Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (Classic Starts Series)

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm Classic Starts Series Eleven year old Rebecca Randall is quite a handful and now she s leaving her beloved Sunnybrook Farm to live with her well to do elderly aunts and get an education But they were expecting Rebecca s qu

  • Title: Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (Classic Starts Series)
  • Author: Deanna McFadden Jamel Akib Arthur Pober
  • ISBN: 9781402736933
  • Page: 458
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Eleven year old Rebecca Randall is quite a handful and now she s leaving her beloved Sunnybrook Farm to live with her well to do elderly aunts and get an education But they were expecting Rebecca s quiet, hard working older sister instead Can the bright eyed and talkative girl win them over.cially her strict, rule bound Aunt Miranda Just as Rebecca s grand spiriEleven year old Rebecca Randall is quite a handful and now she s leaving her beloved Sunnybrook Farm to live with her well to do elderly aunts and get an education But they were expecting Rebecca s quiet, hard working older sister instead Can the bright eyed and talkative girl win them over.cially her strict, rule bound Aunt Miranda Just as Rebecca s grand spirit charms everyone in the story, it will captivate readers, too.
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    • Shamsa_s_240505 says:

      I picked this book because it has an interesting title. So, Rebecca she was around the age of 10, she was forced to leave her home, Sunnybrook Farm, to live in a small house with her unmarrid aunts in Riverboro. Her aunts Jane and Miranda weren't used to young people, but they let Rebecca stay with them in order to help out her poor mother who had 6 other children to care of them. Rebecca charmed nearly all the citizens of Riverboro, and her aunts Jane and Miranda with her adventures in this new [...]

    • Aileen Sohn says:

      I think that book was very interesting and fun to read. A eleven year old girl has so much energy and happiness in her that makes her so special. She is a very bright girl and has the ability to make someone happy very quickly. Without Rebecca's cheerful personality, she makes the book more interesting and exciting to read.

    • Sylvia says:

      This book has a nice touch in it. But maybe (just maybe) because I'm reading the abridge version, I couldn't make myself like Rebecca as much as I like Anne of the Green Gables or Pollyanna. But I like Pollyanna even though I read the abridge version. Oh well Rebecca comes from a big family with lots of sisters and brothers. Her mother sends her to her aunts to live there. Aunt Miranda is very strict and hard to please. Aunt Jane is more kind and understanding towards Rebecca.During her stay in [...]

    • Eire says:

      This book was quiet charming! I took a lesson from this that you can always prove someone wrong. Like Rebecca did with her Aunt Miranda. I found Aunt Miranda dramatic sometimes, but Rebecca was an interesting character. I enjoyed Rebecca's adventures and her humble personality. Rebecca always remembered to have fun, and be the best person that she could be.

    • Rebecca says:

      I found this story oddly similar to Anne of Green Gables. Which one came first? My Grandma loved Shirley Temple and I must have watched her 1938 film version of "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" at least a dozen times growing up. This book is pretty much NOTHING like that movie. So, I was disappointed in that.

    • Susan says:

      Somewhat dated to read. The story of a young girl leaving her impoverished family to live with her aunts. A tale of growing up. Not nearly as wonderful as Anne of Green Gables.

    • Mary Pond says:

      Actually, I read this book in the original, long ago.

    • Sue Kozlowski says:

      Easy read. Cute.

    • Anna says:

      so far it is really interesting

    • Campbell says:

      This is the short version of the book. I think it is 4.5 stars.

    • Grace says:

      I loved it! My favorite main character was Rebecca!

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