A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1905)

A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett 2004 edition

From the 2004 Sterling Publishing edition of A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett:  When Sara Crewe first arrived at her private English boarding school, she was treated like a little princess. The richest and best-dressed girl in the school, she was given the prettiest room, her own pony, a maid to wait on her, and the fawning attention of the headmistress, Miss Minchin.

Then news arrives that changes Sara’s life entirely. No more would Sara have nice things and fancy ways. Now she was compelled to work in the school and live as a servant.

But Sarah remains her kind, courageous self. Abused by Miss Minchin and tormented by jealous students, she never wavers in her firm belief in her own worth. Instead, Sarah supposes herself a real princess and uses her vivid imagination to make over in her mind her bleak surroundings and even bleaker life.

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A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett

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Throughout her ordeals she holds her head high and manages to be charitable to those even less fortunate than herself.

One wonderful night the tired and hungry little princess awakens to find her life mysteriously and magically transformed. What brings about the sudden changes, and how they affect the life of this brave and compassionate girl, have readers spellbound for more than a century.

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