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The Witchs Daughter On the Scottish island of Skua, a friendship develops between lonely and mysterious Perdita and a blind girl and her brother as the threesome look for rare orchids, explore the island caves, and meet up with jewel thieves. Read The Witchs Daughter Author Nina Bawden – wildweaves.co.uk

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  1. Superficially, this is a fun mystery adventure but not the best one a kid will ever read Kind of exciting, sort of intriguing Muchthan that it s a study of how different children cope with different challenges, and what different strengths they develop The title character, an orphan, is half wild only because her caregivers raise her so the fact is that she desperately wants to go to school, to learn, perhaps even to make friends The blind girl is the most bold, the most dissat Superficially, this is a fun mystery adventure but not the best one a kid will ever read Kind of exciting, sort of intriguing Muchthan that it s a study of how different children cope with different challenges, and what different strengths they develop The title character, an orphan, is half wild only because her caregivers raise her so the fact is that she desperately wants to go to school, to learn, perhaps even to make friends The blind girl is the most bold, the most dissatisfied with being a child Her older brother ...

  2. Originally published on my blog here.This is the second book I have read from Faber s Faber Finds series of reprints, and the second which has been a revelation Nina Bawden is not a writer who is entirely unfamiliar to me I am sure that I read some of her books as a child, but no titles spring to mind unprompted I definitely hadn t read The Witch s Daughter before.The story is aimed at young readers of around ten or eleven, and is set on the fictional Scottish island of Skua Two girls are Originally published on my blog here.This is the second book I have read from Faber s Faber Finds series of reprints, and the second which has been a revelation Nina Bawden is not a writer who is entirely unfamiliar to me I am sure that I read some of her books as a child, but no titles spring to mind unprompted I definitely had...

  3. What does the word plangent mean Having a loud, mournful sound.OK this book is well plangent And it makes you want to spend time in the Hebrides.Focuses on the themes of insight and vision the central character might have the Second Sight, another of the main characters is blind There are searches to find things stolen jewels, black orchids.However, for such an exotic setting and main character, the novel can come across as strangely pedestrian And maybe that s the most mournful thin What does the word plangent mean Having a loud, mournful sound.OK this book is well plangent And it makes you want to spend time in the Hebrides.Focuses on the themes of insight and vision the central character might have the Second Sight, another of the main characters is blind There are searches to find things stolen jewels, black orchids.However, for such an exotic setting and ma...

  4. Another grade school level book This one is set on the Scottish Isle of Skua It involves an orphan girl who is kept isolated from other people, thieves, and island people Good mystery.

  5. Synopsis The Witch s Daughter was written by Nina Bawden and published in 1966 The novel follows a girl named Perdita who is rather an outcast on the Scottish island she lives on When she befriends two siblings who are guests on the island, the three children become involved with jewel thieves.Storyline I liked the storyline in The Witch s Daughter It was nothing extraordinary, but I did enjoy it.Setting The Witch s Daughter is set on a fictional Scottish Island I really liked the setting as Synopsis The Witch s Daughter was written by Nina Bawden and published in 1966 The novel follows a girl named Perdita who is rather an outcast on the Scottish island she lives on When she befriends two siblings who are guests on the island, the three children become involved with jewel thieves.Storyline I liked the storyline in The Witch s Daughter It was nothing extraordinary, but I did enjoy it.Setting The Witch s Daughter is set on a fictional Scottish Island I really liked the setting as it was unique.Characters The characters in The Witch s Daughter were ...

  6. An atmospheric intriguing read indeed Perdita is a young girl, around ten I think, living a rather feral life on a Scottish Island Adopted by an elderly woman who seems to act as a housekeeper to the mysterious Mr Smith, living this solitary life not attending school has meant she is considered an oddity by other children called a witch Onto the island come Tim his blind sister Janey the three of them strike up some sort of friendship become involved in a An atmospheric intriguing read indeed Perdita is a young girl, around ten I think, living a rather feral life on a Scottish Island Adopted by an elderly woman who seems to act as a housekeeper to the mysterious Mr Smith...

  7. 3.75I bought this book at a second hand store because the look and feel of the cover reminded me of my books as a young girl GR didn t have the correct HC details I realized as I was reading this Middle Age book, how much better the writing of young people s books was in the 1960 s when this was written I read YA books now, and 90% of the time I m disappointed with the writing, and the story too often depending on shock technics to enhance a week storyline. This was a well written, lovely l 3.75I bought this book at a second hand store because the look and feel of the cover reminded me of my books as a young girl GR didn t have the correct HC details I realized as I was reading this Middle Age book, how much better the writing of young people s books was in the 1960 s when this was written I read YA books now, and 90% ...

  8. The title of The Witch s Daughter is rather misleading The titular character is a lonely, neglected girl on a lonely, neglected Scottish island who is shunned by the other children for being a witch s daughter She does not go to school, cannot read, and is almost feral There is no actual witch ...

  9. Childhood favorite

  10. A good book and a strange book.Im glad that I didnt rea this as a child I find Nina Balwdens books hard to read but I still really enjoy them.