Previous ed.: London : Cape, 1945.
|Statement||(by) Beverley Nichols ; illustrated by Isobel and John Morton Sale.|
|Contributions||Sale, Isobel., Sale, John Morton.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||192|
All three books (Tree that Sat Down, Stream that Stood Still, Mountain of Magic), blend the authors love of the natural world and outdoors with magical stories of 2 children (brother and sister) interacting in a seemingly normal world where magical events occur, animals talk, witches and evil humans lurk and all done in a refreshingly modern /5(7). Synopsis This is the first book in a trilogy first published in the s, which features Judy and her grandmother, who kept the shop under the Willow Tree, selling everything the animals needed. It tells of the competition from Sam and his grandfather who open a rival shop and the conflict /5(23). The Tree that Sat Down (Collins Modern Classics) by Beverley Nichols We'd love you to buy this book, and hope you find this page convenient in locating a place of purchase. The Tree is a book that renounces self-importance and defies defiance. In his determination to champion uselessness and a creative indirection, Fowles challenges the .
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