weet, rich Sara Crew is sent to boarding school by her father. When he dies and loses their fortune, she is made to be a servant by the headmistress of the boarding school. But Sara combats the drudgery and hunger of this new life with her imagination.
While I've read The Secret Garden many time, I've never read A Little Princess before. I'm not sure why except maybe I never liked it when Sara loses her fortune and everyone is really mean to her. She is an expectational sweet child, very modest and good and wonderful. She has a wonderful imagination and I liked that part of the story. It is so horrible how Miss Minchin treats her and Becky, the scullery maid and Sara puts up with it wonderfully. She is, admittedly, a little too nice and sometimes I wanted her to lose her temper, but I suppose that would negate the point of the story which is be nice and wonderful things will happen, I guess.
cross posted with The Little Bookworm