A Little Princess

A Little Princess

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Beschreibung

"A beautiful tale of courage against adversity" - The Guardian
"A Little Princess has been loved by thousands of little girls, but I claim that it is responsible for the shape of my life." - The Independent
"A must for everyone, a definite 'read before you die' sort of book." - The Guardian
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What does it take to truly be a princess?
According to Sara Crewe: "It has nothing to do with what you look like, or what you have. It has only to do with what you think of and what you do."
Motherless Sara Crewe has always been given everything by her father: love, attention, and all the dresses, dolls, and books a little girl could want. Most of all, he gave her a vivid imagination, a love of stories, and a strong belief in always doing the right thing. After having enrolled her in an expensive boarding school, her father's death leaves her at the tender mercies of the cruel headmistress who demands a lifetime of servitude. Join Sara as she endures the hardships and indignities of her new-found poverty and in the process learns what it really means to be a little princess.
This is the perfect gift for girls and young women as they try to discover who they are and who they want to be!
A Little Princess is one of Burnett's most popular tales: a timeless classic of the power of imagination and a good heart. It teaches the importance of showing respect and kindness to everyone whatever their race, station, or intelligence and shows that being poor in spirit is a choice that one need not make, regardless of the contents of one's purse.
About the author:
Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) was an English-American author and playwright, best known for her best-selling children's novels, including A Little Princess , The Secret Garden, and Little Lord Fauntleroy. She was born in Manchester but after her father's death when she was just 3 years old, the family emigrated to America. When the family's fortunes declined as they lived in post-Civil-War Tennessee, she began writing professionally, having her stories published in magazines at the age of 19. Her first taste of success was with the novel That Lass O' Lowries which earnt public and critical popularity and was followed by a succession of other popular novels and plays. She became an American citizen in 1905 and lived in Long Island until her death in 1924.

Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) was an English-American author and playwright, best known for her best-selling children's novels, including A Little Princess , The Secret Garden, and Little Lord Fauntleroy. She was born in Manchester but after her father's death when she was just 3 years old, the family emigrated to America. When the family's fortunes declined as they lived in post-Civil-War Tennessee, she began writing professionally, having her stories published in magazines at the age of 19. Her first taste of success was with the novel That Lass O' Lowries which earnt public and critical popularity and was followed by a succession of other popular novels and plays. She became an American citizen in 1905 and lived in Long Island until her death in 1924.

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  • Einband

    gebundene Ausgabe

  • Erscheinungsdatum

    03.08.2020

  • Verlag Benediction Classics
  • Seitenzahl

    170

  • Maße (L/B/H)

    24/16,1/1,3 cm

  • Gewicht

    428 g

  • Sprache

    Englisch

  • ISBN

    978-1-78943-211-4

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