Sarah managed to graduate from a reputable university without ever taking geometry or algebra II.

Sarah was thrilled to get pointe shoes at age thirteen, but her mother was horrified, fearing that Sarah would develop unsightly calves.

While visiting the United Nations at the age of ten, Sarah passed Fidel Castro in the hall. It was his last visit to the United States.

In the fifth grade, Sarah memorized the poems The Congo and Simon Legree by Vachel Lindsay.

Sarah is from a family of four girls, just like Little Women. The similarity ends there.