From Publishers Weekly
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From School Library Journal
Lisa Falk, Los Angeles Public Library
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A very entertaining retelling plus added new plots to this well known touching fable.Published 1 month ago by jean boyd
No. This book was listed as new but had a torn page and had clearly been read through a few times.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
This story, though sad, is beautiful. Such a quick read involving a great many feelings. Worth the 5-10 minutes to read, though the story will stick with you much longer than that.Published 5 months ago by MmHmm
Such a sad and poignant book. Something to remember that Victorian England as well as many civilized worlds have always been harsh on the less fortunate. Read morePublished 5 months ago by E Stewart Stanton
This is a sad book. I see people leaving angry reviews because it is a holiday story. However, the holidays are not a happy time for everyone and this is a very touching reminder... Read morePublished 7 months ago by DK
I read this as a child. Just as impactful today. Provokes sympathy, appreciation of a physically emotionally painful story, where hope remains dominant. Sad. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mary Wheeler