‘And so this is little Lord Fauntleroy’
Ceddie is a regular little boy living in New York with his mother, until the day a tall, old gentleman arrives to give him some startling news. Ceddie, it turns out, is the child of a great English family. He must go to England to live with the Earl his grandfather and become a person he never knew he was: Little Lord Fauntleroy.
What the old gentleman neglects to mention is that Ceddie’s grandfather is one of the most grumpy, grouchy, gouty and feared old men in all England. Wish the new Little Lord Fauntleroy good luck…
Includes exclusive material: In the Backstory you can find out more about the inspirations for the story and take the Little Lord Fauntleroy quiz!
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The author of Little Lord Fauntleroy was the J.K. Rowling of her time
Really, we can all learn a lot from little Lord Fauntleroy. So maybe we can forgive him the knickerbockers and the red stockings
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