Captivating story of a long-abandoned garden on a gloomy Yorkshire estate — which, with the help of an unusual young boy with an ability to charm nature — blooms again, transforming the lives of the estate owner's frail son and that of his overindulged orphan cousin who has come to live w... read more
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Captivating story of a long-abandoned garden on a gloomy Yorkshire estate — which, with the help of an unusual young boy with an ability to charm nature — blooms again, transforming the lives of the estate owner's frail son and that of his overindulged orphan cousin who has come to live with him. Abridged. A selection of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.
Reprint of the William Heinemann, London, 1911 edition.
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