<address id="9bvhz"></address>

        <address id="9bvhz"><nobr id="9bvhz"><meter id="9bvhz"></meter></nobr></address>

              A picture for the book The Secret Garden

              The Secret Garden

              Brunett created an inspirational tale of transformation and empowerment. Mary Lennox, a sickly and contrary little girl, is orphaned to dim prospects in a gloomy English manor - her only friend is a bed-ridden boy named Colin whose prospects may be dimmer than hers. But when Mary finds the key to a Secret Garden, the magical powers of transformation fall within her reach.

              The Secret Garden

              Featured in our collection of Books for Young Readers and 25 Great American Novels.

              Chapter I. There is No One Left

              Chapter II. Mistress Mary Quite Contrary

              Chapter III. Across the Moor

              Chapter IV. Martha

              Chapter V. The Cry in the Corridor

              Chapter VI. "There was Some One Crying--There was!"

              Chapter VII. The Key to the Garden

              Chapter VIII. The Robin who Showed the Way

              Chapter IX. The Strangest House any one Ever Lived In

              Chapter X. Dickon

              Chapter XI. The Nest of the Missel Thrush

              Chapter XII. "Might I Have a Bit of Earth?"

              Chapter XIII. "I Am Colin"

              Chapter XIV. A Young Rajah

              Chapter XV. Nest Building

              Chapter XVI. "I Won't!" said Mary

              Chapter XVII. A Tantrum

              Chapter XVIII. "Tha' Munnot Waste no Time"

              Chapter XIX. "It has Come!"

              Chapter XX. "I Shall Live Forever--and Ever--And Ever!"

              Chapter XXI. Ben Weatherstaff

              Chapter XXII. When the Sun Went Down

              Chapter XXIII. Magic

              Chapter XXIV. "Let Them Laugh"

              Chapter XXV. The Curtain

              Chapter XXVI. "It's Mother!"

              Chapter XXVII. In the Garden

              Return to the Frances Hodgson Burnett library.