Moondial

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Puffin Books, 1988 - Child abuse - 214 pages
18 Reviews
Minty is staying with her maiden aunt and discovers that the moondial in the huge house nearby has the power to take her back in time. On her time travels, she meets two children who are desperately in need of help and she encounters danger and excitement in her bid to rescue them.

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User Review  - Nancy Ellis - Goodreads

Another fantastic time travel story! I love stories like this and wish I had known about them all when I was younger. That definitely does not detract from their appeal, however! This story focuses on ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bunnyjadwiga - Goodreads

A fairly standard entry in the 1970s girl-saves-ghosts-by-time-travel against a menacing witch genre, but Helen Cresswell does give it a few interesting turns and besides, that plotline was popular with my generation for aa reason. Read full review

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