecht, weil es eine Geschichte voller Spaß ist. Mein Enkel möchte besonders darauf.

    22. Paula Soares

      Light and pleasant to read, perfect if you're tired from work but still needs to invest some moments learning German

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