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'What a lot of islands the river makes,' said Ida. 'We must go exploring and sail around them all.' And so begins a wonderful, magical summer. Ida, Oscar and Ping are staying with Ida's great-aunt at the ancient, river-encircled house of Green Knowe. They set out to chart the river in the canoe, and soon discover that it has some surprising and mysterious secrets.
|Publication date:||2nd August 2007|
|Author:||Lucy M. Boston|
|Publisher:||Faber & Faber|
|Format:||Paperback / softback|
Lucy Boston was born in Southport, Lancashire. She was one of six children and went to Quaker school in Surrey. After marrying she moved to a beautiful manor house near Cambridge, which provided the setting for her Green Knowe stories. She won a Carnegie Medal for A Stranger at Green Knowe. The illustrations are by her son, Peter.More About Lucy M. Boston