The Princess and the Suffragette by Holly Webb (author) (UK edition)

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Bestselling author Holly Webb revisits the much-loved classic A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett. It is 1913, nine years after the end of A Little Princess saw Sara Crewe escape Miss Minchin’s orphanage. Lottie, the smallest girl from the original story, learns about the Suffragette movement from Sara, who returns to visit from time to time. Soon Lottie finds herself sneaking out of the orphanage to attend a demonstration, in defiance of her cold, distant father. A father who has a secret to hide about her own missing mother… It’s a story about lost mothers turning up in unexpected situations, the power of friendship and female empowerment.

  • Revisit beloved characters and meet some new ones in this retelling of the classic story, A Little Princess.
  • The original book by Frances Hodgson Burnett is one of the most loved children’s classics of all time.
  • Holly Webb has previously published a sequel to the classic novel The Secret Garden called Return to the Secret Garden.

Product Details







Date published

October 5th, 2017

Accelerated Reader

AR book level: 4.8; Middle years; 5.0 points

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  • 240 pages



UK edition


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  1. BookLover5000
    on 16 May 2021

    I liked this book. It was really good. At the start, though, I didn’t really understood what was happening but then after I had read a bit more of it, I did.

    4 out of 5