Series: Thrush Green

Author: Miss Read

Celebrations at Thrush Green (1993)
4.21 of 5 Votes: 4
The Year at Thrush Green (1996)
4.55 of 5 Votes: 3
I'm going to do a combined review for all the remaining Thrush Green books (with the exception of Christmas) because although they are all excellent, they are also all basically the same, in the way that episodes of The Archers are all the same. So, still worth reading; but hard to differentiate ...
Battles at Thrush Green (1976)
4.23 of 5 Votes: 3
The story takes place not long after the last book, though it was written several years later and seems to have a contemporary setting. Battles are waging at Thrush Green. Albert Piggot, unable/unwilling to work as hard after his surgery, has a complaint about the churchyard. It's too much for hi...
Return to Thrush Green (2002)
4.29 of 5 Votes: 3
The School at Thrush Green (1988)
4.31 of 5 Votes: 5
Affairs at Thrush Green (2002)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 1
I'm going to do a combined review for all the remaining Thrush Green books (with the exception of Christmas) because although they are all excellent, they are also all basically the same, in the way that episodes of The Archers are all the same. So, still worth reading; but hard to differentiate ...
News from Thrush Green (1990)
4.26 of 5 Votes: 1
This book follows up the last two and takes place about 2 years after Winter at Thrush Green. The local gossips are all abuzz about The Tollivers, a cottage that has been empty for years. A young woman and her son move in - without a man - and proceed to fix up the cottage and grounds with some h...
Winter in Thrush Green (1999)
4.24 of 5 Votes: 4
The second "Thrush Green" book begins with the arrival of a new resident. Speculation abounds as mystery and romance ensue, amidst an ambitious community project. Characters from the first charming book make cameo appearances, but by and large this is a story of characters who were stage parsle...
At Home in Thrush Green (2002)
4.3 of 5 Votes: 4
Thrush Green (2002)
4.12 of 5 Votes: 3
Why I wanted to read it: I have been reading Nan's blog, Letters From a Hill Farm, for quite some time and have enjoyed her book reports and felt like I needed to make time for this book that she loved.Source: My public libraryI have to say that I found this book extremely charming. Sometimes I a...
Friends at Thrush Green (2002)
4.34 of 5 Votes: 3
"Miss Read's charming Thrush Green series continues with Friends at Thrush Green. There had been general dismay when Miss Watson and Miss Fogerty retired to Barton-on-the-Sea after many years of devoted service teaching the children of Thrush Green, so their visit to see old friends in the villag...