The Secret Garden, Unabridged
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The Secret Garden, Unabridged    -     By: Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret Garden, Unabridged

Dover Publications / 1999 / Paperback

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In this beloved story, travel with Mary Lennox, a spoiled and sullen orphan, from colonial India to Misselthwaite Manor, a forbidding estate on the Yorkshire moors. There, in the unlikeliest of places, Mary discovers and helps restore an abandoned garden and, in the process, blossoms herself into a creature of loving kindness.

Mary's transformation begins when she meets a no-nonsense housekeeper, a brusque gardener, and a sprightly robin that leads her to the hidden garden. With the help of Dickon, a boy with an almost supernatural affinity for animals and plants, and Colin, her frail cousin, Mary works in secret to bring new life to the old garden. The three friends find their efforts rewarded not only with all the pleasure that blooming blossoms bring, but also the blessings of good health and high spirits.

Since its initial appearance in 1911, this cherished classic of children's literature by the auto of A Little Princess has enchanted readers. Now available in the unabridged edition, The Secret Garden will continue to charm modern readers of all ages. Recommended especially for ages 9 and up.

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Title: The Secret Garden, Unabridged
By: Frances Hodgson Burnett
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 247
Vendor: Dover Publications
Publication Date: 1999
Dimensions: 8.5 X 5 (inches)
Weight: 7 ounces
ISBN: 0486407845
ISBN-13: 9780486407845
Ages: 9-12
Stock No: WW407845

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In this beloved story, readers travel with Mary Lennox, a spoiled and sullen orphan, from colonial India to Misselthwaite Manor, a forbidding estate on the Yorkshire moors. There, in the unlikeliest of places, Mary discovers and helps restore an abandoned garden and, in the process, blossoms herself into a creature of loving kindness. Mary’s transformation begins when she meets a no-nonsense housekeeper, a brusque gardener, and a sprightly robin that leads her to the hidden garden. With the help of Dickon, a boy with an almost supernatural affinity for animals and plants, and Colin, her frail cousin, Mary works in secret to bring new life to the old garden. The three friends find their efforts rewarded not only with all the pleasure that blooming flowers bring, but also the blessings of good health and high spirits.
Since its initial appearance in 1911, this cherished classic of children’s literature by the author of A Little Princess has enchanted readers. Now available in this unabridged, modestly priced edition, The Secret Garden will continue to charm modern readers of all ages.

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