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Community Level 5imogen49

imogen49

We would call it stealing!

AdvantagesOriginal, imaginative, nostalgic

Disadvantagesover descriptive for young tastes

"...is a story generated from the mystery of mislaid objects around your house. Maybe it is not your forgetfulness as to where you left something; maybe some tiny people have "borrowed" it instead. This story follows that premise with the main characters being a small family of "borrowers" Pod, Homily and their daughter Arriety being the last borrowers left in an old house. They use things from the house for their own use such as a thimble for a cooking ..." Read review
23.08.2006

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Community Level 2Patricia

Patricia

The Borrowers

AdvantagesOpens up the Imagination

DisadvantagesNone

"...at risk everytime they go on the hunt for food. All the small items that get mislaid, can be found in their home. A small pair of nail scissors become a sword, cotton reels a table. The only fear they have are humans. This is a lovely story and wonderful for children and adults. If only life could be this simple. ..." Read review
12.06.2000

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