First published in 1912, Daddy-Long-Legs is an epistolary novel that follows orphan Jerusha "Judy" Abbott through her college years through a series of letters written to her anonymous benefactor, whom she nicknames "Daddy-Long-Legs." As Judy learns to navigate the complex world of studies, social life, and romance, her letters convey her growth and address the increasingly complex questions that preoccupy her. A classic coming-of-age story featuring a clever, engaging, and altogether realistic heroine, Daddy-Long-Legs has been a beloved tale since its publication and continues to delight its audiences.
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My granddaughter loved it .. So I had to read
Entertaining and witty
Witty, clean, and a bit predictable.
"The guernsey literary and potato peel pie society" because it is also witty and in letter form.
I liked Judy's views on life especially when she says "Most people don't live; they race"