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I am sure the old man will show you the door and won't even listen to what you say.

As he's her grandfather, it is high time he should do something for the child. I have taken care of her until this summer and now a good place has been offered to me. The child shall not hinder me from accepting it, I tell you that! But you know him yourself.

How could he look after a child, especially such a little one? She'll never get along with him, I am sure of that! Last summer some people went off to the baths and I took care of their rooms.

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As they got to like me, they wanted to take me along, but I could not leave. They have come back now and have persuaded me to go with them. He doesn't speak to a living soul, and from one year's end to the other he keeps away from church.

People get out of his way when he appears once in a twelve-month down here among us.

Heidi by Johanna Spyri

We all fear him and he is really just like a heathen or an old Indian, with those thick grey eyebrows and that huge uncanny beard. When he wanders along the road with his twisted stick we are all afraid to meet him alone. Why are his eyes so fierce and why does he live up there all alone?

Nobody ever sees him and we hear many strange things about him.

Didn't your sister tell you anything, Deta? He would make me pay for it if I didn't. Nobody had a good word for him, and when people talked about him, they did not speak openly but as if they were afraid.

Heidi by Johanna Spyri

She could not even explain to herself why he was called the Alm-Uncle. From it a footpath leads through green, well-wooded stretches to the foot of the heights which look down imposingly upon the valley. Where the footpath begins to go steeply and abruptly up the Alps, the heath, with its short grass and pungent herbage, at once sends out its soft perfume to meet the wayfarer. One bright sunny morning in June, a tall, vigorous maiden of the mountain region climbed up the narrow path, leading a little girl by the hand.

The youngster's cheeks were in such a glow that it showed even through her sun-browned skin. Small wonder though! Her shape was difficult to distinguish, for she wore two dresses, if not three, and around her shoulders a large red cotton shawl.

With her feet encased in heavy hob-nailed boots, this hot and shapeless little person toiled up the mountain. The pair had been climbing for about an hour when they reached a hamlet half-way up the great mountain named the Alm. But, answering questions and calls as she went by, the girl did not loiter on her way and only stood still when she reached the end of the hamlet. There a few cottages lay scattered about, from the furthest of which a voice called out to her through an open door: I am coming with you, if you are going further up.

A stout, pleasant-looking woman stepped out of the house and joined the two. The child had risen and wandered behind the old acquaintances, who immediately started gossiping about their friends in the neighborhood and the people of the hamlet generally.

You must have lost your senses, to go to him. I am sure the old man will show you the door and won't even listen to what you say.

As he's her grandfather, it is high time he should do something for the child. I have taken care of her until this summer and now a good place has been offered to me.

The child shall not hinder me from accepting it, I tell you that! But you know him yourself.

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How could he look after a child, especially such a little one? She'll never get along with him, I am sure of that! Last summer some people went off to the baths and I took care of their rooms. As they got to like me, they wanted to take me along, but I could not leave. They have come back now and have persuaded me to go with them.

He doesn't speak to a living soul, and from one year's end to the other he keeps away from church. People get out of his way when he appears once in a twelve-month down here among us.

We all fear him and he is really just like a heathen or an old Indian, with those thick grey eyebrows and that huge uncanny beard.

When he wanders along the road with his twisted stick we are all afraid to meet him alone. Why are his eyes so fierce and why does he live up there all alone?She'll never get along with him, I am sure of that!

Sign in or create an account. Didn't your sister tell you anything, Deta? Frank Baum.

Search by title, catalog stock , author, isbn, etc. He could not possibly be the uncle of all the people in the village, but since everybody spoke of him so, she did the same. Heidi is an orphaned girl initially raised by her aunt Dete in Maienfeld, Switzerland after the early deaths of her parents, Tobias and Adelheid Dete's sister and brother-in-law. The integrity of the original classic has been retained yet these adapted versions have been carefully rewritten to specific reading levels thereby allowing consistent progression for developmental reading improvement.

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