The Children At Green Meadows

The Children At Green Meadows The three children love animals but haven t any of their own until they are given a secret to look after Then other problem pets begin to arrive Soon Green Meadows turns into an animal home and Fran

  • Title: The Children At Green Meadows
  • Author: Enid Blyton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 287
  • Format: Paperback
  • The three children love animals, but haven t any of their own until they are given a secret to look after Then other problem pets begin to arrive Soon Green Meadows turns into an animal home, and Francis, Clare and Sam are having adventures exciting than they thought possible.

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    1. Whenever people ask me, 'What book started your passion for reading?' I never knew quite what to say, I always supposed it was the Harry Potter series, as it was the first series I really remember reading. But as I was looking through my (large) collection of books the other day I found this book, and I realised, this is the book that started me reading. I have read it ever since I can remember, over and over again. I can't describe how much this book means to me but I hope other people can even [...]

    2. This book will surprise you with how beautiful their family's love and happiness is!The author left some trails of what the next chapter is going to be like at the every end of the chapters so you would be really excited about what the next chapter is going to hold, Tragic? Adventure? Joy?The story is about the three children who live in the Green Meadows, a lovely place which possess beautiful flowers, well made flower beds, loads of animals and the happiness with their family. But one day, the [...]

    3. In and around my building, we now have a golden Labrador with a heart-of-gold, a snappy l’il Poodle, a goose that honks like a Disney villain, an assortment of cats, a Doberman with a mother-fixation, an overweight Pug that manages to project an air of abject hunger, a blink-and-you-miss-it bunch of fat sparrows, hungry crows who always know when it’s lunchtime and an ever graceful soaring eagle. And this is not even counting the regular menagerie I run into when I head off for an evening wa [...]

    4. I loved how happy this story makes me, and the sense of positive energy you get from it. Sometimes, Enid makes doing things for others seem a bit preachy, but not in this book. When we first meet the family at Green Meadows, life is not at all happy. Their father has hurt himself in the war, and is unable to walk or earn any money. Their mother is overworked and stressed. Granny misses the life she once had, and also works too hard. The children are cheerful, but go without things they dearly wa [...]

    5. Good book to read in a day.Animal lovers will love this bookEnid blyton stretches his imagination to extreme limits

    6. i loved this book so much it just wonderful. its really amazing. i recommend it to all readers of all ages around this fabulous world

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