The Borrowers' Bulletin

Author: United States. Federal Farm Loan Bureau

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Category: Agricultural credit

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The Borrowers

Author: Judith Elkin

Publisher: Puffin

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Category: Borrowers (Fictitious characters)

Page: 224

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'Oh dear,' exclaimed Mrs May lightly, 'don't say they're in this house too!' Pod, Homily and Arrietty are a family of tiny people who live beneath the floorboards. Everything they have is borrowed from the 'human beans', who don't even know they exist. That is, until the fateful day when Arrietty makes friends with 'the boy upstairs' . . .

The Borrowers 2-in-1

Author: Mary Norton

Publisher: Hachette UK

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Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 368

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Deep beneath the floorboards lives the tiny Borrower family - Pod, Homily and Arrietty Clock. Everything they have is borrowed from the humans above them, even their names are not quite their own. There is just one rule: they must never be seen. Then one day Arrietty meets the boy, and the family's incredible adventure begins. A great value edition of the first two classic BORROWERS books to tie in with this year's BBC 90-minute family Christmas special.

Debates

Official Report

Author: Canada. Parliament. House of Commons

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Category: Canada

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The Complete Borrowers

Author: Mary Norton

Publisher: Puffin

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Page: 720

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The Borrowers live in the secret places of quiet old houses - behind the mantelpiece, inside the harpsichord, under the kitchen clock. Everything they have is borrowed from the 'human beans', who don't even know they exist. But then young Arrietty makes friends with a boy - a 'human bean' - and from that moment danger is never far away for, above all else, they must avoid the great disaster of 'being seen'. In The Borrowers Afield the Pod family escape to the fields where their cousins live, but it's a long and dangerous journey. In The Borrowers Afloat Arrietty looks forward to a life away from the dark country cottage, to one full of sunshine. In The Borrowers Aloft-the family are now living in the model village of Little Fordham. All they have to do is avoid being seen by the visitors . . . In The Borrowers AvengedPod, Homily and Arrietty have managed to escape with the help of Spiller. They move into the old rectory where they live happily until the Potters come looking for them. Poor Stainless-Young Stainless, a Borrower boy, goes missing on a mission to borrow some parsley and an enormous search ensues. %%%A complete collection of the classic Borrowers stories by Mary Norton. The Borrowers- The Borrowers own nothing at all; they live in the secret places of quiet old houses - behind the mantelpiece, inside the harpsichord, under the kitchen clock. Everything they have is borrowed from the 'human beans', who don't even know they exist. Arrietty's father, Pod, is an expert Borrower - he can scale curtains using a hatpin and bring back a doll's teacup without breaking it. Girls aren't supposed to go borrowing but as Arrietty is an only child her father breaks the rule. But then Arrietty makes friends with a boy - a 'human bean' - and from that moment danger is never far away for, above all else, they must avoid the great disaster of 'being seen'. The Borrowers Afield- The Pod family escape to the fields where their cousins live, but it's a long and dangerous journey. At last they find a new home and adapt to country life. The Borrowers Afloat- Homeless again, Arrietty looks forward to a life away from the dark country cottage, to one full of sunshine. The Borrowers Aloft- The family are now living in the model village of Little Fordham - a complete village tailored to their size. All they have to do is avoid being seen by the visitors, but one night the owner of a rival village comes with a cardboard box ready to catch them . . . The Borrowers Avenged- Pod, Homily and Arrietty have managed to escape with the help of Spiller. They move into the old rectory where they live happily until the Potters come looking for them. After a horrifying encounter in the church, the Potters get their just desserts and the Borrowers can live peacefully once and for all. Poor Stainless- Young Stainless, a Borrower boy, goes miss

The Borrowers Afloat

Author: Mary Norton

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Category: Adventure stories

Page: 174

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The third story of the Borrowers, a family of tiny people, in which they find a home in an old kettle.

Code of Federal Regulations

Agriculture

Author: United States. Department of Agriculture

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Category: Agricultural laws and legislation

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Special edition of the Federal register, containing a codification of documents of general applicability and future effect as of ... with ancillaries.