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by C. E. Brock,Frances Hodgson Burnett

Download Little Lord Fauntleroy (Everyman's Library Children's Classics Series) ePub
  • ISBN 0679444742
  • ISBN13 978-0679444749
  • Language English
  • Author C. E. Brock,Frances Hodgson Burnett
  • Publisher Everyman's Library (October 10, 1995)
  • Pages 256
  • Formats lrf lit txt azw
  • Category Teenagers
  • Subcategory Literature and Fiction
  • Size ePub 1830 kb
  • Size Fb2 1770 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 227

By the author of The Secret Garden, the 1886 story of a curly-haired American boy who suddenly discovers he is the grandson of an English earl.

Series: Everyman's Library Children's Classics Series. Hardcover: 256 pages.

Series: Everyman's Library Children's Classics Series. Publisher: Everyman's Library (October 10, 1995).

By Frances Hodgson Burnett. Cedric did not know that he looked like a young lord; he did notknow what a lord was. His greatest friend was the groceryman at thecorner-the cross groceryman, who was never cross to him. His name wasMr. I. Cedric himself knew nothing whatever about it. It had never been evenmentioned to him. He knew that his papa had been an Englishman, becausehis mamma had told him so; but then his papa had died when he was solittle a boy that he could not remember very much about him, except thathe was big, and had blue eyes and a long mustache, and that it was asplendid thing to be carried around the room on his shoulder.

Frances Hodgson Burnett . Opening the door into the innermost places of the heart, The Secret Garden is a timeless classic that has left generations of readers with warm, lifelong memories of its magical charms. When Mary Lennox was sent to Misselthwaite Manor to live with her uncle, everybody said she was the most child ever seen. So begins the famous opening of one of the world’s best-loved children’s stories. This is the heroine of Frances Hodgson Burnett s classic story A Little Princess, first published in novel form in 1905. Are you sure you want to remove Little Lord Fauntleroy (Everyman's Library Children's Classics) from your list?

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1. Little Lord Fauntleroy. Brock, C. E. (ilt); Burnett, Frances Hodgson. ISBN 10: 0679444742 ISBN 13: 9780679444749. Illustrated by C E Brock. Everyman's Library, 50 Albemarle Street, London, W1S 4BD.

Books specifically for children existed by the 17th century. Frances Hodgson Burnett. Constructing the canon of children's literature : beyond library walls and ivory towers. Before that, books were written mainly for adults – although some later became popular with children.

Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886) by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) is a classic children's novel based on a young boy . Begin to build your collection of digital books by looking for more literary gems from Mermaids Classics.

Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886) by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924) is a classic children's novel based on a young boy named Cedric Errol who lives in poverty with his mother in New York City until he receives a message from his Grandfather who is an English aristocrat based in England that he has become Lord Fauntleroy and heir to a large estate. Cedric teaches his grandfather the concept of compassion.

A level 1 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. Retold for Learners of English by Jennifer Bassett. Cedric Errol is seven years old. He lives with his mother in a little house in New York. They don't have much money, but mother and son are good friends

A level 1 Oxford Bookworms Library graded reader. They don't have much money, but mother and son are good friends. But one day a lawyer arrives from England with some very surprising news about Cedric's grandfather.

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OwerSpeed
Forget what you think you know. "Pollyanna" is now a synonym for a cock-eyed and foolish optimist, but the original character is a tough, spunky, resilient pistol with a no-nonsense attitude. "Little Lord Fauntleroy" now often means a prissy or precious little twit in a black velvet suit. Not so. Cedric, the Lord's real name, may be kind, affectionate and passionately good-hearted and gentle, but he is also smart, observant, direct, and totally shaped by the manly virtues and graces we all admire. If there were a cool kids table in the world of Victorian fiction, Lord Fauntleroy would lead the gang by his sterling example and distinguished bearing.

Indeed, in her forward to Simon and Schuster's 2004 edition of this book, Polly Horvath described Lord Fauntleroy as being so popular that he was effectively the Harry Potter of his era. How cool is that?

So, even though this was written in 1895, and even though it is a bit stiff and prim in places, the tale of Little Lord Fauntleroy is fun, instructive and engaging. Cedric is a fascinating and appealing companion. There is no melodrama but there is much to engage the eye and ear and there is much that would amuse and entertain an adventurous but calm young reader. This kid has class and style and heart; he should not be forgotten or misremembered, and you will be pleasantly surprised and rewarded if you give this book a try.

Please note that I found this book while browsing Amazon Kindle freebies, and it read just fine on a Kindle Touch. I have no connection at all to the publisher of this book.
Quphagie
My children and I were inspired to read this book when reading Helen Keller's 'The Story of My Life', because it was one of her favorite books, and the first book she read from start to finish. Somehow I never read it in my childhood, which is a shame - I would have loved it.

I read it aloud with my children, and we all enjoyed it immensely. My 10 year old son said it was his favorite book, and we were all anxious to find out how it ended, and couldn't stop reading.

I love sharing stories with my children that teach the value of virtue and goodness, with an added benefit of history and culture. This book is compelling and sweet and funny and interesting, with fun and interesting characters who inspire goodness. It's a new family favorite.
Direbringer
We first "read" this as an audio book a few months ago and loved it so so very much for the classic it is, one of the sweetest books ever written. (I will not review the book here other than to say if you are looking for the sweetest, most delightful ever family read-aloud this might be it.) I researched many of the versions available and finally settled on this copy with the original illustrations so that my children could see the "original" illustrator's ideas of what Ceddy, dearest and his grandfather, the great dog and the horses might look like. I am glad I did - the color plates (there seem to be about ten) and the pen and ink illustrations (many) are just lovely and I like that they not how a modern illustrator might depict them. That being said, it was published in 1911 and I'm not quite sure at this point I would quite hand it over to my 5 and 7 year old without mommy supervision. Like many older books, I will note that the font is nice and large enough for children and the spacing is nice and spread out for children to easily read. It is a classic older font style.
Tyler Is Not Here
This book has been popular for years, and the reason is that its simply a wonderful story. Yes, it's a little simplistic in some ways, and some of the characters just don't have the depth of characters in other stories, but that's because it's meant to be fanciful. It's a quick read and a total delight from beginning to end.

I read this book before assigning it to my oldest sons, ages 10 and 8, to read as a part of our homeschooling. I made one of them read it slowly, a chapter at a time, and he was always begging on Mondays to read another chapter. The other I let read it at the speed he desired on a sick day when he was too sick to get out of bed. He finished it that day.

Several of the author's other books are better written with more complex character development and plots. This one is short and quick. A child as young as 6 or 7 would probably enjoy hearing it read aloud.
tamada
LIttle Lord Fauntleroy has a bad rap because of its huge popularity in the late 19th century. Every mother apparently wanted their boy to be as selfless and precocious as the title character, so they dressed the innocent boy in the absurd outfit of the book - the velvet, lace collared affair that scarred a generation.
But that misses Burnett's point. She creates a world where a child of American sensibilities - raising all boats as his own tide increases - counters the old British guard which, at the time, was the lord had it all, the villagers had nothing.

My two favorite childhood books are A Little Princess and Secret Garden. And while Cedric is a little too perfect, the message and the characterization of sudden wealth leading to actual kindness is refreshing.
Granigrinn
first, allow me to say that i am quite enjoying these puffin classics editions of some of my favorite novels!

this is the story of little cedric errol, having recently lost his british-born father, being plucked from his american life to fufill his duty as the future earl of dorincourt. he is summoned by his crusty grandfather, the current earl of dorincourt, who is disliked far and wide for his tyrannnical behavior. cedric soon becomes little lord fauntleroy, and he and his mother ('dearest') are taken across the atlantic to england.

the story is filled with changes, difficult situations, and the redemption of those most in need of it. cedric errol is a unique little boy, and the power of his positivity is infectious.

a bonus here with the puffin classics is the addition of backstory included at the end of the book. here you can learn more about the author, the stories, the characters, and so much more. what a delightful thing to include!

i have purchased most of these puffin classics editions, and will certainly look for future additions to add to my collection.