Added by on 2018-06-10

Ten-year-old Mary comes to live on the Yorkshire moors and discovers an invalid cousin and the mysteries of a locked garden. After the death of her parents, Mary is brought back from India as a forlorn and unwanted child, to live in her uncle’s great lonely house on the moors. Then one day she discovers the key to a secret garden and, like magic, her life begins to brighten in so many ways. 2 in 1: a reader and a read aloud book. You will love this simple retelling of the famous book by Frances Hodgson Burnett “The Secret Garden”! Enjoy this timeless classic, adapted for younger children to enjoy and love! The All Aboard Reading series features stories that capture beginning readers’ imagination while developing their vocabulary and reading comprehension. Frances Hodgeson Burnett’s “The Secret Garden” adapted by Deborah Hautzig and illustrated by Natalie Carabetta – All Aboard Reading, Level 3, Grades 2-3. Read Aloud by Little Angel Reader **Copyright information** All material is owned by the creators (authors, illustrators, publishers) displayed or mentioned in this video. Reading this storybook was done under the Fair Use of a copyrighted work for entertainment & educational purposes. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLola Plants a Garden- Read Aloud, Read Along Audio Story Books for ChildrenThe Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnette Childrens Story Full Audio Book Kids StoriesLearn english through story – The Secret Garden – level 2Learn English For Children – Through Story: The Secret Garden (Level 3)Learn English Through Stories Subtitles The Secret Garden Level 3Learn English Through Story ★ Subtitles: The Secret Garden (Level 3)

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3 Comments

  • CRISTO VIVE 2 months ago

    I learned lot of eanglish God bless vou

  • Alican Kozaģaçlı 2 months ago

    thank you.

  • Janete Souza 2 months ago

    Thanks a lot! I'm learning English by myself and your stories read aloud are helping me a lot! And I love childre's books!