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Heidi, Johanna Spyri

Little orphan Heidi is sent to live with her grandfather in his remote house in the Swiss Alps. She soon begins to love her life with her grandfather and makes friends with Peter, the goat-herder and his grandmother. Idyllic as her existence is, her aunt sends Heidi to live in Frankfurt to become a companion to the invalid daughter of a wealthy family although Heidi yearns to be back in the fresh air and freedom of the mountains.

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Title: Heidi

Original: Heidi

Category: Novel

Author: Johanna Spyri

Publisher: Collins Classics

Year: 2011

Pgs: 203

Weight: 0.126 kg

ISBN: 978-0-00-744942-2

This book is in English

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‘Up on the Alp with grandfather is the loveliest spot in all the world.’

Little orphan Heidi is sent to live with her grandfather in his remote house in the Swiss Alps. She soon begins to love her life with her grandfather and makes friends with Peter, the goat-herder and his grandmother. Idyllic as her existence is, her aunt sends Heidi to live in Frankfurt to become a companion to the invalid daughter of a wealthy family although Heidi yearns to be back in the fresh air and freedom of the mountains.

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