Today is my stop on the Return to the Secret Garden blog tour and I’m here to give you ten reasons why I loved Return to the Secret Garden.
It’s 1939 and a group of children have been evacuated to Misselthwaite Hall. Emmie is far from happy to have been separated from her cat and sent to a huge old mansion. But soon she starts discovering the secrets of the house – a boy crying at night, a diary written by a girl named Mary and a garden. A very secret garden…
Top Ten Reasons to Read Return to the Secret Garden
It’s a beautifully written and wonderful book that you’re guaranteed to love.
The themes of the first book come through in the sequel so well.
It will make you feel so many emotions, and eventually leave you feeling full of hope and happiness.
The characters are strong, relatable and easy to fall in love with.
The secret garden is beautiful and really envokes an atmosphere of hope.
It was really great to read about the characters again and see where there lives had taken them.
The background setting was so intense and powerful, making the story more intriguing and fascinating.
There’s a great feeling of belonging in this book, especially as the main protagonist finally feels like she has a place of her own.
The book is addictive, easy-to-read and a book that you really don’t want to miss – especially if you loved The Secret Garden.
It is a book that has a beautiful cover that perfectly illustrates the beautiful writing and story inside.
Have I Persuaded You Yet?
If not, you can follow the rest of the tour here!
Scholastic are giving away a copy of The Secret Garden by Francis Hodgson Burnett and a copy of Return to the Secret Garden by Holly Webb to one lucky blog tour follower! [UK AND IRL ONLY]