A Stranger at Green Knowe

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Harcourt, Mar 4, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 199 pages
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L. M. Boston's thrilling and chilling tales of Green Knowe, a haunted manor deep in an overgrown garden in the English countryside, have been entertaining readers for half a century. Now the children of Green Knowe--both alive and ghostly--are back in appealing new editions.
The spooky original illustrations have been retained, but dramatic new cover art by Brett Helquist (illustrator of A Series of Unfortunate Events) gives the books a fresh, timeless appeal for today's readers.

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Boston is a very fine writer. - Goodreads
The ending was terribly sad, but predictable. - Goodreads
Boston's prose is lyrical and seemingly effortless. - Goodreads

Review: A Stranger at Green Knowe (Green Knowe #4)

User Review  - Arisa Shimokawa - Goodreads

1.Oxford level2 2. 6/9=85minutes 3. Gorilla, boy, refugee, zoo, escape, secret, help 4.(a)The scene which the gorilla, Hanno, tried to help the boy. (b)I like this scene because Hanno was placed ... Read full review

Review: A Stranger at Green Knowe (Green Knowe #4)

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

thrilling, but sad. love Ping, looking forward to seeing him with Tolly in the next book Read full review

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About the author (2002)

LUCY MARIA BOSTON (1892-1990) purchased a ramshackle manor house near Cambridge, England, in 1935, which over a period of two years she lovingly restored. It is this house that inspired her, at the age of sixty-two, to take pen in hand and create the beloved Green Knowe series.

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