A Little Princess
Courier Corporation, 2011 - 201 páginas
Sara Crewe's privileged status at her boarding school ends when her father dies. Left penniless and at the mercy of a vindictive headmistress, Sara retains her pluck and optimism, which attract the notice of a mysterious benefactor.
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