Happiness is like a handful of seeds, when we are young. So tiny they are, that anyone might lose them easily, but as children, we tend to cultivate them. We take care and love all those tiny shards of happiness around us, and all those seeds turn into colorful flowers that make our worlds so beautiful.
When we grow older, however, most of us start forgetting to take care of this precious garden, as more and more we have to be concerned about things in our lives that we judge to be more important. With this, our once colorful garden turns out a dry and grey land, and happiness becomes something more and more difficult for us to pursue.
This classical story, first published in 1911, written by the amazing Frances Hodgson Burnett, is sure to take us back to those colorful times, as Mary Lennox, a rude and spoiled 10 years old girl learns to look at the world with different eyes, and finds herself in a much bright and colorful world.
Join her in her journey through the magical scenery of England, as she slowly discovers a totally new self, enjoying with new friends and learning valuable lessons with them and with nature.
It is a story that will definitely warm your heart.