The Borrowers Afloat

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Puffin Books, 1959 - Adventure stories - 174 pages
27 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  - Christy Reed - Goodreads

As with the first two, this book was again very light-hearted, very easy to read, and yet still interesting. This book talks about their lives in the game warden's house living with Homily's brother's ... Read full review

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

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