The Enchanted Castle
A short avenue of cypresses led, widening as it went, to a marble terrace that lay broad and white in the sunlight. The children, blinking, leaned their arms on the broad, flat balustrade and gazed. Immediately below them was a lake just like a lake in "The Beauties of Italy" a lake with swans and an island and weeping willows.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - SueinCyprus - LibraryThing
Gerry, Jimmy and Kathleen have to stay at Kathleen's boarding school one holiday, due to illness elsewhere. They are loosely in the charge of the French mistress, but Gerry manages to charm her and ... Read full review
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In which the castle turns out to be enchanted in a most unexpected way. A wholly enjoyable Edwardian delight. Read full review