We decided on our Saturday off to take a stroll on one of Jedburgh’s many surrounding paths, the one we chose was a round about tour passing the Timpendean Tower. 122 more words
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Perhaps it’s my innate curiosity about gardens, but a glimpse through an archway or half-open gate always whets my appetite.
What lies beyond?
All gardens benefit from an element of surprise … a hint of something ahead which leads you on. 346 more words
Release Date: 1911 (original publication)
Age Group: MG
Genres: Contemporary (for that time period)
Pages: 248 (hardcover)
Format/Source: Hardcover, Gifted by a friend ( 1,064 more words
I’ve been reading a lot of children’s books lately. Recently, I just finished reading “Heidi” by Swiss author Johanna Spyri and “The Secret Garden” by Frances Hodgson Burnett. 379 more words
So I read a lot in July, or more accurately, I re-read a lot in July. Every so often, I make it a point to re-read the books of my childhood, and so I re-read some Laura Ingalls Wilder books, Little Women, Anne of Green Gables, Wuthering Heights, The Secret Garden, and Harry Potter. 454 more words
I decided that being as I’m going into my third, and final year of University, this is the year to attempt to tackle the ridiculous reading list before term starts. 281 more words