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A Little Princess (1995)

Plot Summary: 1914. When her adoring father enlists to fight for the British in the First World War, Sara Crewe is sent to a New York boarding school, where her kindness and imagination transform her classmates’ lives for the better. 3,435 more words


A Little Princess, Storytelling Inspiration

A Little Princess, by Frances Hodgson Burnett

This was another one of those old childhood favorites.  Like The Secret Garden it’s a story I read a few times when I was little.   514 more words

Books And Reading!

Day 209 - A book quote a day. Frances Hodgson Burnett: If Nature has made you for a giver...

If Nature has made you for a giver, your hands are born open, and so is your heart; and though there may be times when your hands are empty, your heart is always full, and you can give things out of that – warm things, kind things, sweet things – help and comfort and laughter – and sometimes gay, kind laughter is the best help of all. 27 more words

A little Princess~ a movie review

When young Sara is sent to boarding school by her  well meaning father. She makes new friends there and entertains her friends with her fanciful stories.  108 more words

A Little Princess

Just Like Summer Camp

I have been perched in the Big Horn Mountains of Wyoming for just shy of two months now. I have had the good fortune to land a waitressing gig at a mountain lodge which is en route to Yellowstone National Park. 748 more words


My Top 5 Father-Daughter Movies

Originally published last January 19, 2014.
After being properly deceived by the writers and director of Saving Mr. Banks (I expected fluff, damnit), thereafter being sent to the deepest darkest emotional breakdown yet (still not over the Eleventh Doctor, mind you), I decided to get it out of my system and write down films that portray awesome, heart-wrenching father-daughter relationships that sent me bawling my eyes out during the scene, after the credits, and until the mornings after. 426 more words


What Would a Princess Do?

Two days ago, I was feeling stressed. I was tired, having been woken up a bit earlier than I wanted by a frantic daughter who couldn’t find her popsicle stick that she wanted to use for a craft (the stick had been thrown away by an unsuspecting family member). 892 more words