The Borrowers Afloat

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Puffin Books, 1959 - Adventure stories - 174 pages
35 Reviews
The Borrowers, a family of miniature people, journey down a drain, live briefly in a teakettle, and are swept away in a flood before finding a new home. Uprooted once again, the little people journey down a drain, live briefly in a teakettle, and are swept away in a flood. "As irresistible as its predecessors."

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Review: The Borrowers Afloat (The Borrowers #3)

User Review  - Filippa - Goodreads

I didn't enjoy The Borrowers Afloat as much as the earlier two, probably because Arrietty wasn't as active and creative as in the two first parts. I still enjoy Mary Nortons writing a lot though and I'm looking forward to part four. Read full review

Review: The Borrowers Afloat (The Borrowers #3)

User Review  - Shaalini - Goodreads

I read a book called the borrowers afloat by Mary by Norton. This book is about borrowers are tiny people who borrow from human beans to survive. The clock family of Pod homily and Arrietty want to ... Read full review

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