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  • She blames herself for being part of the problem, but cannot even stop this part
  • The book portrays interesting bits of Russian life, and how poor the poor people are, but it is mainly about the wide-eyed girl who sees a lot of the world and befriends a princess

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      My Anastasia is a book for preteen girls about a young girl who runs away from home and, through an odd series of events, becomes friends with the Grand Duchess Anastasia, as well as Anastasia’s sisters and little brother Alexei.

      Adults reading this have an inevitable


      warning about the unhappy ending, but children can tell some of what is going to happen through the action in the book - the civil unrest, the war, and the two-faced Father Gregory. The main character in the book, a farm girl named Dunia, is ...

      • clever enough to see the problems, but not able to do anything about them. She blames herself for being part of the problem, but cannot even stop this part.

        The book portrays interesting bits of Russian life, and how poor the poor people are, but

        it is mainly about the wide-eyed girl who sees a lot of the world and befriends a princess. It is smoothly written, with a couple of odd transitions which make it difficult to tell how much time has passed, and an enjoyable read for children.




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