Pollyanna by Eleanor H Porter


Pollyanna had just lost her father when she went to live with her Aunt Polly at Beldingsville, but she had learned from him before his death how to find something to be glad about even in the face of the greatest sorrows. This was the “glad” game – the game that she was to teach to so many friends in Beldingsville, the game that was to change the course of Aunt Polly’s life and bring her to a warm understanding of Pollyanna’s lovable qualities.
Genre: Children’s Classic
Rating: @@@@@
Pages: 192
Year: 1975
Comments:This was one of my favourites as a child and I enjoyed it just as much this time around. Well worth giving your to kids to read.

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