Judy teaches her aunt to forgive while at her house for the summer!
My daughter adored this story. The little girl teaches her aunt and those around her how to love and forgive others. This story was so inspiring to my daughter.
My daughter loved this book so much she could not put it down. She finished it in a few days and the quality is perfect. I can trust the books from The Good and The Beautiful.
This book is a great addition to any family library. We loved this story about Judy who comes to live with her cranky old aunt. Judy’s example helps her aunt to find love and forgiveness in her heart. Just a great book overall!
Aunt Maria is a perfect curmudgeon. She’s proud, impenetrable, and intimidating, and even I was afraid of her just reading the book! How wonderful to see, though, that even the coldest of hearts can be warmed up and softened by gentle influence. Number Eleven Poplar Street is a wonderful story of penance and forgiveness for any child to read.
Judy has never been away from her cozy home in the country before, but this summer she’d to spend a whole month living in town with Aunt Maria on Poplar Street. Why does the street have two houses called Number Eleven? Why won’t Aunt Maria speak to her neighbor? Come along with Judy as she make new friends, solves mysteries, and brings joy to the people of Poplar Street.
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