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Secrets of the Painted Door By Pepper Couëlle-Sterling,

  • Title: Secrets of the Painted Door
  • Author: Pepper Couëlle-Sterling
  • ISBN: 9780889823198
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • Anna always looked forward to summer holidays This summer is different Anna is sent to live with her Grandfather, an eccentric artist in his strange new studio She s terribly afraid that she will be left alone with her books while he paints every day, the summer dragging on page after page A chance meeting on the ferry, secret gatherings in the garden, and a painted doAnna always looked forward to summer holidays This summer is different Anna is sent to live with her Grandfather, an eccentric artist in his strange new studio She s terribly afraid that she will be left alone with her books while he paints every day, the summer dragging on page after page A chance meeting on the ferry, secret gatherings in the garden, and a painted door, quickly change Anna s perceptions The painted door opens to exciting adventures ancient and mysterious, dangerous and magical Most unexpectedly, the painted door opens to opportunities for friendship and self discovery.
    Secrets of the Painted Door Anna always looked forward to summer holidays This summer is different Anna is sent to live with her Grandfather an eccentric artist in his strange new studio She s terribly afraid that she will be l

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    1. I initially thought that this book was another Harry Potterish read about magicians and magic, but it is different The characters are introspective at times and believable The fantasy is intermingled with real facts about science, art and history to the point where as an adult you aren t really sure if it s truth or fabrication In conclusion, it s a great read for both kids and adults.

    2. My daughter was given this book for her birthday and we ended up reading it together She loved the adventure and I loved that fact that the protagonist was a strong, intelligent female Just like Anna in the story, we have an Artbutus tree in our backyard that my daughter likes to climb and read books in There were lots of challenges that the main characters had to overcome but also some wonderful descriptions with interesting facts interwoven into the plot The relationships of the characters wer [...]

    3. I received this book free through Thanks to the author for signing the book This book was unlike any other story I ve read and it was pretty good I liked it My kids have started reading it now and seem to like it as they seem to be engrossed by it and are arguing over who gets to read it when they have free time

    4. My Grade 6 class really enjoyed this book It was a journey of fact and fiction rich with humour and unique character development What a descriptive imagination

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