Comtesse de Ségur

Sophie Rostopchine, Countess of Ségur, née Sofiya Feodorovna Rostopchina (1 August 1799,Saint Petersburg – 9 February 1874, Paris), was a French writer of Russianbirth. She is best known today for her novel Les Malheurs de Sophie(Sophie's misfortunes), intended for children.










Sophie's Misfortunes

Comtesse de Ségur - Publisher : Williams and Norgate

Sophie is a naughty little girl, she delights in disobeying her mother and engaging in mischievious pranks. This is the first book of a trilogy along with the Good Little.
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To not die of boredom

Autumn

To my children

enough easy to read

Great classic

Less than 10$

A few days













Fleurville trilogy: Camille and Madeline

Comtesse de Ségur - Publisher : Simon & Schuster

Publisher presentation: the second book in the delightful Fleurville Trilogy, after les malheurs de Sophie. Camille and Madeleine are perfect little girls, beautifully behaved and very wise. They live with their mother at Chateau Fleurville. When another little girl Margeurite and her widowed mother come to stay and Sophie, who is now orphaned, is adopted by the family, the four girls become firm...
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During my holidays

Summer

To my children

Child's play

Great classic

Between 10 and 20$

A few hours






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