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Luti, whom the formidable Miss Andrew has taken from the South Seas to London in order to civilize, feels the need to go home again, so Mary Poppins helps him get back to his island by way of the Man-in-the-Moon.(Libraries Australia record).
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This work is affiliated with the AustLit subset Asian-Australian Children's Literature and Publishing because it has a Japanese translation.
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yMary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane [and] Mary Poppins and the House Next DoorP. L. Travers,
London:Collins,1999Z14505151999selected work children's fiction children's In Mary Poppins in Cherry Tree Lane 'Mary Poppins, everyone's favourite nanny, takes the Banks children on another unforgettable adventure. On the most magical of nights, Midsummer's Eve, all kinds of strange things can happen--mythical visitors come down from the heavens and animals speak. But Mary Poppins takes it all in stride, drawing everyone, even the trembling Park Keeper, into the spirit of a romantic and magical holiday.' (Source: GoodReads)
In Marry Poppins and the House Next Door 'Mary Poppins, the unflappable nanny of the Banks children, is back again! This time she returns to save the house next door to the Bankses'. The house has always been empty, and so has become the treasure of Cherry Tree Lane--each neighbor has filled it with personal dreams.
Then a new, but not unknown, tenant arrives, and peace in the lane is gravely threatened. Can Mary Poppins, in her own magical, whimsical way, resolve the crisis?' (Source: GoodReads) London:Collins,1999