Mary Poppins (Audio)
Publish date: June 10th 2008
Publisher: Listening Library (Audio)
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Media Tie In
Series: Mary Poppins , 2 & 3 (#1)
Review: Mary Poppins is such a great way to introduce students imagination. This book could be used in so many ways in a classroom. Mary Poppins is a most unusual nanny to the Banks children. She uses her magic carpet bag to pull out several items that should not fit in a bag. She also does fun thin...
Mary Poppins comes as a nanny to the Banks' children. They go on adventures with her but are they real? Only Mary Poppins knows for sure. Mary Poppins is a curmudgeon. She can discipline with only a look. I liked the children. Their wide-eyed awe is on display. Every day is an adventure with...
Another Backseat Bookshelf read. Reminiscent of Paddington in that each chapter reads like a self-contained adventure. I liked some better than others. Also the use of "Red Indian" at the very end of the book was a big turnoff.
It's been a while since I watched the iconic movie that was based on this book, but its a funny thing when something can be so familiar and yet so foreign. The feel of the book is what I remember the feel of the movie to be but the scenes are certainly different. It seems that they either took quite...
I must have seen the movie so many times that it's impossible to read about Mary Poppins and not have Julia's delightful face pop into my mind. I know the songs by heart and I hum them constantly..! However, the nanny in this novel wasn't so delightful. She was stern and a bit too vain for my tast...
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