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When Sara's privileged status at her boarding school comes to an abrupt end, the former favorite finds herself penniless and at the mercy of a vindictive headmistress. This Victorian-era tale's use of imagination and generosity to make the best of life and losses remains a source of inspiration and enchantment.
Young Sara Crewe's privileged status at an English boarding school comes to an abrupt end with her father's sudden death. Left penniless and at the mercy of a vindictive headmistress, Sara employs her lively imagination and generosity of spirit to make the best of the bleak reality of her life and losses. Her pluck and optimism attract the notice of a mysterious benefactor, and the former princess finds herself returned to riches after a heart-rending experience among the poor of Victorian London. This new and unabridged edition of an enduring favorite is certain to please a wide audience of young readers.
Left penniless and at the mercy of a vindictive headmistress when her father dies, Sara prevails through pluck, optimism, and imagination.
Sara Crewe, a pupil at Miss Minchin's London school, is left in poverty when her father dies but is later rescued by a mysterious benefactor.
When Sara's privileged status comes to an abrupt end and she finds herself penniless, the plucky heroine uses her imagination and generosity of spirit to make the best of life.
Sara Crewe's privileged status at her boarding school ends when her father dies. Left penniless and at the mercy of a vindictive headmistress, Sara retains her pluck and optimism, which attract the notice of a mysterious benefactor.
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