The River at Green Knowe - The Children Arrive at Green Knowe - Introduction to the River Summary & Analysis

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The Children Arrive at Green Knowe - Introduction to the River Summary

The Children Arrive at Green Knowe - Old friends Miss Sybilla Bun and Dr. Maud Biggin send to the Society for the Promotion of Summer Holidays for Displaced Children an invitation for two children to stay with them for the summer. Dr. Maud Biggin is an avid reader, archeologist, and historian, who is writing a new book. Miss Sybilla Bunn is a kindly, overweight woman who loves baking and cooking. To host the children, the two ladies have rented the riverside manor house, Green Knowe. Miss Bun worries how the children will get along and play, but Dr. Biggin isn't worried, because children always play whether there are toys and a playroom at hand, or not. Dr. Biggin's great-niece, Ida, is also coming...

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