The Lost Flower Children

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Puffin Books, 2001 - Juvenile Fiction - 122 pages
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Motherless Olivia and Nellie go to live with their elderly Great-Aunt Minty, who knows little about children, but a lot about her overgrown garden. Then one day, Olivia finds an old teacup in a flowerbed -- and, later, an old story about eight children transformed into flowers. Only the person who finds their teacups can bring them back. Now the two sisters know what they must do.

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When nine-year-old Olivia and her five-year-old sister Nellie’s mother dies, their father sends them to live with their great-aunt Minty. This arrangement seems less than promising to Olivia, who ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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