Kate Douglas Wiggin (1856 – 1923) was a famous American educator and author well known for children's stories. The highest rank of her literary experience became most notable classic children's novel named “Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm” which brought her the world recognition and popularity. “Children's Rights” by Kate Douglas Wiggin is not an ordinary work by the famous author. It is not a poem for children or some funny story. This work represents itself a unique essay in which according to her long experience as a children's nurse given a detailed information in the training of children. In her work he touches upon such issues concerning the rights of children, children's plays, their read, relations between coevals, the present problems of children in society and chiefly relations between children and their parents.