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A Little Princess

A Little Princess


by Frances Hodgson Burnett

A Little Princess: Symbols Quiz

Think you’ve got your head wrapped around A Little Princess? Put your knowledge to the test. Good luck — the Stickman is counting on you!
Q. Why is the Last Doll called by its name?

It's an apocalyptic story.
It's the last doll Sara's dad buys for her.
It dies when she gets it.
It is so ugly that Sara hates dolls after she gets it.
Q. When Lavinia calls Sara a "princess," what does she mean?

That Sara has great fashion sense
That she should wear a tiara
That she's related to the Queen of England
That she puts on airs
Q. What does Sara consider princess-hood to be?

Eating a lot of cake
Getting beheaded at the guillotine
Being polite and having great manners
Having all the money
Q. What does Sara do when she's having a miserable time and needs to escape from daily life?

Buys tickets to Aruba
Tells herself stories
Treats herself to a spa day
Bakes a cake
Q. What story does Sara invent to describe her life with Becky?

That they're prisoners in the Bastille
That they're Pirates of the Caribbean
That they own a pet grooming business
That they're X-Men