Daddy Long Legs (Paperback)

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Description


Daddy Long Legs is a heartwarming and timeless coming-of-age novel that will leave readers enchanted. Written in the form of letters, this captivating story follows an orphan named Jerusha “Judy” Abbott as she navigates life, love, and her mysterious benefactor. Discover a tale filled with humor and the pursuit of dreams.
 

  • A heartwarming and inspiring story of a young orphan girl.
  • Offers valuable lessons about hard work, perseverance, and the power of education.
  • Explores themes of identity, self-discovery, and personal growth.
  • A must-read for fans of coming-of-age stories and classic literature.
  • A timeless piece of literature that has been enjoyed by readers for over a century.

 

About the Author


"The grandniece of Mark Twain, Alice Jane Chandler Webster was born in July 1876 in Fredonia, New York. In 1894, she graduated in China painting from the Fredonia Normal School and joined the Lady Jane Grey School from where she graduated in 1896. Her experience here provided an inspiration for her novel Just Patty. Webster joined the Vassar College in 1897 from where she majored in English and Economics. Interested in social issues, she took up courses in penal reform and welfare. Her novels When Patty Went to College and Daddy-Long-Legs were inspired by her college experience at Vassar. Webster contributed stories to the Vassar Miscellany and wrote weekly columns for the Poughkeepsie Sunday Courier. Her first novel, When Patty Went to College was published in 1903. It describes the life of contemporary women in an all-girl’ s college. In 1907, she published Jerry Junior and in 1908, The Four Pools Mystery. Much Ado About Peter was published in 1909. Webster began writing Daddy-Long-Legs (1912) after the publication of Just Patty in 1911. First serialized in the Ladies’ Home Journal, it is her most popular work. The sequel to Daddy-Long-Legs, Dear Enemy was published in November 1915. Webster died of childbirth fever on June 11, 1916."

Product Details
ISBN: 9788175994164
ISBN-10: 8175994169
Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
Publication Date: January 11th, 2016
Pages: 160
Language: English