Autumn Story

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Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Bad weather is on the way and the autumn crops are still not gathered in! Quickly, all the mice of Brambly Hedge set to work to finish the harvesting before the rain begins. Primrose, Lord Woodmouse's daughter, meant to help, but somehow she daydreamed her way over the cornfield and into the Chestnut Woods, and before she knew it, she was lost.

The sun went down, the wind rose and it began to rain. Primrose is all alone in the dark, and she is frightened.

Will she ever find her way home again?

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About the author (1999)

Jill Barklem spent five years on research before she started to write her stories about the mice of Brambly Hedge.

Her interest in natural history and traditional rural customs and crafts has spilled over into these chronicles of hedgerow life.

She lives with her husband and children near Epping Forest in England.

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