The Little Match Girl
Adapted and illustrated by a three-time Caldecott Honor winner, this interpretation of a classic Hans Christian Andersen tale transforms the little Danish girl into a child straight from America's melting pot. Pinkney draws the reader into 20th century streets to witness the plight of the poor in the mist of wealth.
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Review: The Little Match GirlUser Review - Drew Graham - Goodreads
(4.5) It's a bitterly cold New Year's Eve night, and a barefoot, threadbare, barefoot little girl is selling matches on the snowy streets. Driven to desperation, she decides to strike one of her wares ... Read full review
Review: The Little Match GirlUser Review - Priscilla Zmolek - Goodreads
such a sad story but really good as well. I wish I could have done something for this little girl makes me sad because still today there are a lot of children just like her. Read full review