The Green Door

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The Green Door ➺ The Green Door Free ➰ Author Mary E. Wilkins Freeman – Polishdarling.co.uk Letitia unlocks a little green door at her great aunt Peggy s house, which transports her back in time to when her great great great grandparents lived Letitia unlocks a little green door at her great aunt Peggy s house, The Green Epub / which transports her back in time to when her great great great grandparents lived.


10 thoughts on “The Green Door

  1. K. Anna Kraft K. Anna Kraft says:

    I m going to say that this isn t a bad read, but I also found myself distracted by things that were not the point of the piece My thoughts have been arranged into a haiku I find I m concerned,How long dead would that girl beBefore Aunty cared


  2. Charlotte Charlotte says:

    A short, early time travel story, in which a little girl goes to the time of her colonial American ancestors, and learns useful household skills, while being afraid of Indians The savage Indian part of the plot was unappealing, but the details of the past were pleasant Too short for my taste, but I d have enjoyed it as an 8 year old.


  3. Larry Plemmons Larry Plemmons says:

    I truly enjoyed this short story and recommend it, especially since it is free onValuable lessons were learned by two children dissatisfied with their lots.


  4. Perry Whitford Perry Whitford says:

    Letitia Hopkins, aged ten, had always been told to avoid the mysterious green door inside her home But when she finds herself alone in the house with the key she can t resist herself, she becomesso naughty that she dared not wait for fear she should remember that she ought to be good She finds herself transported five generations into the past, a time when girls worked indoors on laborious tasks from sunrise to sunset and when Injuns constantly threatened The Green Door is a near perfect c Letitia Hopkins, aged ten, had always been told to avoid the mysterious green door inside her home But when she finds herself alone in the house with the key she can t resist herself, she becomesso naughty that she dared not wait for fear she should remember that she ought to be good She finds herself transported five generations into the past, a time when girls worked indoors on laborious tasks from sunrise to sunset and when Injuns constantly threatened The Green Door is a near perfect children s story with a good clear lesson, ingeniously imparted


  5. Kelly McGee Kelly McGee says:

    Sweet little paranormal taleIt was interesting and well written I am a huge fan of her stories This one kept me guessing till the end.


  6. Pharmapoet Pharmapoet says:

    One of my favourite childhood stories


  7. Jennie Simmons Jennie Simmons says:

    Good short storyI enjoy novels by this author, and this story conveys her writing style, along with a touch of the supernatural.


  8. Rishindra Chinta Rishindra Chinta says:

    This was pretty short It s about a girl who learns to be grateful for things It s alright.


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10 thoughts on “The Green Door

  1. K. Anna Kraft K. Anna Kraft says:

    I m going to say that this isn t a bad read, but I also found myself distracted by things that were not the point of the piece My thoughts have been arranged into a haiku I find I m concerned,How long dead would that girl beBefore Aunty cared


  2. Charlotte Charlotte says:

    A short, early time travel story, in which a little girl goes to the time of her colonial American ancestors, and learns useful household skills, while being afraid of Indians The savage Indian part of the plot was unappealing, but the details of the past were pleasant Too short for my taste, but I d have enjoyed it as an 8 year old.


  3. Larry Plemmons Larry Plemmons says:

    I truly enjoyed this short story and recommend it, especially since it is free onValuable lessons were learned by two children dissatisfied with their lots.


  4. Perry Whitford Perry Whitford says:

    Letitia Hopkins, aged ten, had always been told to avoid the mysterious green door inside her home But when she finds herself alone in the house with the key she can t resist herself, she becomesso naughty that she dared not wait for fear she should remember that she ought to be good She finds herself transported five generations into the past, a time when girls worked indoors on laborious tasks from sunrise to sunset and when Injuns constantly threatened The Green Door is a near perfect c Letitia Hopkins, aged ten, had always been told to avoid the mysterious green door inside her home But when she finds herself alone in the house with the key she can t resist herself, she becomesso naughty that she dared not wait for fear she should remember that she ought to be good She finds herself transported five generations into the past, a time when girls worked indoors on laborious tasks from sunrise to sunset and when Injuns constantly threatened The Green Door is a near perfect children s story with a good clear lesson, ingeniously imparted


  5. Kelly McGee Kelly McGee says:

    Sweet little paranormal taleIt was interesting and well written I am a huge fan of her stories This one kept me guessing till the end.


  6. Pharmapoet Pharmapoet says:

    One of my favourite childhood stories


  7. Jennie Simmons Jennie Simmons says:

    Good short storyI enjoy novels by this author, and this story conveys her writing style, along with a touch of the supernatural.


  8. Rishindra Chinta Rishindra Chinta says:

    This was pretty short It s about a girl who learns to be grateful for things It s alright.


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