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Publisher's Summary

This classic series tells the story of the world's mostbeloved nanny, who brings enchantment and excitement with her everywhere she goes.

She's back! Mary Poppins, everyone's favorite nanny, hasreturned to take the Banks children on another unforgettable adventure. On themost magical of nights, Midsummer's Eve, all kinds of strange things can happen - mythicalvisitors come down from the heavens and animals speak. But Mary Poppins takesit all in stride, drawing everyone, even the trembling Park Keeper, into thespirit of a romantic and magical holiday.

©2013 Natasha Wade (P)2013 Blackstone Audio, Inc

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Wish there was more...took short. Story teller was better in other books. This is only 2 chapters!

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A Short Visit On Mid-Summer's Eve

This is a short story versus the previous typical format of a book with several sections and vignettes. The focus here is also a bit different with much time spent looking at things from the Park Keeper's view. It also touches on some softly philosophical thoughts on self worth and the value of how one sees ones self. Not that much of Mary in this story, although she does play key roles. The story does not suffer for this and, in my mind, actually benefits from it.