The Secret Garden
Mary Lennox was horrid. Selfish and spoilt, she was sent to stay with her hunchback uncle in Yorkshire. She hated it. But when she finds the way into a secret garden and begins to tend it, a change comes over her and her life.
She meets and befriends a local boy, the talented Dickon, and comes across her sickly cousin Colin who had been kept hidden from her. Between them, the three children work astonishing magic in themselves and those around them.
The Secret Garden is one of the best-loved stories of all time.
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Previous reviews who swear would never understand this book because it needs imagination to appreciate it. Swearing is cheap and un necessary. Personally I love this book. I read it at school and have never forgotten it. It illustrates how you can become a better person and how through the love of nature and appreciating the simple things in life you can develop and overcome any barriers.
I thought this book was boring, and had no meaning to it. Maybe I'm too young for this book. I would not recommend this book at all.
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