The Story Girl (Paperback)
Sara Stanley livens up a rural community on Prince Edward Island by sharing her natural gift of storytelling, transporting listeners to another time and place. Like many of L.M. Montgomery's novels, The Story Girl is loosely inspired by real-life people and events.
When Bev and Felix King encounter Sara Stanley, they are enamored by her ability to captivate both children and adults. While visiting their aunt and uncle's farm, they spend most of their time listening to Sara's imaginative tales. She, along with cousins, Dan, Felicity and Cecily, are occupied with extravagant narratives fueled by adventure, romance and the supernatural. It's a childhood experience the King brothers will never forget.
The Story Girl highlights the youngest members of the King family and their penchant for creativity. Despite their quaint setting, Sara's fanciful tales breathe new life into their small town. It's an impressive talent that will bring her notoriety at home and beyond.
With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Story Girl is both modern and readable.