The Time GardenBook - 1958
Or thyme, as the case may be.
For at Mrs. Whiton's house, magic grows wild as the fragrant banks of thyme in her garden. Eliza insists that time doesn't grow, it flies --yet growing in the garden is olden time, future time, and common time. Or so says the Natterjack, the odd toadlike creature who presides over the garden and accompanies the kids on a series of perilous, hilarious, always unpredictable adventures. "Anything can happen," the Natterjack says with a wink, "when you have all the time in the world."
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By Michael : 4 children find a toad who talks and the toad tells them that the thyme is magic and it could take you on many adventures so one of the adventures the children go on is when Jack and Eliza go to London and the Queen makes them
go to prison and Roger and Ann saves them and they go back home.
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