The Borrowers Afloat

The Borrowers Afloat

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Baker & Taylor
Pod, Homily, and Arrietty sail down the river in a leaky teakettle in search of food and shelter

Baker
& Taylor

The Borrowers, a family of miniature people, journey down a drain, live briefly in a teakettle, and are swept away in a flood before finding a new home. Sequel to "The Borrowers Afield."

Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1959
ISBN: 9780156136037
0156136031
Characteristics: 191

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alperkins Jun 12, 2012

Love this book! Love the whole series in fact--great reading material for the whole family.

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alperkins Jun 12, 2012

Pod, Homily, and Arrietty Clock--a small family of little people called Borrowers--must again pack up their belongings. The house that they are living in, together with their relatives, is about to be locked up--the human 'beans' are moving out. The Clocks desire to move to the miniature town of Little Fordham, built by to house a toy railroad, but the only way to get there is in a boat belonging to their good friend, the mysterious Borrower Spiller. Can the Clocks reach Little Fordham without falling into the hands of Mild Eye, the mercenary gypsy?

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