By Sue Townsend
This name offers the ongoing adventures of 1 of the UK's most sensible enjoyed comic-characters. as a result of his monetary state of affairs Adrian Mole has been pressured to maneuver round the corner to his mom and dad. And his quite a few nightly visits to the bathroom lead him to suspect prostate trouble...
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The nice part stops at the lawn, but it’s all ours, past those ugly bushes and back through the woods to the creek. Used to be a farm, I guess. ” Now Miri picked her way through the stickery berry coils, looking for a sign of the barn that her mother had mentioned that morning. Stopping in the humming sunshine, she popped a blackberry into her mouth and it exploded in hot, sweet juice. If she lived in the woods, she would live on berries, nuts, and roots, which she would collect in a little basket she’d weave herself from reeds.
And, though Miri had been worried about leaving her friends and the house she had lived in all her life, she thought that having her own room would make up for a lot. It didn’t. Separated from the rest of the upper story by a steep, narrow staircase that was more like a ladder, her room had clearly been part of the attic at one time. Rather than being a rectangle or a square, the walls—and there were a lot of them—formed a peculiar shape. ” said her mother doubtfully, as they stood looking at the room for the first time.
Well, it might be under the house,” Ray said. “Mr. ’ But no one knows where. He says way back in the twenties or something there was a guy who lived here who was a thief, and he buried the junk he stole here, and after he was gone, nobody ever found it. It could be jewelry, he said. ” His mother smiled at him. ” “Maybe it’s bones,” said Robbie in a dreamy voice. “It better not be,” said Mom firmly. “So—let me guess how you got all those cobwebs in your hair. You crawled under the house to look for this stuff.
Adrian Mole: The Prostrate Years (Adrian Mole, Book 8) by Sue Townsend