Rosemary By The Garden Gate

Rosemary By The Garden Gate is a book about a woman who moves to a small town and starts a garden. She meets a man who helps her with her garden and they become friends. The book is about their friendship and how it grows.


The Prologue of “Rosemary By The Garden Gate” sets the stage for the story by introducing the reader to the main character, Rosemary.

Rosemary is a young girl who loves to garden and spending time outdoors. The Prologue describes how Rosemary’s love for gardening began, and how it has grown over the years.

It also sets up the conflict that will drive the story, which is the fact that Rosemary’s family is moving away from the house with the garden that she loves so much.

Chapter 1: The daydreamer

Rosemary was daydreaming by the garden gate when she heard a noise. It sounded like someone was crying. She followed the noise and found a little girl crying under a tree.

The girl was holding a broken doll. Rosemary asked the girl what was wrong. The girl said her doll was broken and she didn’t know how to fix it. Rosemary said she would help the girl fix her doll.

She took the doll from the girl and looked at it. The doll’s head was broken off. Rosemary found some glue and glued the head back on the doll. She gave the doll back to the girl and the girl was very happy.

Chapter 2: The secret garden

Rosemary By The Garden Gate

In the second chapter of Rosemary By The Garden Gate, the reader is introduced to the secret garden. The garden is described as a place where roses and other flowers grow in abundance.

The reader is told that the garden is a place of peace and beauty, and that it is a place where one can find solace from the outside world. The chapter ends with a description of the garden gate, which is said to be guarded by a rosemary bush.

Chapter 3: The girl who never gave up

The girl who never gave up was a very determined young lady. She never let anything stand in her way and always found a way to achieve her goals.

No matter what obstacles she faced, she always managed to overcome them. She was a true inspiration to everyone around her.

Chapter 4: The queen of the night

In Chapter 4, the reader is introduced to the “queen of the night,” a beautiful and mysterious woman who seems to have a magical hold over the men in the town.

She is said to be able to lure them into her garden, where they are never seen again. The women of the town are jealous of her power over the men and warn the young girls to stay away from her.

Chapter 5: The rose that bloomed in winter

Chapter 5: The rose that bloomed in winter is a story about a rosebush that blooms in the middle of winter. The rosebush is owned by a woman named Rosemary.

Rosemary takes care of the rosebush and keeps it blooming. One winter, the rosebush blooms in the middle of winter. Rosemary is amazed and takes a picture of the rosebush. The rosebush becomes a symbol of hope for Rosemary.


After reading the final paragraph of “Rosemary by the Gate”, the reader is left with a sense of hope. The author writes, “It was a beginning, a middle, and an end, but not necessarily in that order.

” This suggests that although the story has come to a close, there is still more to be said. The reader is left wondering what will happen next for Rosemary and her garden.


This book is a delightful read for young and old alike. It follows the life of Rosemary, a young girl who loves spending time in her garden.

Through her interactions with the plants and animals, she learns valuable lessons about life, love, and friendship. The author’s simple, yet poetic, prose makes this book a joy to read.

The illustrations are beautiful and add to the overall charm of the story. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a heartwarming read.

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