Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm–Kate Douglas Wiggin

Grain of salt here: This is a children’s book. And I usually don’t like childrens books that are classics just because I find them quite boring and like nothing happens. (Generational gap, I suppose.)

This was no exception. It’s about a little girl who is lovely, but a bit of a show off. She is sent to a farm to live with her aunts and is constantly in trouble for being…well an extrovert.

Hurts my feminist heart to see a little girls life being snuffed out and stuck in a box. No worries though, everyone ends up dead and she gets an inheritance to make life better.

I just couldn’t get on board with this book. I was reading it to my little cousin as part of our nap time ritual (at the time) and it put us both to sleep.


3 thoughts on “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm–Kate Douglas Wiggin

  1. Karen March 27, 2018 / 9:00 am

    I think this book deserves a rewrite in the style of “Abraham Lincoln. Vampire Hunter” or “Queen Victoria, Demon Hunter”

    • Allison Abate March 30, 2018 / 11:38 am

      I would’ve loooooved that version ahahaha

      • Karen March 31, 2018 / 7:56 am

        Lol. It’s been a couple years since I did National Novel Writing Month, but I smell a plot…

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