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Wishing for Tomorrow An Enchanting Sequel To Frances Hodgson Burnett S A Little Princess, Written By The Award Winning Hilary McKay.

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Wishing for Tomorrow
  • Hilary McKay
  • English
  • 25 July 2017
  • 1442401699

10 thoughts on “Wishing for Tomorrow

  1. says:

    When I heard the startling news that Hilary McKay, one of my very favorite contemporary authors had written a sequel to The Little Princess, such an iconic girls book, and one which I read to pieces as a child, I was curious but distinctly uneasy what potential for disappointment The story of Sara Crewe isor less branded into my braincells, but since it had been at least two decades possibly even closer to three since I d last followed her story from riches to rags and gloriousl When I heard the startling news that Hilary McKay, one of my very favorite contemporary authors had written a sequel to The Little Princess, such an iconic girls book, and one which I read to pieces as a child, I was curious but distinctly uneasy what potential for disappointment The story of Sara Crewe isor less brand...

  2. says:

    My first thought was WHY a sequel to The Little Princess , but it s not following Sara Crewe and could be a lot of fun.My LJ review This nearly broke my heart even before reading, as I ve been waiting for it for what seems like ever It was due to be published the 3rd of September, but I noticed it was shipping fromUK before going away to Cornwall with Charlie, so checked the 3 bookshops nearby ish the day before one by phone inquiry Af...

  3. says:

    This is exactly what you d expect a McKay take on A Little Princess to be, and yet her humor is tempered by the time period, somehow, in turn either blunted or hilariously poignant This isn t as fairy tale like as the original novel, but it...

  4. says:

    Want to hear a story I was in a very large bookstore in London with my daughter when I found a single copy of this book Hilary McKay one of my very favorite children s writers writing a sequel to what may possibly be my all time favorite children s book I scanned the book carefully to find the price not that there was any question I was totally buying the book , but no price was visible So I took it to the cashier, who also checked it carefully until she saw it PROOF COPY NOT FOR SALE Want to hear a story I was in a very large bookstore in London with my daughter when I found a single copy of this book Hilary McKay one of my very favorite children s writers writing a sequel to what may possibly be my all time favorite children s book I scanned the book carefully to find the price not that there was any question I was totally buying the book , but no price was visible So I took it to the cashier, who also checked it carefully until she saw it PROOF COPY NOT FOR SALE Not for sale I wailed in a quietly professional manner But w...

  5. says:

    As other reviewers have said, this book takes a lot of liberties with the original So it s not so much a sequel to A Little Princess , noso than Wicked is truly a sequel prequel to The Wizard of Oz Instead, the author spends the first third of the book retelling the original with significant plot changes , perhaps the direction she wishes the book had originally taken and then the rest of the book follows a path that fits with the author s revised versions of the characters So As other reviewers have said, this book takes a lot of liberties with the original So it s not so much a sequel to A Little Princess , noso than Wicked is truly a sequel prequel to The Wizard of Oz Instead, the author spends the first third of the book retelling the original with significant plot changes ,...

  6. says:

    Though i enjoyed learning what became of the girls sara left behind, reading Wishing For Tomorrow took away some of the magic of The Little Princess.

  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Hilary McKay is my favorite contemporary children s author and A Little Princess is my all time favorite children s book, so why did it take THREE YEARS for me to read The Sequel to A Little Princess Three years and THREE ATTEMPTS The answer is, I don t know ...

  8. says:

    Writing a sequel to Burnett s classic A Little Princess is a job for a giant Because I ve read and admired McKay s wonderful Casson Family series, initiated with the wonderful title Saffy s Angel Casson Family Series, Book 1, I was willing to give McKay a chance I adored this novel McKay s fine eye for detail, humor, and characterization illuminate a hopeful story sure to appeal to many girls Once again, we readers arrive at Miss Minchin s Select Seminary for Young Ladies McKay lavishes at Writing a sequel to Burnett s classic A Little Princess is a job for a giant Because I ve read and adm...

  9. says:

    The blurb here at GoodReads calls it an enchanting sequel to Frances Hodgson Burnett s A Little Princess I wouldn t go as far as that Enchanting is a bit much in my opinion Charming, puwede pa The A Little Princess is one of my favourite children s books, because, yeah it is enchanting and magical and quite frankly an unforgettable read I could go on, but this isn t a review of the A Little Princess , though am not thinking of bringing my copy out and re reading Wishing for Tomorrow The blurb here at GoodReads calls it an enchanting sequel to Frances Hodgson Burnett s A Little Princess I wouldn t go as far as that Enchanting is a bit much in my opinion Charming, puwede pa The A Little Princess is one of my favourite children s books, because, yeah it is enchanting and magical and quite frankly an unforgettable read I c...

  10. says:

    Frances Hodgson Burnett s A Little Princess was one of my favourite books when I was around the age of 10, and I read it endlessly I was very surprised to discover this sequel by a modern children s author at the library, and couldn t resist picking it up Rather than focusing on what Sara did next, this book goes back to Miss Minchin s school and tur...

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