With Progeny Press study guides, students will not only receive quality literary analyses, but also learn to review literature in relation to biblical standards. By utilizing this focus on Scripture, students develop and refine strategies for recognizing and examining man’s philosophies while learning about the craft of writing. Each study guide focuses on literary terms, plot construction, character studies, themes, and ideas.
Story Summary: Mary Lennox, spoiled and selfish, is taken to England to live with her uncle in a large, gloomy house on the moors. There she discovers a locked garden that becomes a place of inner healing and a hidden room in which lives a boy as much in need of healing as Mary.
Secrets abound in Misselthwaite Manor, the large and lonely mansion where orphaned Mary Lennox is sent to live with her mysterious uncle. As Mary explores the mansion’s abandoned rooms and the beautiful gardens that surround the property, she begins to make astounding discoveries that will forever change the lives of all involved.
Frances Hodgson Burnett’s classic and beloved book The Secret Garden is an uplifting and empowering tale that is geared toward young readers but cherished by all ages.
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