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Children’s Book Sunday: a Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett

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Here we go again! And this week, we are talking about the Puffin in Bloom edition of a Little Princess! You can tell I really love these editions, can’t you?

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Now, look at this quote and you’ll know why this book is amazing.

The book is about a little girl named Sara who grew up in India during the Raj-period. At one point she gets taken to England to go to a school there, because that’s what people told her dad to do. The book follows her story in London with lots of lows and a couple of highs. Honestly, I can’t tell more without spoiling the book ,but it’s a great book ok, just believe me!!

It’s really a great book about compassion and that after sadness often comes happiness. And a little bit of kindness goes a LONG way. And most important of all: everyone is a princess, no matter age, wealth or intellect, everyone can be a princess if they believe they are.

You can buy this stunning edition here.

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