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What the community says about A Little Princess
- "This book is not a good result for the search query. The product page does not have a description of the book and a search of the page shows nothing about adoption. The above solution description (in this HIT) mentions her father, but does not indicate if he's her biological or adoptive father."
- "A classic! I remember reading this as a child (probably given to me to teach me the lesson of appreciating what I have learning from adversity, lol) and loving it. It seems even more applicable today than it did back then. I'm getting a copy to give to my niece..."
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- "My daughter is at the age where she can't get enough books to read. Sometimes it's hard for me to find stories that are age appropriate and interesting to her. However, A Little Princess is a classic that's still enjoyable today. I would recommend this book to anyone on a budget who needs more books for their children."
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in What are the best young adult books"This was a great story of a spoiled princess turned into a respectable independent woman. I really got lost for hours in this story. This really show me that it's not too late to turn my kids around and make them appreciate what they have been blessed with. I think I will make my kids read this as well. "