Mary Poppins


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Mary Poppins

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The Midnight Fox and The Eyes of the Amaryllis

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 Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers

7 September 2009

This is one very interesting and well, classical(sort of. It's a classic right?) book. It sure is very old too( 1900s I think). This book is about Mary Poppins, a nanny who came down from the sky in an umbrella. The children are Jane(the oldest kid of the Banks family), John(second oldest), and the baby twins, John and Barbara. These children abosolutely love Mary Poppins, and of course they wonder when she is going away. She came by the east wind and she will leave in the opposite wind direction. I think the chorus of  "I'll leave when the wind blows" by The All-American Rejects is very suitable for this book if  it was a movie. Mary Poppins is very amazing and magical. She can pull out clothes and hangers and stuff like that out of an EMPTY CARPET BAG!!! How cool is that! M.P can pull out a camp bed from under the kids' beds, which was originally EMPTY! M.P. is also very vain, looking at her reflection every chance she gets. She also has this bottle of medicine for taking once a day before bedtime.

The good things about the story is that it is interesting although it is old. The bad things, well, I don't think there is any bad stuff about the story