Samstag, 10. August 2013

Mozart in der Zukunft

Das Buch: Mozart in der Zukunft
Originaltitel: Mozart no futuro
Autorin: Tânia Maria Rodrigues-Peters
Übersetzer: Carsten Peters
Illustrator: Pedro Caraca

ISBN: 9 783837 083989
Seitenzahl: 98

Preis: 10,50 € (
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Erschienen auch auf Spanisch und Portugiesisch: Mozart en el Futuro und  Mozart no futuro.


Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - das Genie! Einer der größten Komponisten aller Zeiten. Kannst du dir Mozart als Kind vorstellen, wie er mit dem Schlitten bergab saust, sich Zeichentrickfilme anschaut oder einen Hamburger isst? In „Mozart in der Zukunft" ist das möglich. Um dich mit Max und Mozart auf eine Abenteuerreise zu begeben, brauchst du nur deiner Fantasie freien Lauf zu lassen und dich wie sie von dem Engel der Musik führen zu lassen, der immer da ist, um uns zu verzaubern. „Mozart in der Zukunft" ist ein Buch zum Träumen und Begeistern.

Mozart in the Future

Max is really a boy like any other, but he has a talent for music and a strict mother who wants him to be a great musician. When the doctor says that Max must not to go to school for a few days, Max has no idea that he is about to meet one of his heroes: Mozart, the genius who was one of the greatest composers of all times. Can you imagine Mozart as a child, going down a snowy slope on a sledge, watching cartoons on TV or eating hamburgers? Well, in 'Mozart in the Future' all that and more is possible when you follow their adventures as they try to return Mozart to his own time, helped along by a mysterious fairy-like being called the Spirit of Music.

I turned to the first page of "Mozart in the Future," written by Tania Maria Rodrigues-Peters and before I knew it, I had finished the book. This book is a wonderful story to share with children who are working hard to achieve their dreams--athletically, musically or academically--because it will motivate them to see it through.

This fun fast paced story discusses a "brief" childhood friendship between young Mozart and an equally talented young musician named Max. They both long to be "normal" little boys outside playing with friends but aren't allowed to have any fun. Mozart's dad prevents him from playing with the other boys as does Max's mother forcing them to only focus on playing the piano. Although he is not allowed to play, Mozart holds his love for music getting lost in his desires as he plays each key. Max on the other hand, starts to dislike music and becomes physically ill from the stress his mother has him under. These talented young men never met outside of their nightly dreams when one day, seeing Max's love for music lessen, the Spirit of Music intervenes bringing these boys together in reality.

The boys meet and Max introduces Mozart to a new world--the 21st Century. Mozart in return gives Max more than he could ever give him--he gives him back his love for music. These boys, two worlds apart, needed each other to get where they needed to go in order for their futures to occur. This is a great story in that a lot of us get lost on our journey forgetting the purpose of what we initially set out to do. This book will encourage children and teens to stay focused and continue on their course. Ms. Rodrigues-Peters achieved what she set out to do in this story--to encourage young hearts to dream and believe.

Highly recommended for all school aged children. It gives them permission to dream...

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