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The original best-loved classic about the world’s most famous nanny – Mary Poppins.
When the Banks family advertise for a nanny, Mary Poppins and her talking umbrella appear out of the sky, ready to take the children on extraordinary adventures.
Mary Poppins is strict but fair, and soon Michael and Jane are whisked off to a funfair inside a pavement picture and on many more outings with their wonderful new nanny!
Needless to say, when at last ‘the wind changes’ and she flies away, the children are devastated. But the magic of Mary Poppins will stay with the Banks family forever.
The original story of the world’s most famous nanny, Mary Poppins, is a timeless classic that has enchanted generations.
“Like all great children’s classics, Mary Poppins is frightening and sad as well as magic and very funny”
“Absolutely alive, and aglint with magic”
Walter de la Mare
Mary Poppins is the Good Fairy, whom we are all seeking”
Times Literary Supplement
About the author
P.L. Travers was born in 1899 in Maryborough in Queensland, Australia and was one of three sisters.
She worked as a secretary, a dancer and an actress, but writing was P.L. Travers’s real love, and for many years she was a journalist. It was while recuperating from a serious illness that she wrote Mary Poppins – “to while away the days, but also to put down something that had been in my mind for a long time”, she said. She recieved an OBE in 1977, and died in 1996.