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The secret language (original: 1960; edição: 1961)
de Ursula Nordstrom (Autor)
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The Secret Language de Ursula Nordstrom (1960)
At first, Victoria North is miserable at the Coburn Home School. Her housemother is very strict, she' s terribly homesick and the other girls don' t seem to have any time for a shy new girl. Then Vicky meets Martha Sherman, and everything changes. Martha introduces Vicky to pie-beds, midnight feasts and all the other wonderful things about boarding school. She even teaches Vicky a secret language that only the two of them share. Soon, with Martha' s help, Vicky finds herself thinking of Coburn Home School as home.... Written by acclaimed children' s book editor Ursula Nordstrom, this is an enchanting story about two young girls who share a special friendship while away at school.Originally published in 1960, this enchanting story of two young girls who develop a special friendship and a secret language while away at school is the only novel ever written by renowned children s book editor Ursula Nordstrom. Nordstrom s gentle, acutely observedpicture of the boarding-school world catches the essential fascination of that special community and at the same time, deals with certain problems common to any little girl adjusting to a new school. The New York Times Mary Chalmers is the illustrator of many books for young readers, including the I Can Read Book Marigold and Grandma on the Town by Stephanie Calmenson, and Easter Parade, which she also wrote. She lives with her three cats in Greenbelt, MD
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