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Tom's Midnight Garden Paperback – October 30, 1992
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`a timeless favourite' Good Housekeeping
`...haunting and lyrical children's story.' The Daily Telegraph
`...a story that came to be loved by children, parents and teachers everywhere.' The Times
`masterpiece of English children's literature.' The Independent --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
About the Author
Philippa Pearce is the author of many books, several of which are considered classics both in the United States and in her native England. Her award-winning titles include Tom's Midnight Garden, which received the Carnegie Medal and was an ALA Notable Book; The Battle of Bubble and Squeak, which received the Whitbread Award; and Mrs. Cockle's Cat, which received the Kate Greenaway Medal.
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Tom and Peter are uncommonly close brothers. For them, summer is the time when they can play endless games in their backyard for hours at a time. Imagine Tom's sorrow then when Peter comes down with the measles right at the beginning of the warm months AND Tom has been quarantined to his stuffy old aunt and uncle's home. The boy is, needless to say, less than delighted with this chain of events. His relatives occupy the second floor flat in an old building that is separated into apartments. To top it all off, Tom has insomnia every night and finds himself wandering the building. One night the grandfather clock on the first floor starts chiming an unheard of thirteen chimes.Read more ›
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One of my favorite books as a child. This was a purchase for my own children.Published 1 month ago by astro mom
I'm still reading it - it is a wonderful, enchanting story, very good. The book I received is a very tiny book; the print is fairly small.Published 10 months ago by Duck Lady
I found this book boring and exciting at the same time. The beginning is a little dull but if you carry on reading and stick with it, it ends interestingly.Published 14 months ago by Miss V M Clark-Rabbetts
Tom Long lives with his parents and younger brother Peter. While the Longs’ town garden was rather small, Tom was looking forward to spending his vacation playing in the grass... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Wayne S. Walker
I loved this as a child, and have just read it to my son (just turned 7) who loved it just as much. A beautiful story which appeals to boys and girls alike.Published 22 months ago by worldismyoyster