The Secret Garden [Kindle in Motion]
Rediscover the heartwarming story of a lonely girl’s transformation within a secret English garden—presented for the first time with stunning custom animations and illustrations.When Mary first arrives on her uncle’s doorstep at Misselthwaite Manor, her outlook has been shaped by tragedy. Her new... show more
Rediscover the heartwarming story of a lonely girl’s transformation within a secret English garden—presented for the first time with stunning custom animations and illustrations.When Mary first arrives on her uncle’s doorstep at Misselthwaite Manor, her outlook has been shaped by tragedy. Her new home is a somber place, shadowed by the passing of her uncle’s beloved wife many years ago. But Mary’s ill manner starts to soften as she receives kind encouragement from her cheery maid, Martha, and green-thumbed friend, Dickon. Soon she is daring to explore the wilds surrounding her adopted home, where she unearths a long-buried key to a secret garden.Among the lush, magical blossoms, Mary finds healing and redemption—and the determination to bring joy back to Misselthwaite Manor.
Format: Kindle Edition
Publish date: 2016-07-26
Edition language: English
Lubię tajemnice. Sekrety, które mają moc zmieniania ludzi. Czary, które sprawiają, że chory zdrowieje. Lubię "Tajemniczy ogród", w którym można znaleźć magię i radość. Jedno mnie irytowało w tej książce. Powtarzanie, jaka to Mary była zła i nieznośna. Przepraszam bardzo autora, ale sam stworzył po...
LOVED it. Sour Mary, spoiled Colin, chatty Martha, angelic Dickon, curmudgeon Ben, wise Mother, the whole thing. Best part for me was where Mary starts shouting to Colin over his hypochondria induced tantrum. Lord, was the girl vicious! It was funny in an overboard, freeing way. A very sweet cla...
An enchanting tale of children growing up in a private space unencumbered by the troubled and sometimes burdensome world of adults. Uplifting and heavy on the feel-good factor, beautifully written, a classic book for adults and children alike.
It's amazing how seriously flawed so-called children's classics can be. The Secret Garden, which seems fairly universally beloved in Britain, sees the spoiled and listless Mary Lennox orphaned in India by cholera, and brought to her uncle's rambling Victorian manor on the Yorkshire moors. She hear...
I found this book very engaging as a child. It has elements of history, childhood curiosity, and character education. I love that it is an engaging, easy-to-read chapter book. I would consider using this when reading with upper level small-groups to help build their critical thinking skills. I would...
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