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Tom"s midnight garden

Edith (Artist)

Tom"s midnight garden

a graphic adaptation of the Philippa Pearce classic

by Edith (Artist)

  • 118 Want to read
  • 32 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fantasy,
  • Graphic novels

  • About the Edition

    Tom finds himself in the midst of a strange adventure involving a garden that appears only at night and a girl from another time.

    Edition Notes

    Chiefly illustrations.

    Statementby Edith
    ContributionsPearce, Philippa
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.7.E33 Tom 2018
    The Physical Object
    Pagination94 pages
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26953794M
    ISBN 109780062696571, 9780062696564
    LC Control Number2018052645

    As the mystery of the garden unravels, Tom's friendship with Hatty teaches him that girls can be as fun as boys, and that friendship is important at any age. Tom thinks his summer will be ruined. The elderly and reclusive landlady, Mrs Bartholomew, lives above them. Nervously at first, Tom explores.

    The skate on the frozen river was related to a real-life event. I don't know how I missed it then, but I'm glad to have finally read it. Update this section! She reportedly suffered from chronic nephritis inflammation of the kidneys.

    The characters are all rounded enough although it is the feeling of the book, its rich atmosphere which is by far and away the real winner here. She gave Tom the case, and then bentover him, pushing his tie up to cover his collar-button and letting her lips come to within a few inches of his ear. Philip Pullman was grateful for his award and generously praised Pearce at the same time, as the quote below shows. The final reconciliation between Tom, still a child, and the elderly Hatty is, many have argued, one of the most moving moments in children's fiction.


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Toms midnight garden book

Indeed Tom does rather behave like a ghost because he is quite able to walk through walls and doors, and leaves no footprints or shadow. He has no one to play with and nothing to do. Pearce's daughter said that her mother would have "fallen over backwards" if she had heard the asking price for the home.

Tom is warned that it is better for children to remain unseen when Mrs. What can I read next? As Tom got in, Mrs Long looked past him to the driver.

She didn't start school until she was eight or nine years old due to ill health. Would the story be as confusing to a kid or Would it be easier for him to figure it out? Tom sees the family occasionally, but only Hatty and as is revealed later in the book, the gardener sees him and the others believe she plays alone.

Philippa Pearce, one of England's most respected children's authors, returned many times to the themes of ghosts, and wrinkles in time, in her writing. Plus, while he stays the same age, Hatty does not.

Rating: 4 out of 5 Also reviewed by: Did I miss yours? It is a beautiful, haunting evocative story of childhood, growing up, adulthood and old age. This is my 98th book this year and just my 2nd children's fiction.

Tom's feelings and moods are depicted vividly and the scenery is described with care. Every night the clock strikes thirteen, and every night Tom goes out into the garden.

Nervously at first, Tom explores. He never recovered from the health problems that developed as a result of his being a prisoner of war. Finally she grows up at a faster rate, until she is an adult and is courting an acquaintance of hers, Barty. She based the Midnight Garden itself on Mill House, in Great Shelford, England, where she herself grew up, attending the prestigious Perse School for Girls in nearby Cambridge, and becoming, as an adult and a published author, a sort of unconventional literary mascot for subsequent generations of imaginative little girls at the school.

Themes and literary significance[ edit ] The book is regarded as a classic but it also has overtones that permeate other areas of Pearce's work. He climbs trees, run about, makes a tree house etc. Innovative plot. I was surprised finding myself that I really liked this book.

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Which one of them is real and which one the ghost? And sometimes Tom can't find Hatty anywhere. Are dreams real? He is trying to get to sleep when he hears the old grandfather clock strike one — no hang on two — it had skipped an hour and yet it carried on — three, four, five!

A yard can be unattractive unless a person takes steps to beautify it with items such as potted plants. They have started dating, and his name is Barty.

It is the story of the loss of Eden into a fuller understanding that goes beyond childish interests. After graduation, Pearce worked as a civil servant in London. Sometimes, they are even more complex and engaging than other popular bestsellers written with adult readers in mind.

Philippa Pearce was the runner up for Tom's Midnight Garden. Her father's age, the declining need for a local grain miller, and the size of the house made it impossible to maintain.Dec 12,  · After having just read the book over the summer, I did a book review of it for the library in Belfast Metropolition College at Millfield.

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Publisher: Oxford University Press. Tom is sent away to stay with his aunt and uncle for the summer holidays. With no garden or children to play with, he feels lonely and unhappy, until one night he hears the clock striking thirteen and discovers a secret garden where he makes a new friend, Hatty.

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