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The Secret Garden - Frances Hodgson Burnett

When her parents are killed in a cholera outbreak in India, Mary Lennox is sent to live with an uncle she has never met at Misselthwaite Manor. 127 more words


the mother's day magician

For the past several years, someone has left flowers on my front porch steps on Mother’s Day.  Not bouquets in vases but flowers in pots, ready to be planted.  915 more words

Global Road Entertainment acquires North American distribution for upcoming 'The Secret Garden' adaptation

‘Adding to the first projects under the recently rebranded Global Road Entertainment, the company has acquired North American distribution rights to The Secret Garden. Directed by Marc Munden from a script written by Jack Thorne, the film is financed and sold by Studiocanal and produced by Heyday Films’ David Heyman and Rosie Alison. 268 more words


The English Garden

The Victorians inherited from the Georgians a glorious tradition of landscape gardening, both in the Neoclassical and the more naturalistic Romantic styles. The landscape gardens of the eighteenth century had been projects of the nobility, located on the great country estates. 1,389 more words

Nineteenth Century

The Secret Garden

Major milestone unlocked: The Sleepover.

In this day and age, sleepovers can be a bit of a taboo subject. Especially with all the paedophilia horror stories running rampant in the media. 706 more words


A little morsel of spring to taste

Frances Hodgson Burnett’s, The Secret Garden is one of the most magical full-sense spring experiences. You will never look at nature and her healing powers the same again. 348 more words

Earth Angels And More...

Favorite Friday Fiction: The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett is a wonderful classic book I could read again and again. My favorite section is where Colin has a revelation: 236 more words

The Most Important Thing