1921. This is the second book in The Maida Westabrook series, which features Maida Westabrook, the orphaned daughter of Jerome Buffalo Westabrook, Wall Street tycoon. Although Maida has had everything that money can buy and the devotion of her father, she suffers from poor health. After an operation, on a chance visit to Charlestown they visit a little neighborhood shop, and Maida is enchanted and wishes that she, too, could keep a shop just like this one. Buffalo Westabrook, delighted to see Maida take an interest in something, buys the shop and arranges for Maida to live above the shop with elderly Irish housekeeper, Granny Flynn. The only two conditions are that she must make the shop pay, and she must not reveal her true identity. There is a fairy tale charm about Maida, the poor little rich girl, who is restored to health and who finds happiness living in an ordinary neighborhood among ordinary children, tending her little shop. In Maida's Little House all of her friends spend a happy summer in her perfect little house that has everything a child could wish for. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.