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9 thoughts on “Maida's Little House

  1. says:

    Second in the Maida series by Inez Haynes Irwin Scion of riches Maida now healthy and fully recovered from her illness com

  2. says:

    Such a sweet old fashioned story Sure to be a favorite with tween girls as the main girl invites friends to spend

  3. says:

    This story starts out slow I haven't read the first book in this series so all of the characters were new to me the Big Six the Little Six the parents and the servants Then there are uite a few chapters that just describe how wonderful the little house is with all of the extras a child could desire a lake canoes a tennis court rooms for each child bicycles gardens the descriptions go on and on The kids spend all of their time oohing and a

  4. says:

    I enjoyed this second story in the Maida series but it wasn't nearly as good as the first book Maida's Little Shop Although the scenario was fun and every child's dream getting to live in your own adorable house with all of your best friends and have a pond garden tennis court bicycle excursions hiking tree house etc at your disposal all fund

  5. says:

    Have been revisitng this series which is well remembered from my childhoodinherited from my auntsWhat I just lear

  6. says:

    I think my mom discoverrd this book on one of my grandma's shelves I haven't read the first one so it took me awhile to get all the characters

  7. says:

    The Maida books were some of my favorite set of books when I was a child I loved that Maida had her own little house with a tree growing up throught the center She always took her friends on adventures with her She also had her own

  8. says:

    I utterly adored this book as a child

  9. says:

    Read this as a little girl Seemed very exciting at the time

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Harlestown they visit a little neighborhood shop and Maida wishes that she too could keep a shop just like this one Her father delighted to see Maida take an interest in something buys the shop and arranges for Maida to live above the shop with elderly Irish housekeeper Granny Flynn The only two conditions are that she must make the shop pay and she. I enjoyed this second story in the Maida series but it wasn t nearly as good as the first book Maida s Little Shop Although the scenario was fun and every child s dream getting to live in your own adorable house with all of your best friends and have a pond garden tennis court bicycle excursions hiking tree house etc at your disposal all funded by a wealthy benefactor and although the characters were the same as in the first book this book somehow lacked the charm of the first one Each chapter seemed almost self contained and the sub plot concerning the gypsies was not very compelling despite the fact that it would seem to be rich with possibility I do recall from reading these books years ago that Maida s Little House was my least favorite title in the series and I am fairly certain that as I re read the others I will enjoy them than I did this one This one serves the purpose though of setting up the others as far as introducing the Little House and environs

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Must not reveal her true identity There is a fairy tale charm about Maida the poor little rich girl who is restored to health and who finds happiness living in an ordinary neighborhood among ordinary childrenIn Maida's Little House all of her friends spend a happy summer in her perfect little vacation house that has everything a child could wish fo. The Maida books were some of my favorite set of books when I was a child I loved that Maida had her own little house with a tree growing up throught the center She always took her friends on adventures with her She also had her own Village and I don t know how many other things she had but they were fun books to read

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This is the second book in The Maida Westabrook series which features Maida Westabrook the orphaned daughter of Jerome Buffalo Westabrook Wall Street tycoonIn the first book the reader meets Maida a girl who has had everything that money can buy and the devotion of her father but she suffers from poor health After an operation on a chance visit to C. Such a sweet old fashioned story Sure to be a favorite with tween girls as the main girl invites friends to spend the summer with her in the dearest and funnest little house ever This series is best read in orderCleanliness Someone says Mother of God and Lordee References the Halloween chapter from the previous book as the children reminisce over that party One of the gypsies reads fortunes only mentioned A woman is described as being buxom Uses of good gracious goodness gee and the like Uses the word negro once Fairies and goblins are referenced when children are imaginingwalking through the forest Mentions how once the earth had been covered with great icecapsLike my reviews Then you should follow me Because I have hundreds just like this one With each review I provide a Cleanliness Report mentioning any objectionable content I come across so that parents andor conscientious readers like me can determine beforehand whether they want to read a book or not Content surprises are super annoying especially when you re 100 pages in so here s my attempt to help you avoid that So Follow or Friend me here on GoodReads You ll see my updates as I m reading and know which books I m liking and what I m not finishing and why You ll also be able to utilize my library for looking up titles to see whether the book you re thinking about reading next has any objectionable content or not From swear words to romance to bad attitudes in children s books I cover it all