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The classic story of how unhappy Mary Lennox is transformed by her friendship with Dickon, the garden boy and the wonders of nature that he reveals to her in the secret garden. Unabridged, this is nicely produced in a sturdy hardback edition. We also rate very highly the edition from Walker Books.
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From Michael Morpurgo: "I love this story of a girl's life being changed by nature."
If you love a good story, then look no further. Oxford Children's Classics bring together the most unforgettable stories ever told. They're books to treasure and return to again and again. After the death of her parents, Mary Lennox is sent to her uncle's house on the Yorkshire Moors. But the house is an unhappy one. A tragedy happened there years before, and Mary's uncle has never recovered. Miserable and lonely, Mary starts to explore the house's gardens. There, led by a mischievous robin, she discovers a secret so important, so enchanting, that it will change her life completely.
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|Publication date:||6th March 2008|
|Author:||Frances Hodgson Burnett|
|Publisher:||Oxford University Press|
|Suitable for:||7+ readers|
Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) was born in Manchester, England, on November 24, 1849. Her mother moved to Knoxville, Tenessee in 1865. Miss Hodgson began writing for magazines soon after. Her first widely-known story appeared in "Scribner's Magazine" in 1872. Frances married Dr. L. M. Burnett of Washington D.C. in 1873. In 1898 she divorced Dr. Burnett and married Mr. Stephen Townsend in 1900. Her reputation as a novelist was made with her story of Lancashire life, That Lass o' Lowrie's. A number of other works followed, with Through One Administration and A Lady of Quality as the most notable. In 1886 she published the Little Lord Fauntleroy, ...More About Frances Hodgson Burnett
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