1. Mary Poppins by J.L. Travers

They aired the Mary Poppins movie on television over the holiday, and there was some history behind the story. So I thought I would read the actual story. It was delightful! The movie does a good job of following it up to a certain point. They leave much out in the movie. Mary Poppins is much more of a grouch in the book too. I guess there is a whole series of books. I never knew this and may partake of more in the series. Sophie Thompson does a first-class narration too! 
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