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Books Books 1 - 10 of about 16 related to The secret world of Polly Flint.    

Mystery Stories

Helen Cresswell - Juvenile Fiction - 2003 - 224 pages
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Trouble

Helen Cresswell - Children's stories - 1988 - 28 pages
Emma's mother loves to tell how good she was at Emma's age, until Grandmother comes to visit and sets the record straight, much to Emma's delight.
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Absolute Zero

Helen Cresswell - England - 1978 - 174 pages
The members of the talented and eccentric Bagthorpe family channel their energy into slogan-writing contests.
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Weather Cat

Helen Cresswell - Cats - 1990 - 32 pages
Naomi and Otis discover that they can predict the weather by watching where their cat decides to spend the day.
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Posy Bates and the Bag Lady

Helen Cresswell - Fiction - 1994 - 107 pages
After befriending a homeless woman, Posy converts her family's henhouse into a home for her.
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Beachcombers

Helen Cresswell - Fiction - 1987 - 185 pages
On holiday by the sea, Ned Kerne becomes involved with a family of scavengers, a family of beachcombers, a missing treasure and danger.
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Moondial

Helen Cresswell - Child abuse - 1988 - 214 pages
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 ...
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Almost Goodbye Guzzler

Helen Cresswell, Judy Brown - Magic - 1990 - 63 pages
When Guzzler Gummidge wishes on an old lamp, he becomes invisible. At first he is very excited, but he's less pleased when he discovers that he might have to stay invisible ...
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Classic fairy tales

Helen Cresswell - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1994 - 62 pages
A collection featuring such tales as "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," "Cinderella," "Rapunzel," "Snow-White and Rose-Red," and "Hansel and Gretel"
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Two Hoots go to the sea

Helen Cresswell - Juvenile Fiction - 1978 - 28 pages
Two owls discover they prefer living in the woods rather than by the sea.
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