The Borrowers

The Borrowers are like leprehaun, they’re small and they’re wild. There’s a whole series based on the Borrowers. Tales of how they were thrown out into the wild, how they floated down the river in a teakettle; all kinds of things. Pod is the leader of the family. His wife’s name is Homily, and his daughter’s is Arrietty. Spiller is a kid who lives all by himself at different places, wherever he goes. He sets up a camp for the next time he comes around. He doesn’t have a specific home, and it seems to me that the Borrowers don’t have one either. They will settle down somewhere, and then something makes them move out. They get used to being outdoors, but I think is Arrietty who actually gets to liking it. She’s like me. She likes the outdoors. I like her. I like Spiller. I like Pod. I even like Homily (who complains a lot)! I liked reading these books.

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One Response to The Borrowers

  1. Divina says:

    I remember watching this when I was a kid and just watched "The Secret World of Arrietty". It's pretty cool but at the same time… scary!

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