Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm

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Tom Doherty Associates, Jun 15, 1999 - Fiction - 288 pages
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This edition of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm includes a Foreword, Biographical Note, and Afterword by Nancy Springer.

Poor Aunt Miranda and Aunt Jane. When they kindly agreed to take in the ten-year old daughter of a poor relation they never expected...Rebecca. Irrepressible and opinionated, Rebecca bursts into town like a bull in a china shop. The aunts do their best to turn Rebecca into a proper lady, but it may be easier to tame a wild horse! Rebecca has a mind very much her own and she has a real talent for mischief. She practically turns the sleepy town of Riverboro upside down. And happily, no one would have it any other way.

One thing about Rebecca: whenever and wherever she turns up, adventure is sure to follow.



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Growing up on the Shirley Temple version of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm I wanted to read the book. I am very happy that Rebecca did not land up in Hollywood. This is a Pollyanna like story sweet. Read full review

Contents

Title Page Epigraph Youre Nothing but a Drudge
Foreword
We Are Seven Chapter 2 Rebeccas Relations Chapter 3 A Difference in Hearts
Rebeccas Point of View
Wisdoms Ways
Sunshine in a Shady Place
Riverboro Secrets
Color of Rose
Gray Days and Gold
Rebecca Represents the Family
Deacon Israels Successor
A Change of Heart
The Skyline Widens
Clover Blossoms and Sunflowers
The Hill Difficulty
Aladdin Rubs His Lamp

Ashes of Roses
Rainbow Bridges
The Stirring of the Powers Chapter 12 See thePaleMartyr Chapter 13 SnowWhite RoseRed Chapter 14 Mr Aladdin
The Banquet Lamp
Seasons of Growth
Roses of
Over the Teacups Chapter 27 The Vision Splendid
About the Author
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Kate Douglas Wiggin was the author of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.

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