At last a human has moved into the great house. The gargoyle longs for companionship but does not quite know how to reach out. He watches, waits and makes mischief until he is captivated by a silver spoon. The path to friendship is unlikely and just right, like the friendship that develops between a refined elderly lady and a creature fashioned from stone....
|Title||:||Mrs. Goodhearth and the Gargoyle|
|Number of Pages||:||32 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Mrs. Goodhearth and the Gargoyle Reviews
Nicely done story about a lonely gargoyle who doesn't like to hold still and is gradually befriended by Mrs. Goodhearth.. Told from the gargoyle's perspective, so you are never quite sure what she is thinking until the end.
Very playful story, using techniques of "magical realism" to paint a heartfelt and surprising relationship.