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Three beloved kids’s classics collected in a deluxe illustrated reward version good for each household library

“You’re a story–I’m a narrative.” Introduce to your loved ones or rediscover for your self three traditional kids’s novels by Frances Hodgson Burnett, an English-born author who moved to America at age 15 and who now joins the Library of America. This authoritative version restores the novels to their authentic American texts, as Burnett wrote them and options over 40 painstakingly restored illustrations–16 in full color–plus a ribbon marker, useful annotations, and a brief chronology of Burnett’s life by her biographer Gretchen Gerzina Holbrook. In The Secret Backyard (1911), spoiled orphan Mary Lennox is shipped to dwell at her uncle’s manor, the place she finds an deserted walled backyard. When she decides to revive the backyard, she discovers the important thing to unlocking her personal true self. Sara Crewe is the star pupil at her London boarding faculty in A Little Princess (1905) till information arrives that her father has died penniless. Sara is pressured to grow to be a servant, however she stays hopeful by imagining that she is secretly a princess. And in Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886), seven-year-old Cedric Errol lives in New York Metropolis and unexpectedly learns that his grandfather is an English earl. The Earl needs to show Cedric about energy and privilege, however little suspects that the harmless younger American will utterly change his personal life. Quickly to be a dwell motion Disney film beginning Colin Firth and Julie Walters, The Secret Backyard joins A Little Princess and Little Lord Fauntleroy in a single deluxe illustrated quantity, an ideal reward for younger readers or for household libraries.