Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter audiobook

Pollyanna

By Eleanor H. Porter
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When Pollyanna Whittier becomes loses her parents, she goes to live with her rather strict Aunt Polly. And Aunt Polly is not at all prepared for Pollyanna! With her infectious energy and her determination to see the best in every situation, Pollyanna brings sunshine into the lives of everyone around her. But not everyone wants it—and she has a lot of work to do to persuade some of them that there is a good side to everything. But will being glad be enough for Pollyanna herself when she faces the biggest struggle of her life?  This irrepressible book, first published in 1913, has entertained and absorbed a new generation of girls ever since. 

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When Pollyanna Whittier becomes loses her parents, she goes to live with her rather strict Aunt Polly. And Aunt Polly is not at all prepared for Pollyanna! With her infectious energy and her determination to see the best in every situation, Pollyanna brings sunshine into the lives of everyone around her. But not everyone wants it—and she has a lot of work to do to persuade some of them that there is a good side to everything. But will being glad be enough for Pollyanna herself when she faces the biggest struggle of her life? 

This irrepressible book, first published in 1913, has entertained and absorbed a new generation of girls ever since. 

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Author Bio: Eleanor H. Porter

Author Bio: Eleanor H. Porter

Eleanor Hodgman Porter (1868–1920), American novelist, was born at Littleton, New Hampshire, and studied music at the New England Conservatory. Her first novels included Cross Currents (1907) and Miss Billy (1911). In 1913 Pollyanna appeared, which was an immediate success that has retained its popularity ever since. A sequel, Pollyanna Grows Up, was published in 1915, and two volumes of short stories, The Tangled Threads and Across the Years, appeared posthumously in 1924.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental
Category: Fiction/Classics
Runtime: 3.68
Audience: Children (8–12)
Language: English