The enchanted castle
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Middle Grade
This review was originally posted on amazon on July 12, 2013: E. Nesbit wrote: There is a curtain, thin as gossamer, clear as glass, strong as iron, that hangs forever between the world of magic and the world that seems to us to be real."The Enchanted Castle circumnavigates this boundary between m...
An interesting kids book with fun interjections by the author about life and how things work. These three siblings find an enchanted castle during their summer holidays and then find a magical ring. While they have fun they also learn about responsibility. It's extrememly dated but it is fun.
E. Nesbit wrote: "There is a curtain, thin as gossamer, clear as glass, strong as iron, that hangs forever between the world of magic and the world that seems to us to be real."The Enchanted Castle circumnavigates this boundary between magic and reality. There are four children at the center of this...
What I love about Nesbit is her focus on the children in her stories. This is my second book by her, the first being Five Children and It. There are loads of similarities between the two. The children are pretty much without supervision. The adults who do appear in the stories are simple and easily ...
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