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Ages 5-7. Not just abridged but retold, this colorfully illustrated, large-format book has a text that's longer than most picture books but considerably shorter than Burnett's beloved novel. McClintock's sensitive illustrations, apparently ink drawings with watercolor washes, will certainly appeal to readers and book buyers of all ages. The period settings and costumes have a charm all their own, and the detailed pictures clearly portray Sara's transformation from privileged child to pauper and back again. Some scenes and dialogue here did not appear in the original book, but they serve to move the plot along more swiftly. The story loses a great deal of subtlety in theme and character development (as well as plot and setting) in its adaptation to picture-book format. Those who love the original will advise children to wait until they're old enough to read it. But children or parents who want a picture-book version will find this a very pretty one. Carolyn Phelan
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'Bright, beautiful and enchanting ... ' New York Times 'A Little Princess exquisitely re-creates the ephemeral world of childhood, an enchanted kingdom where everything, even make-believe, seems possible ...' Washington Post --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
Very happy to have a copy of this book, it's proven hard to find. It's a bit more worn than advertised, though.Published 14 months ago by Heather
A great classic that is relevant today as it was when it was first written. Beautifully written and most magical!Published 21 months ago by Sandy
much better than the various movies. glad I read it once again. It's been many years since the last time.Published on March 9 2013 by Renee
I think that A Little Princess was a very good book because of the sequence of events that Sara Crewe has to go through.Published on May 5 2004 by Kerrin
I'm not going to go through what this book is about, because you can read any of the other reviews here to find that out. Read morePublished on April 15 2004 by Janet Kniesner
The Little Princess
By: Frances Hodgson Burnett
Reviewed by: G. Lee
This book is about a little girl named, Sara Crewe. Read more
This is one of the books that makes you sit and think after you read it. I love this book and recommend it to anyoe becuase its just great-- beyond words. Read morePublished on Jan. 15 2004 by Marina Z Brown