A Handful of Time
When Patricia's mother sends her to her cousins' cottage for the summer, Patricia doesn't want to go. She doesn't know her cousins at all, and she's never been good at camping or canoeing, let alone making new friends. When she arrives at the cottage, her worst fears come true: her cousin Kelly teases her; Aunt Ginnie and Uncle Doug feel sorry for her. She doesn't fit in. Then Patricia discovers an old watch hidden under a floorboard. When she winds it, she finds herself taken back in time to the summer when her own mother was twelve ...
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - sabera_haque - LibraryThing
I think that this book was a really good book.Once i read it i did not want tp put the book down... i finished the book in 2 days Read full review
Other editions - View all
afternoon Andrew Reid asked attic Aunt Ginnie Aunt Karen baby badminton Barbara Ann Scott began bobby pins boys brother Bruce cabin canoe Christie cottage cousins cowbell cried darling daughter Donaldson door dressed driveway Edmonton eyes face father feel fish Ginnie's girl Gordon and Rodney grandmother guess hair hand head horse Kelly and Trevor Kelly's knew knob lake laughed listened Loon lunch Maggie Main Beach Mama morning Nan's never night paddle parents past Patricia felt Patricia followed Patricia Potter Patricia sat Patricia tried Patricia watched Patricia wondered Patricia's mother Petite Philippa Pearce Potty pulled remember Rod's Rodney's Rosemary Ruth looked Ruth's Scorpius sighed sister smiled stared stay stopped summer sure surprised talk tell There's Thorpe thought Patricia told Tom's Midnight Garden took Toronto turned Uncle Doug Uncle Rod verandah voice waited walked whispered Wilfred wished