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TOP 1000 REVIEWERon 15 October 2010
What an absolute delight! NANNY MCPHEE RETURNS was a very entertaining story for the entire family to listen to! I've not seen either movie or read any books associated with Nanny McPhee, but that didn't hinder me from enjoying this tale. Read by the author and well-known actress Emma Thompson, the listener is transported to the English countryside.

The story introduces the listeners to the Green family. Their mother was born to a wealthy family, but after she falls in love with a poor farmer, she is disowned. That suits her fine, and the family is happy and content. But then Mr. Green has to serve in the military, and the mom and three children are left to run the farm until his return.

Mrs. Green's sister dumps her two children at the farm to protect them from the war, and the five children are at odds from the beginning. Mrs. Green is desperate for money and can't handle all five children, and is worried they will lose the farm. It is at this point that Nanny McPhee enters the picture to save the day.

Throw in the magical presence of Nanny McPhee, an unscrupulous brother-in-law trying to convince Mrs. Green to sell the farm, and adorable little piglets, and you get the enchanting story that is NANNY MCPHEE RETURNS.

The audio book recounts both the story as well as includes a verbal diary by Ms. Thompson of the filming of the movie. The diary entries are as funny, if not sometimes more so, than the actual story being told.

A discretionary note here, though. Though the story itself is suitable for all ages, especially as the main characters are young children, there may be a few objectionable words in the diary. Nothing vulgar, but a few swear words, and a reference to a woman's upper body parts. The usage is quite amusing, but some parents may find it unsuitable.

Reviewed by: Jaglvr
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on 5 March 2014
Love Emma Thompson's telling of the film with added interesting bits about filming etc.
She's really got a genius for getting you into a book and keeping you interested and doesn't talk down to you.
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on 10 February 2013
so confusing with a happy end. nanny mcphee is successful yet again. read the book before you watch the film though. nanny mcphee is a genius and i can see why my sister loves it.
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on 17 September 2014
This book is really good and I really love reading it I hope there are more books like it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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on 30 October 2013
This is great the Chris Yves go by Charles jug huh John ahhh Fri :::::::::::)))))))great Hallows beige :-/CD I'd suggest
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on 15 December 2014
came quick exactly as described and very happy with product
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