Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Sweet Princess Sara


I always love the story of "A Little Princess" by Frances Hodgson Burnett. What a charming and intelligent little girl Sara is. Surely, this book had been translated in many languages as it really captivated millions of readers and audiences both old and young, both boys and girls. Even my boys love the story. The writer of the story, Frances Hodgson Burnett was born in Manchester, England, in 1849. After her father's death, the family moved to Tennessee, America, in 1865, where they struggled to earn a living. At 17, Frances sold her first story and she went on to write many novels. So, today, she is very famous for her children's books.

I will not anymore elaborate here what is the story for i am sure we all knew about it. As for my kids, i will always keep on repeating the story time and again!

5 comments:

Lynn said...

I agree cuz...love stories about princesses too. (",)

Daghan opps diri ah. Abtik na jud ka da. Lol.

JeFf & NoVa said...

i love it too... the story tells us something and i'm sure not only for adults but also for kiddos...

they even got a filipino version of that movie, si camel prats ang nagdala.. pero katong gagmay pa sila ha? hehehehe...


wala pud koy opps.. poor kayo ko ba...

JeFf & NoVa said...

about your commentos:

i think i could still not sing.. why? as family comes first, we are all going to davao to see my new niece, and i'm sooooooooooooooooooooo excited...

sorry but i turned down the offer and given it to others who i know can handle the situation...

i hope it won't be the last offer.. hehehehe.. as i have been turning down too many of it already...

jana said...

im always crying watching that on tv when i was young, i hope they make a film of that...

btw thx so much for ur support and also for ur VOTES its well appreciated...

;)

SPLICE AND DICE said...

Now this cartoon I remember too well. I must admit, when I was still a kid I always watch this one :)