Mary Poppins from A to Z

Mary Poppins from A to Z

Language: English

Pages: 64

ISBN: 0152058346

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


P. L. Travers introduced Mary Poppins to the world in 1934. Ever since, the no-nonsense English nanny has been beloved by children and adults everywhere.

Originally published in 1962 and long unavailable, Mary Poppins from A to Z offers a unique glimpse of the famous Poppins cast. Twenty-six vignettes--one for each letter of the alphabet--weave unexpected tales of Mary Poppins, the Banks children, and other characters from Travers's timeless novels. As an added twist, each vignette is filled with fun and unusual words that start with the featured letter.

In full color for the first time, this enchanting new edition will delight both old and new fans of the inimitable Mary Poppins.

The Berenstain Bears and the In-Crowd

Agent Q, or the Smell of Danger! (Pals in Peril, Book 4)

Cam Jansen and the Ghostly Mystery (Cam Jansen, Book 16)

Five Have Plenty of Fun (Famous Five, Book 14)

Native American History for Kids

Junie B. Jones and the Yucky Blucky Fruitcake (Junie B. Jones, Book 5)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cherry trees Cover them with shade, and the Cherries drop into their mouths. "Chew them Carefully, all of you, in Case you Crack your teeth." The Park Keeper Clambers over the fence. "Collect your Cherrystones!" he Cries. "There is a Container at the Corner." "We are quite Capable of Conducting ourselves Correctly," says Mary Poppins. as she Calmly Continues on her way. A Cuckoo Chants in a Cherry tree; a Cross-eyed Cat is Chasing a Caterpillar. The sun Courses away to the west, and the

Lark, Skidding across the Scene. Andrew, in his Sealskin jacket. Seizes her Skirt and Steadies her. "No Skidding allowed!" Shouts the Park Keeper, very Superior, all day long. But at night, when all is Still and Silent, he Steals through the Solitary park. Singing a Secret Song. Over the flower beds he Spreads the Snow. Stroking it very Softly and Slowly, as though he were Smoothing the Sheets of a bed. "Sh!" he whispers. "Let nobody Stir. Sleep till the Spring when the Sap rises." For the

Lark, Skidding across the Scene. Andrew, in his Sealskin jacket. Seizes her Skirt and Steadies her. "No Skidding allowed!" Shouts the Park Keeper, very Superior, all day long. But at night, when all is Still and Silent, he Steals through the Solitary park. Singing a Secret Song. Over the flower beds he Spreads the Snow. Stroking it very Softly and Slowly, as though he were Smoothing the Sheets of a bed. "Sh!" he whispers. "Let nobody Stir. Sleep till the Spring when the Sap rises." For the

Unusual and rarely to be found. Try your Utmost, hunt through all the Universe, and you still may not Unearth him. But don't be Upset. If you have Untroubled eyes, you will see what the children see. Under Mary Poppins' Umbrella, white as the Upper part of a mushroom, with a single horn Upon his brow, reclines a Unicorn! The Policeman, in his new blue Uniform, stares Uneasily. "What are those Urchins at?" he wonders. "All so United, gaping at nothing? Something Urgent is Up, but what?" An

"What a Zany you are," says Mr. Banks. "The number of Zulus here is Zero." At that moment the clock strikes twelve. Bells ring out from all the steeples, echoing up to the sky's Zenith to tell the lovely news. "The New Year's born!" cries everyone. "Let us welcome it!" Mary Poppins puts her arms round the children as they sing the Admiral's song. "A happy New Year. Jane and Michael!" she says. "Now. say good night. Zip up your slippers, no more skipping with trippers. From A to Z the

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