Kessinger Publishing, Apr 1, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 220 pages
1916. A Thrushwood Book. This engaging classic tells the tale of a thin, pale 9-year-old orphan named Elizabeth Ann who is whisked away from her city home and relocated to a Vermont farm where her cousins, the dreaded Putneys, live. The Putneys are not as bad as her doting, high-strung Aunt Frances warns, however, and Elizabeth, who had been nurtured by her aunt like an overwatered sapling positively blooms under their breezy, earthy care.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - JenneB - LibraryThing
This is like totally some kind of Montessori school propaganda, those bastards!! But it's also really sweet, it's kind of like Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm or Anne of Green Gables or something, but it's ... Read full review
Review: Understood BetsyUser Review - Lesa Loves Books - Goodreads
Delightful! Can't believe I'd never even heard of this book or read it as a kid! If I had, I'm sure it would have been reread as often as Little Princess, Little House on the Prairie, Anne of Green ... Read full review