The People in Pineapple Place by Anne Lindbergh

The People in Pineapple Place

If you were in Washington DC, walking along P Street in the Georgetown area, would you be able to find Pineapple Place? Not likely. But August Brown, a lonely boy who had just moved from Vermont after his parents’ divorce, followed  a rag bag lady into an alley off P street and did find Pineapple Place. There he met April and several families whose lives were stuck in 1939. These new friends were invisible to others outside of Pineapple Place, which made for some interesting situations when August looked like he was talking to himself. This fun filled fantasy with a time travel twist links the 1980’s and the 1930’s with some exciting adventures and meaningful friendships.


If you like this book, look for the sequel, Prisoner of Pineapple Place.


You might be interested to know that  Anne Lindbergh, the author of this book, is a daughter of Charles Lindbergh who was the first man to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. Look for more of her books for more time travel and other fun adventures.


Posted by Iris


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