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Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm

Author: Kate Douglas Wiggin
Publisher: Auckland : Floating Press, 1903.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Fiction : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Whether you're a first-time reader of the novel or someone returning to an old childhood favorite, you'll love the optimism and charm that Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm epitomizes. Faced with a seemingly insurmountable array of trials and tribulations, the endlessly cheery title character confronts them all -- and ultimately triumphs -- with nothing more than a smile and relentless good will. Introduce it to a special  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Fiction
Juvenile fiction
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Wiggin, Kate Douglas.
Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm.
Auckland : The Floating Press, ©1903
Material Type: Document, Fiction, Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Kate Douglas Wiggin
ISBN: 9781775419303 1775419304
OCLC Number: 700703866
Description: 1 online resource (340 pages)
Contents: Title; Contents; I --
"We Are Seven"; II --
Rebecca's Relations; III --
A Difference in Hearts; IV --
Rebecca's Point of View; V --
Wisdom's Ways; VI --
Sunshine in a Shady Place; VII --
Riverboro Secrets; VIII --
Color of Rose; IX --
Ashes of Roses; X --
Rainbow Bridges; XI --
"The Stirring of the Powers"; XII --
"See the Pale Martyr"; XIII --
Snow-White; Rose-Red; XIV --
Mr. Aladdin; XV --
The Banquet Lamp; XVI --
Seasons of Growth; XVII --
Gray Days and Gold; XVIII --
Rebecca Represents the Family; XIX --
Deacon Israel's Successor; XX --
A Change of Heart; XXI --
The Sky Line Widens. XXII --
Clover Blossoms and SunflowersXXIII --
The Hill Difficulty; XXIV --
Aladdin Rubs His Lamp; XXV --
Roses of Joy; XXVI --
"Over the Teacups"; XXVII --
"The Vision Splendid"; XXVIII --
"Th' Inevitable Yoke"; XXIX --
Mother and Daughter; XXX --
Good-By, Sunnybrook; XXXI --
Aunt Miranda's Apology.

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Whether you're a first-time reader of the novel or someone returning to an old childhood favorite, you'll love the optimism and charm that Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm epitomizes. Faced with a seemingly insurmountable array of trials and tribulations, the endlessly cheery title character confronts them all -- and ultimately triumphs -- with nothing more than a smile and relentless good will. Introduce it to a special child in your life, or re-read it whenever you need an uplifting dose ...

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