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When Heidi, a cheerful 5-year-old orphan, comes to live with her grandfather in the Swiss Alps, she brings a bright ray of sunshine into the lives of the people around her. Young Peter, a goatherd, shares her love of nature, and his blind grandmother delights in the little girl's bubbling personality. Even Heidi's surly and hermit-like grandfather, the old Alm-Uncle, finds his long-lost grandchild a source of immense pleasure.
A few years later, when she is forced go to Frankfurt to serve as a companion for Klara, a well-to-do but sickly girl, Heidi must leave her beloved mountains and friends behind—an experience that proves highly traumatic to the innocent and sensitive little girl. But her return home and a visit from Klara result in magical moments that will leave young readers thoroughly captivated by this heartwarming tale of an unforgettable child and her effect on the people around her.
Complete and unabridged, this story "for children and those who love children" will thrill today's youngsters just as it has delighted generations of young readers and listeners since its original publication in 1881.
Generations of readers have thrilled to this story "for children and those who love children" about a cheerful orphan who is sent to live with her hermit-like grandfather in the Swiss Alps. A vibrant child with a passionate love of nature, Heidi transforms the lives of Clara, a well-to-do but sickly girl, Peter, a goatherd, and Peter's blind grandmother. Even the old Alm-Uncle, Heidi's surly grandfather, ultimately accepts and cherishes the benefits of Heidi's innocence, sensitivity, and love. Translated into many languages, Heidi is guaranteed success in this new low-priced unabridged edition.
Heartwarming tale of a cheerful orphan who transforms the lives of those closest to her when she is sent to live with her hermit-like grandfather high in the Swiss Alps.
Heartwarming tale of a cheerful orphan sent to live with her hermit-like grandfather high in the Swiss Alps. There, she transforms the lives of Peter, a goatherd; Peter's blind grandmother; Clara, a well-to-do but sickly girl; and even the old Alm-Uncle, Heidi's surly grandfather. A delightful story "for children and those who love children."
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