Tom's Midnight Garden

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OUP Oxford, Jan 3, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 240 pages
Lying awake at night, Tom hears the old grandfather clock downstairs strike . . . eleven . . . twelve . . . thirteen . . . Thirteen! When Tom gets up to investigate, he discovers a magical garden. A garden that everyone told him doesn't exist. A garden that only he can enter . . . A Carnegie-Medal-winning modern classic that's magically timeless.

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Sent to stay with his Uncle Allan and Aunt Gwen when his brother has the measles, Tom Long is bitterly disappointed and unhappy at the prospect of a dismal holiday spent at their flat, which takes up ... Read full review

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User Review  - nkmunn - LibraryThing

Evokes the past, and childhood, and the notion of generations in a thought provoking and sensitive way but what really remains for me are the feelings and the imagery of this magical yet quiet book that tells an age old story of boy meets girl and the old and the young. Read full review

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Carnegie Medal for 'Tom's Midnight Garden'Other books include: 'Minnow on the Say', 'The Way to Sattin Shore', 'The Children of Charlecote' (with Brian Fairfax-Lucy), 'The Little Gentleman', 'A Dog So Small', 'The Battle of Bubble and Squeak'.

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