Everything you need to understand or teach The Good Master by Kate Seredy.
In The Good Master, rebellious Kate goes to live with her uncle in the country. Kate adapts to country life, where she learns the value of hard work, as well as compassion and generosity. In the end of the story, her father Sandor comes to live with her on the ranch.
At the novel begins, school-teacher Sandor Nagy sends his incorrigible daughter Kate to stay with his brother Marton, who owns a ranch on the Hungarian plain. Accustomed to the city-comforts of Budapest, Kate initially rebels against her uncle, but soon discovers a fondness for ranch life. Kate's cousin Jancsi teaches her to ride a horse, and the two children build a fast friendship.
Kate spends Easter on the ranch, participating in local holiday traditions. In recognition of her progress, Marton buys Kate a white horse named "Milky." To everyone's surprise, little Kate, caught in great peril, heroically...
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