This Workbook contains over 70 pages of reading comprehension worksheets with comprehension questions and vocabulary words for The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett! (Sample Pages.) After purchase you’ll instantly receive a printable pdf download.
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This workbook is different than our other in that it only contains the student and teacher (i.e., answer key) “guides” (with lots of vocabulary and comprehension questions for each chapter), and does not contain the “workbook” with lines for the student’s to write their answers upon. However, the guide is very in-depth, and contains several vocabulary and comprehension question for each chapter. Here’s an example:
About The Secret Garden
“…a beautifully written book about two selfish, disagreeable English cousins — Mary and Colin — whose lives and dispositions are transformed when they find their way into a locked, walled garden.”
– Common Sense Media
“The Secret Garden,” a children’s novel penned by Frances Hodgson Burnett, made its literary debut in 1911 and has etched a place in the hearts of readers spanning generations. This enduring tale introduces us to Mary Lennox, a 10-year-old girl who is both spoiled and neglected, her world irrevocably altered when her parents meet their demise in India. Orphaned, Mary is dispatched to reside with her recluse of an uncle, Archibald Craven, within his sprawling mansion nestled amidst the Yorkshire moors of England.
Unhappiness pervades Mary’s new abode, compounded by her sense of resentment toward her emotionally distant and aloof uncle. Left to her own devices, she finds solace in the exploration of the mansion’s surrounding gardens, where she stumbles upon a concealed paradise that has lain locked and neglected for years. The garden stands in a state of overgrown wilderness, yet Mary resolutely commits herself to resurrecting its former splendor.
As Mary devotes herself to the garden’s revival and delves into its enigmas, she encounters an array of individuals who aid her on her journey. Among them are a robin, a kind-hearted maid, and an ailing young boy named Colin, who happens to be her uncle’s own son. Mary, Colin, and the garden itself intertwine their destinies, evolving and healing in unison. The pages of “The Secret Garden” unfurl to reveal poignant lessons on love, friendship, and the possibility of redemption.
“The Secret Garden” stands as an exquisitely written and timeless narrative, brimming with an aura of enchantment, intrigue, and heartfelt moments. Its enduring appeal makes it mandatory reading for devotees of children’s literature and individuals seeking an engrossing and uplifting literary journey.
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