Tom's Midnight Garden

Tom's Midnight Garden

Book - 2005
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When his brother catches measles, Tom is sent away to stay with his aunt & uncle. What a boring summer it's going to be. But then, lying in bed one night, he hears the grandfather clock in the hall strike the hour of 13 o'clock. What can it mean?
Publisher: Toronto : Puffin, 2005
ISBN: 9780141319995
0141319992
Branch Call Number: J FIC Pearc 3558
Characteristics: [234] p
Additional Contributors: Brown, Barbara

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Lshredder
Jul 09, 2017

I really enjoyed this book as it was unrealistic but not fantasy plus the ending was great.

vpl_childrens Dec 15, 2015

Tom is not pleased when told he must spend the summer with his aunt and uncle while his brother recovers from the measles. One look at his uncle and aunt's house, and he is sure he'll be bored out of his mind. However, one night, when the old grandfather clock mysteriously strikes thirteen, Tom makes an incredible discovery that makes him want to stay.

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lisahiggs
Sep 07, 2012

WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS! This is a classic that I like but do not enjoy, however well worth the $1 price tag at the library book sale. We spend so long time-traveling with Tom and enjoying his attempts in the present to talk about space-time with his uncle, that to discover abruptly at the end that Tom is actually visiting a dream plane with an old woman is fairly unsatisfying. And kind of weird. Wasn’t time travel interesting enough?

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Keogh
May 30, 2011

Great reading for kids and adults alike.

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yellow_badger_36
Jun 13, 2012

yellow_badger_36 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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