Il regno di Carbonel

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Il regno di Carbonel

Il regno di Carbonel Scende la notte e il Regno dei Gatti torna alla vita i muri della citt diventano strade i tetti e la cima degli alberi diventano montagne e campi Il gatto nero Carbonel e sua moglie la Regina Dolcea

  • Title: Il regno di Carbonel
  • Author: Barbara Sleigh
  • ISBN: 9788879052030
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Scende la notte e il Regno dei Gatti torna alla vita i muri della citt diventano strade, i tetti e la cima degli alberi diventano montagne e campi Il gatto nero Carbonel e sua moglie, la Regina Dolcea, regnano da tempo immemorabile in questo luogo incantato, dove gli umani sono rari, i gatti se ne vanno a spasso liberamente e scorrono fiumi di ottima crema Ma la maScende la notte e il Regno dei Gatti torna alla vita i muri della citt diventano strade, i tetti e la cima degli alberi diventano montagne e campi Il gatto nero Carbonel e sua moglie, la Regina Dolcea, regnano da tempo immemorabile in questo luogo incantato, dove gli umani sono rari, i gatti se ne vanno a spasso liberamente e scorrono fiumi di ottima crema Ma la malvagia Grisana, un bellissimo persiano grigio che farebbe sembrare una miciotta coccolosa anche Lady Macbeth, ordisce segrete trame per conquistare il Regno dei Gatti, e a separare lei e il trono ci sono solo Carbonel e i suoi cuccioli, il Principe Beldono e la Principessa Papiria Con il ritorno della vecchia nemica di Carbonel, la strega Mrs Cantrip, e della sua apprendista, Miss Dibdin, il piano di Grisana potrebbe essere inarrestabile Fortunatamente, Carbonel pu ancora contare sull aiuto dei suoi giovani amici, Rosemary e John Insieme alle creature buone che popolano il Regno dei Gatti e anche con qualche incantesimo , i bambini affrontano Grisana e la sua spietata cricca una battaglia per il futuro del Regno dei Gatti e stavolta solo la magia pi forte riuscir a prevalere.

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    1. Melody on said:

      I am so glad this trilogy has been re-issued. A lovely story involving cats and witches and invisibility and nefarious plots against the King. What I never noticed ages ago is that the side plots are just as delightful as the main. The chemist is a dear, and the pets in the shop are hilarious. I'm glad to have revisited this, and am looking forward to Carbonel and Calidor, which I don't remember at all.

    2. Jimmy on said:

      Almost as good as the first book in the trilogy, Carbonel The King of Cats. This one had slightly more action, though it took a while to get started. And many more loveable cats. Though, sadly, not as many loveable human characters (there are still some though). I love how she does different regionalisms for different characters, but there was less of that in this book.

    3. Nick on said:

      This is the second book in the delightful series about magical cats and children. It's even better than the first one, as -- unusually -- Sleigh gathers confidence and settles into the characters with gusto. The children are growing up a little, too, and the author is very good at tracking the subtle differences and shifts in attitude as they grow. A classic series in a splendid edition by the New York Review of Books. I want (almost) every single book in the Children's Collection!

    4. Elizabeth Bradley on said:

      gorgeous stuff. Read the #NYRBClassics edition. Everything they publish, I covet.

    5. Vrinda Pendred on said:

      I couldn't believe my luck when I learned there was a sequel to 'Carbonel'! And I wasn't disappointed!

    6. Bethnoir on said:

      Total fantasy without seeming to be very out of the ordinary, this book is as enjoyable as an adult as it was when I was a child. Perfect if you like cats, magic and happy endings.

    7. Curt Bobbitt on said:

      This sequel to Carbonel The King of the Cats follows the same pattern with several shifts to keep the story crisp. The action occurs one year after the events of the previous novel. Rosemary and her mother have been living in an apartment owned by the actor Mr. Featherstone. John visits at the end of the school year. Rosemary and John drink a red mixture this time to become "hearing humans," allowing them to understand what all animals are saying in addition to Carbonel. Mrs. Cantrip reappears a [...]

    8. Beth Cato on said:

      This is the second volume in the middle grade-level Carbonel series. I last read it was a library copy about 15 years ago.[return][return]A year after setting Carbonel free from a witch's spell, teenagers Rosemary and John reunite to spend the summer together. To their delight, King Carbonel returns. After going to a pharmacist for a special prescription, the two drink an elixir and can hear Carbonel again--and all the other animals and insects around. Carbonel has a special request. He must lea [...]

    9. Kate Forsyth on said:

      A classic children’s fantasy written in 1960, this book is the sequel to Carbonel which I read and loved as a child. Carbonel is a cat, but not just any cat. He’s the King of the Cats. In the first book, he has been imprisoned by a witch but with the help of Rosemary and her friend John, manages to escape and resume his rightful place ruling the rooftops of the city. In this book, he comes to Rosemary and John for help – he wants them to guard his kittens for him while he’s away. A charm [...]

    10. Babs M on said:

      I absolutely loved the Carbonel books when I was a child. I used to check them out and read them every year. In fact as an adult I asked that if they ever offered the books in their annual sale to save them for me. Alas they did and I obtained them in the 1980's. I have reread them several times again and love them just as much now as I did the first time I read them. My favorite children's book series of all time.

    11. Ben on said:

      This was an equally enjoyable sequel, and fairly amusing how the children and mischievous witch seem to end up helping each other even as they are on opposite sides in the plot. The greater exploration of the cat world in this book was my favorite part, and how it overlaps, and yet is very distinct from the human world.

    12. Shonna Froebel on said:

      This is the second book in a series and I have lovely editions from the NYRB for a gift to give this Christmas.Lovely cats, a touch or two of magic, lots of adventures and two nice children make for a great read. In this second book, Carbonel's kingdom is threatened by the greedy queen in the neighbouring kingdom and Rosemary and John once again do what they can to save the day.

    13. Aaron on said:

      A nice, heart-warming sequel to Carbonel: King of Cats, whose faults by nature you just want to skip over for the wonderful, classic childrens adventure that it is. A lovely book, and quite rare to find something so jolly. I'd recommend it to anyone for a nice quick read, though the edition I picked up was just over 300 pages, and not the 240 on the site :)

    14. Simon on said:

      I still like the interplay between John and Rosemary. She, in particular is a finely drawn character. The plot doesn't work quite as well as for the first book but its entertaining. She has a couple of good baddies.

    15. Beth on said:

      As delightful as when I read it as a child. A wonderful introduction to the world of magic.

    16. Keri on said:

      Review by Zinnia Dvorin, aged 8:Just as thrilling, exciting and humorous as the first!

    17. Mumbler on said:

      I think I actually liked this even more than the first one. rather affecting!

    18. Tiina on said:

      This is a great read, but compared to the first Carbonel novel, this is less magical. Very very good, though!

    19. Jane Oldaker on said:

      The sequel to Sleigh's wonderful Carbonel. Includes more magic, cats and war. I wish the magic of talking animals could be with us all the time.

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