Mary Poppins: The Complete Collection

Mary Poppins: The Complete Collection

P. L. Travers

Language: English

Pages: 471

ISBN: B00LLOZ4UU

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


This fantastic omnibus edition contains all six original Mary Poppins stories: Mary Poppins, Mary Poppins Comes Back, Mary Poppins Opens the Door, Mary Poppins in the Park, Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane / Mary Poppins and the House Next Door (2-in-1 edition). All magical children's classics, it's the perfect gift. When their new nanny, Mary Poppins, arrives on a gust of the East Wind, greets their mother, and slides up the banister, Jane and Michael's lives are turned magically upside down. Familiar to anyone who has seen the film or the West End adaptation, you can now read all six of these wonderfully original tales about Jane and Michael's adventures with the magical Mary Poppins. In each book Mary takes the children on the most extraordinary outings: to a fun fair inside a pavement picture; to visit Uncle Andrew who floats up to the ceiling when he laughs; on a spectacular trip to see the Man-in-the-Moon! With her strict but fair, no-nonsense attitude, combined with amazing magical powers, things are never straightforward with Mary Poppins! But she has only promised to stay until the wind changes! Titles include: / Mary Poppins / Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane / Mary Poppins and the House Next Door / Mary Poppins Opens the Door / Mary Poppins in the Park / Mary Poppins Comes Back

A Horse Called September

The Berenstain Bears Get Their Kicks

Bunnicula Strikes Again! (Bunnicula, Book 6)

Cam Jansen and the Birthday Mystery (Cam Jansen, Book 20)

Thomas Gets a Snowplow (Thomas & Friends)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

understand a figure of speech! “Oh – every thousand years or so. Once in a lifetime – if you’re lucky!” he said crossly. And, stuffing the cane into the Elephant’s Leg, he hooked the ash-stick over his arm and started for the City. Mary Poppins smiled as she watched him go. A curious, secret smile it was, and the children wondered what it meant. Mrs Banks came bustling up the kitchen stairs. “Oh, dear! Mary Poppins, what do you think! Miss Lark’s dog, Willoughby, has just been in and eaten a

white object into Mary Poppins’ hand. “It’s a Conversation!” Michael exclaimed. Jane peered at the letters in the fading light. “‘Fare Thee Well, my Fairy Fay!’” she read out. “Are you going away, then, Nellie-Rubina?” “Oh, dear me, yes! Tonight’s the night!” Nellie-Rubina gave a tinkling laugh as she glanced at Mary Poppins. “You can keep it to eat on the way, Mary Poppins!” Uncle Dodger nodded at the Conversation. “Uncle Dodger!” cried Nellie-Rubina. “Oh, my! Oh, my! Out of turn again!

relief as he landed safely in the middle of the nearest puffball. Then he was skimming lightly across it and jumping on to the next. Oh, on he went, bounding over the gulfs of air between the floating clouds. A shrill sound came back to them. He was singing, they could distinguish the words: “I am Luti, Son of the Sun, I am wearing a garment of roses, I am going home to my island, Peace and blessings, O clouds!” Then he was silent and lost to sight. Mary Poppins was standing beside them and the

modestly. But you could see he was really very pleased with himself indeed. Just then the Waiter stopped in front of them, beside a large white doorway that looked as though it were made of thick chalk lines. “Here you are!” he said. “This is the Way Out.” “Goodbye and thank you,” said Mary Poppins, shaking his hand. “Moddom, goodbye!” said the Waiter, bowing so low that his head knocked against his knees. He nodded to the Match Man, who cocked his head on one side and closed one eye at the

“The Prime Minister”. “What shall I do?” she cried. “The old woman at the Gates said ‘Take your choice and take your time, my deary-duck!’And I did. But I’ve got the wrong one. I’m not the Prime Minister!” “Excuse me, but I am!” said a voice at her side, as a tall man, very elegantly dressed and carrying a rolled umbrella, stepped up to her. The lady turned. “Oh, then this is your balloon! Let me see if you’ve got mine!” The Prime Minister, whose balloon was not bouncing him at all, showed it

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