Harper Collins, 4 apr. 1989 - 288 pagina's
Ten-year-old Mandy feels lost among the thirty children who live in the old stone orphange. She dreams of a home of her own, a place where she belongs. When Mandy climbs over the high orphanage wall to explore the outside, she is lucky enough to find a tiny deserted cottage hidden in the forest. With a few "borrowed" items, the cottage becomes a refuge. To guard her secret, Mandy even lies -- but when she falls terribly sick, no one knows where she is. No one, that is, except for a special admirer she didn't know she had.
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LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - KarryD - LibraryThing
I first read this as a child and have been looking for it for years. I couldn't remember the title (actually, I was remembering the title incorrectly) I finally found it, about a week ago, after doing ... Volledige recensie lezen
LibraryThing ReviewGebruikersrecensie - periwinklejane - LibraryThing
I didn't learn that Mary Poppins wrote childrens' books until a few years ago. That's a darn shame because child-me would have looooooved this book: orphans, gardening, secret cottages, and the wee-est, twee-est amount of conflict. Volledige recensie lezen