By P.L. Travers, the author featured in the upcoming movie Saving Mr. Banks.
From the moment Mary Poppins arrives at Number Seventeen Cherry-Tree Lane, everyday life at the Banks house is forever changed.
It all starts when Mary Poppins is blown by the east wind onto the doorstep of the Banks house. She becomes a most unusual nanny to Jane, Michael, and the twins. Who else but Mary Poppins can slide up banisters, pull an entire armchair out of an empty carpetbag, and make a dose of medicine taste like delicious lime-juice cordial? A day with Mary Poppins is a day of magic and make-believe come to life!
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In this era of screens, speed, sports and multiple distractions, parents can often forget to read to their children.Jan 13 2010 | Read Full Review of Mary Poppins
In Mary Poppins, She Wrote, journalist Valerie Lawson does an admirable job of recounting Travers' life and sorting out the Poppins created by Travers and the one distorted by Disney.| Read Full Review of Mary Poppins
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Note that early editions of Mary Poppins included a different version of the chapter called "Bad Tuesday," in which Mary, Jane, and Michael use a magical compass to travel around the world in minutes.Jun 01 2016 | Read Full Review of Mary Poppins
Travers finally succumbed to the entreaties of Walt Disney, and the result is often considered the finest of Disney's personally supervised films.| Read Full Review of Mary Poppins
One of the first-act production numbers in the production-number-heavy Mary Poppins, which is based on both the beloved 1964 film with a peppy score by brothers Richard M.Nov 16 2006 | Read Full Review of Mary Poppins
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