Puck of Pook's Hill

Puck of Pook's Hill

Book - 1951
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Puck, the last of the People of the Hills and "the oldest thing in England", charms the children Dan and Una with a collection of tales and visitors out of England's past.
Publisher: London : Macmillan, ©1951.
Edition: Young people's edition.
Characteristics: 306 pages ;,20 cm.

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Jan 12, 2018

When Dan and Una stage a performance of A Midsummer Night's Dream in a fairy ring, they are astonished by the appearance of Puck in person. He explains that he is the last of the People of the Hills, who started as gods before descending into this world.
Puck leads the two children in a series of extraordinary historical adventures in which they meet, Romans and Crusaders, Saxons and Vikings. Kipling's charming songs and verses, including the famous Smuggler's Song are placed between each thrilling story.

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