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A Little Princess By Frances Hodgson Burnett A French Lesson In order to make her father proud, Sara Crewe behaves with perfect manners and hard work in school.The characters in the story include seven year old Sara Crewe, her classmates, her maid Mariette, Miss Minchin, and the French teacher MonsieurDufarge. This story takes place in London, England, in a boarding school called Miss Minchin Select Seminary for Young Ladies. A French Lesson is about Sara's times in the boarding school that her father put her in. Sara has to deal with a teacher that is jealous that Sara knows French. No matter how polite and good Sara is, Miss Minchin dislikes her even more. This story ends by showing that Miss Minchin is just a bitter lady.Pollyanna By Eleanor H. Porter Pollyanna and Punishments Pollyanna, a bright and joyful girl, always finds something to be happy about. The characters she affects with her happy character include Aunt Polly, Joel Hartley, Timothy, and Old Tim. The story takes place in Aunt Polly's house. It is about a girl named Pollyanna who visited her Aunt Polly and had to sleep in a hot attic. One night, Pollyanna was so hot that she went on the roof and slept in the cool night air. Aunt Polly didn't realize that Pollyanna was on the roof and thought it was a burglar. She went upstairs and found Pollyanna, and punished her by making her sleep with her in her bed. The story ends when Pollyanna tells Aunt Polly that this punishment is really a reward.Little House in The Big Woods By Laura Ingalls Wilder Christmas For Mary, Laura and Baby Carrie, things get exciting and joyful during Christmas. Deep in the woods of Wisconsin, a log cabin, Mary, Laura, Baby Carrie, and their parents get ready for Christmas with Aunt Eliza, Uncle Peter, Peter, Alice, and Ella. The story is about a family reuniting on a lovely holiday during a cold winter. The family cooks delicious cookies and cakes, stays warm in their cozy blankets, and plays in the snow before Christmas Eve. In the end, when Christmas ends, life must go on and Aunt Eliza, Uncle Peter, their son Peter, Alice, and Ella leave to go home.Heidi By Johanna Spyri A Day with the Goats Heidi, a five year old girl, finds out that having to leave her Aunt Detie after living with her aunt all her life, is not that bad after all. Things go great when Heidi moves to her grandfather's cabin in the mountains. Throughout the story about her new life, she gets to know better characters like Peter, her grandfather, and the goats named Daisy and Dusky. She also finds time to look back and remember her wonderful aunt. In the end, Heidi goes back to her grandfather's cabin after a long journey with the goats.What Katy Did By Susan Coolidge Kiker Kikeri is a story about a young girl called Katy Carr who had to learn to be responsible and to set an example for her siblings...

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