Little Lord Fauntleroy

Little Lord Fauntleroy

eBook - 2013
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Frances Hodgson Burnett's Little Lord Fauntleroy is a children's classic novel that demonstrates how little children can affect the behavior of the adults surrounding them. The events revolve around the character of a young American named Cedric. His English father married his American mother in spite of his aristocratic family's disapproval of such a relation. Cedric's family lived in poverty in one of New York's popular neighborhoods and after the death of his father they received news from England informing them that Cedric is now heir to his grandfather's Earldom and wealth.
Publisher: [United States] : Copyright Group : Made available through hoopla, 2013
ISBN: 9781780006147
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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Jun 19, 2015

this book always makes me cry when little lord fauntleroy askes his grandfather if "he will always be his little boy".

Dimmu16 Nov 07, 2012

This story is very cute and loving. I liked it!

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Dimmu16 Nov 14, 2012

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Dimmu16 Nov 14, 2012

Cedric is a seemingly normal (but also incredibly polite) seven year old. He is so cute and is very close with his Mom. He calls his Mother Dearest. She married a man who was the son of a Lord. But when he decided to marry a American lady, doing this made him be well disowned by his Father. Then while Cedric is seven years old. A lawyer comes over and tells them that Cedric's grandfather (the lord) has ordered Cedric to England because all his children have died and Cedric is the only heir. The grandfather allows Cedric's mother to move to England as well but she must live in a Cottage not far from the Castle where Cedric and The lord live. Now Cedric is put in endless spoils and the world of the rich.


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