Young Sara Crewe grew up with her rich father in India, surrounded by servants and luxury.
She's not royalty, but when she arrives at Miss Minchin's boarding school in London, everyone insists on treating her like a princess.
Despite her cleverness and compassion, the other girls and Miss Minchin soon come to resent Sara's wealth and privilege.
So when word reaches England that Sara's father has died destitute in India, Sara is stranded at the school-orphaned and penniless.
Miss Minchin forces her to work as a servant. Cold, starving, and mocked by her classmates, will Sara's sweet nature and boundless imagination be enough to sustain her?
This is an unabridged version of the beloved children's tale by English-American author Frances Hodgson Burnett, first published in 1905.