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Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm
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[United States] : Neeland Media LLC, 2020.
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First published in 1903, "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" is the charming and classic children's novel beloved the world over. Written by the American author and educator Kate Douglas Wiggin, it is the story of young and poor Rebecca Rowena Randall, who goes to live with her spinster aunts in the town of Riverboro when she is ten years-old. Rebecca's father had died three years before and the family farm had become heavily indebted. In order to ease the burden on her widowed mother, Rebecca is sent to live with her lonely aunts at their farm and there she spends the next seven years till she becomes an adult. Rebecca brings her youthful enthusiasm and imagination to their quiet life and often clashes with her stern Aunt Miranda. Yet, Rebecca finds love and acceptance with her Aunt Jane and she grows up to be a proper and intelligent young lady who never loses her sunny outlook and kind heart. "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" is a classic coming of age story that has been adapted numerous times for the stage and screen and continues to charm audiences and readers alike with its interesting characters and positive message of finding happiness in life's simple pleasures. This edition includes a biographical afterword.
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First published in 1903, "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" is the charming and classic children's novel beloved the world over. Written by the American author and educator Kate Douglas Wiggin, it is the story of young and poor Rebecca Rowena Randall, who goes to live with her spinster aunts in the town of Riverboro when she is ten years-old. Rebecca's father had died three years before and the family farm had become heavily indebted. In order to ease the burden on her widowed mother, Rebecca is sent to live with her lonely aunts at their farm and there she spends the next seven years till she becomes an adult. Rebecca brings her youthful enthusiasm and imagination to their quiet life and often clashes with her stern Aunt Miranda. Yet, Rebecca finds love and acceptance with her Aunt Jane and she grows up to be a proper and intelligent young lady who never loses her sunny outlook and kind heart. "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" is a classic coming of age story that has been adapted numerous times for the stage and screen and continues to charm audiences and readers alike with its interesting characters and positive message of finding happiness in life's simple pleasures. This edition includes a biographical afterword.
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Wiggin, K. D. S. (2020). Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Wiggin, Kate Douglas Smith, 1856-1923. 2020. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC.

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Wiggin, Kate Douglas Smith, 1856-1923, Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC, 2020.

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Wiggin, Kate Douglas Smith. Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm. [United States]: Neeland Media LLC, 2020. Web.

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