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The Borrowers series

A series of books chronicling the lives of the Clock family. The series includes these works:

Books in the The Borrowers series:

The Borrowers (1987)

In which we meet Arrietty, Pod and Homily Clock, a family of small people who live behind the wainscot and under the floor.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers (1991)

The Clocks, Pod, his wife Homily and their daughter Arrietty live under the floor boards in an English country house, until one day they are ‘seen.’

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Michael Hague

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The Borrowers (1953)

The story of Arrietty, Pod and Homily Clock was first published in Woman’s Day magazine from June through September 1953 with illustrations by Erik Blegvad.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Erik Blegvad

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The Borrowers (1952)

In which we meet Arrietty, Pod and Homily Clock, a family of small people who live behind the wainscot and under the floor.

1952

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Afield (1955)

Forced to flee their home under the floor, the Clocks meet Spiller and find a new home.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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The Borrowers Afield (1955)

The Clock family, Arrietty, Pod and Homily set out to find a new home.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Afloat (1959)

The Clock family of Borrowers is on the move again, in search of a permanent home, this time traveling by water.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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The Borrowers Afloat (1959)

The Clocks, Arrietty, Pod, and Homily are off down stream to Little Fordham.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Aloft (1980)

Kidnapped from their home at Little Fordham, the Clocks must find a way to escape their prison.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes
Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Aloft (1961)

Kidnapped from their home in Little Fordham, the Clocks, Arrietty, Pod and Homily must find a way to escape their prison.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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The Borrowers Aloft (1961)

Kidnapped from their home in Little Fordham, the Clocks, Arriety, Pod and Homily, must find a way to escape their prison.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Diana Stanley

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The Borrowers Aloft: With the Short Tale Poor Stainless (1990)

Kidnapped from their home at Little Fordham, the Clocks must find away to escape their prison.

Poor Stainless does not return from his errand and his family fears the worst.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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The Borrowers Avenged (1982)

Settled in the rectory at Little Fordham, the Clocks, Arrietty, Pod and Homily, have not seen the last of their kidnappers.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Pauline Baynes

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The Borrowers Avenged (1982)

Settled in at the rectory in Little Fordham, the Clock family, Arrietty, Pod and Homily have not seen the last of their kidnappers.


Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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The Complete Adventures of the Borrowers (1967)

All four of the original Borrowers books are included in this collection.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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The Complete Borrowers (1983)

A British paperback edition including all five Borrowers books and the short story ‘Poor Stainless.’

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Diana Stanley

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The Eleanor Farjeon Book (1966)

A collection of short stories published in celebration of the life and work of Eleanor Farjeon. Contains the first version of ‘Poor Stainless’ by Mary Norton.

Author: William Mayne
Mary Norton
Rosemary Sutcliff
Barbara Willard
Et al
Illustrator: Edward Ardizzone

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Poor Stainless (1966)

When Stainless does not return from his errand, his family fears the worst.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Beth Krush
Joe Krush

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Poor Stainless (1971)

When young Stainless does not return from his errand, his family fears the worst.

Author: Mary Norton
Illustrator: Diana Stanley

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