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Pollyanna

Author: Eleanor H Porter
Publisher: New York : Open Road Integrated Media, 2015.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Primary school : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The timeless children's story about a young orphan whose sunny outlook and effervescent spirit transform a Vermont town Alone in her big house in Beldingsville, Vermont, Miss Polly welcomes neither friends nor companions of any sort. And so when a letter arrives notifying her that her orphaned niece Pollyanna has been sent east to live with her, the cantankerous Miss Polly braces for her cherished calm to be  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Porter, Eleanor H.
Pollyanna.
Newburyport : Open Road Media Young Readers, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Primary school, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Eleanor H Porter
ISBN: 9781504013802 1504013808 9781473521186 1473521181
OCLC Number: 913887613
Notes: Title from resource description page (Recorded Books, viewed July 13, 2015).
Target Audience: 7 years and up.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Cover; Title Page; Dedication; CHAPTER I. MISS POLLY; CHAPTER II. OLD TOM AND NANCY; CHAPTER III. THE COMING OF POLLYANNA; CHAPTER IV. THE LITTLE ATTIC ROOM; CHAPTER V. THE GAME; CHAPTER VI. A QUESTION OF DUTY; CHAPTER VII. POLLYANNA AND PUNISHMENTS; CHAPTER VIII. POLLYANNA PAYS A VISIT; CHAPTER IX. WHICH TELLS OF THE MAN; CHAPTER X.A SURPRISE FOR MRS. SNOW; CHAPTER XI. INTRODUCING JIMMY; CHAPTER XII. BEFORE THE LADIES' AID; CHAPTER XIII. IN PENDLETON WOODS; CHAPTER XIV. JUST A MATTER OF JELLY; CHAPTER XV. DR. CHILTON; CHAPTER XVI. A RED ROSE AND A LACE SHAWL. CHAPTER XVII. "JUST LIKE A BOOK"CHAPTER XVIII. PRISMS; CHAPTER XIX. WHICH IS SOMEWHAT SURPRISING; CHAPTER XX. WHICH IS MORE SURPRISING; CHAPTER XXI. A QUESTION ANSWERED; CHAPTER XXII. SERMONS AND WOODBOXES; CHAPTER XXIII. AN ACCIDENT; CHAPTER XXIV. JOHN PENDLETON; CHAPTER XXV. A WAITING GAME; CHAPTER XXVI. A DOOR AJAR; CHAPTER XXVII. TWO VISITS; CHAPTER XXVIII. THE GAME AND ITS PLAYERS; CHAPTER XXIX. THROUGH AN OPEN WINDOW; CHAPTER XXX. JIMMY TAKES THE HELM; CHAPTER XXXI. A NEW UNCLE; CHAPTER XXXII. WHICH IS A LETTER FROM POLLYANNA; Copyright.
Responsibility: Eleanor H. Porter.

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The timeless children's story about a young orphan whose sunny outlook and effervescent spirit transform a Vermont town Alone in her big house in Beldingsville, Vermont, Miss Polly welcomes neither friends nor companions of any sort. And so when a letter arrives notifying her that her orphaned niece Pollyanna has been sent east to live with her, the cantankerous Miss Polly braces for her cherished calm to be shattered. Pollyanna seems to have little to be grateful for, especially when her aunt sends her to live in the stuffy attic of her stuffy manor. But rather than sulk over her humble accommodations, Pollyanna rejoices in the marvelous view that her attic window affords. She calls her positive attitude the "glad game," a trick her father taught her to make the best of any situation. As she introduces the glad game to the downtrodden residents of Beldingsville, Pollyanna begins to rejuvenate the small New England town, proving that optimism and a good-hearted disposition can bring joy to anyone-maybe even stubborn, ornery Miss Polly ... This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

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"The classic tale of a glad-hearted little orphan girl whose positive take on the most adverse circumstance is a lesson for us all" * Sunday Times * "Eleanor H Porter's legendary Pollyanna, a gaily Read more...

 
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