Book: Kotzmotz the magician | Waldorfshop - waldorf toys and material

When the wizard barfmotz rages and rages, all the animals in the forest hold their breath and hide themselves even the trees tremble with fear. Only a small, carefree, dishevelled rabbit does not allow itself to be disconcerted and accidentally lands right in front of the magician's house. Will he succeed in resisting the dark magician and countering his raging rage with something?a story about intense, elemental feelings of fear, anger, loneliness, confidence and tenderness, told with a great deal of humour and an almost inexhaustible delight in the poetic and pictorial possibilities of language.The little rabbit summed up all his rabbit courage and confessed: "I was terribly afraid, because there were ghosts, all those spooky moonlight nightshade ghosts, you know I was even hare-hare-köddel-so much afraid, but then I fought, yeah, and " "And then I was terrified," the magician confessed, "because suddenly there was a terribly battered, wild, fighting monster with a long, sharp dagger raging in front of my bed and sawing my bones with its wild battle cries."And then the magician whispered, 'Monarosadella! As slowly and gently as he could, for he had kept this special rabbit-stroking word deep in his heart. And the little rabbit snuggled up very close to the magician and whispered back again: Dellamonarosa! And the magician stroked him with the word: Rosadellamona! And they turned the word of caress in all directions and it always remained soft and gentleWhen the magician pukes and rages, all the animals in the forest hold their breath and hide themselves even the trees tremble with fear. Only a small, carefree, dishevelled rabbit does not allow itself to be disconcerted and suddenly lands directly in front of the wizard's house: will it succeed in resisting the dark magician and countering his raging rage? A story about intense, elemental feelings of fear, anger, loneliness, confidence and tenderness, told with a great deal of humour and an almost inexhaustible delight in the poetic and pictorial possibilities of language.

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Verlag Freies Geistesleben

Book: Kotzmotz the magician


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