The Borrowers: Movie Tie-In (The Borrowers #1)
Publish date: January 1st 1998
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt P
Edition language: English
Series: The Borrowers (#1)
Have you ever wondered where that eraser you swear you left on the kitchen table disappeared to? Do you always seem to be replacing safety pins and you have no idea where they all go? You're not completely batty! According to Mary Norton, author of The Borrowers, your house is probably home to tiny ...
As a child I was intrigued by the ingenuity of these little people--what they used for furniture, what they ate with, how they lived. I loved the idea that there were tiny people living amongst us in a world, that although it was the same one we lived in, was nothing like we perceived it to be.
An interesting tale, but not my favorite. I know people who loved this book, but it just wasn't for me.
A very enjoyable read aloud - one that will keep a child entertained (although I'd recommend it for the over 7 set due to the advanced vocabulary), but this is one that will also satisfy the adult/parent reader. I found Mary Norton's writing very enjoyable to read aloud and the story is quite deep a...
Encounter #3:TV 2011Christopher Eccleston ... Pod Clock Sharon Horgan ... Homily Clock Aisling Loftus ... Arrietty Clock Robert Sheehan ... Spiller Victoria Wood ... Granny Driver Stephen Fry ... Professor Mildeye-----------------------Adaptation of Mary Norton's children...
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