Pollyanna
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Pollyanna

By Eleanor H. Porter
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Book Description

The whole town is playing the game, and the whole town is wonderfully happier-and all because of one little girl who taught the people a new game, and how to play it. Suddenly orphaned, Pollyanna is sent across the country to a small town in Vermont, where she will live with her strict Aunt Polly. But Pollyanna doesn't seem to notice how stern and unfeeling her aunt really is. When feeling unhappy, she simply plays her " glad" game-finding a silver lining in every cloud. Eventually, Pollyanna brightens the lives of everyone in town with her infectious game, and finds a home for every stray cat, dog, and child she encounters. But then a terrible accident happens and Pollyanna can't find anything to feel glad about anymore. All her new friends turn out to support her, but will that be enough to restore Pollyanna's cheerful outlook on life?

Table of Contents
  • 1. Chapter I. Miss Polly
  • 2. Chapter II. Old Tom and Nancy
  • 3. Chapter III. The Coming of Pollyanna
  • 4. Chapter IV. The Little Attic Room
  • 5. Chapter V. The Game
  • 6. Chapter VI. A Question of Duty
  • 7. Chapter VII. Pollyanna and Punishments
  • 8. Chapter VIII. Pollyanna Pays a Visit
  • 9. Chapter IX. Which Tells of the Men
  • 10. Chapter X. A Surprise for Mrs. Snow
  • 11. Chapter XI. Introducing Jimmy
  • 12. Chapter XII. Before the Ladies' Aid
  • 13. Chapter XIII. In Pendleton Woods
  • 14. Chapter XIV. Just a Matter of Jelly
  • 15. Chapter XV. Dr. Chilton
  • 16. Chapter XVI. A Red Rose and a Lace Shawl
  • 17. Chapter XVII. "Just Like a Book"
  • 18. Chapter XVIII. Prisms
  • 19. Chapter XIX. Which is Somewhat Surprising
  • 20. Chapter XX. Which is More Surprising
  • 21. Chapter XXI. A Question Answered
  • 22. Chapter XXII. Sermons and Woodboxes
  • 23. Chapter XXIII. An Accident
  • 24. Chapter XXIV. John Pendleton
  • 25. Chapter XXV. A Waiting Game
  • 26. Chapter XXVI. A Door Ajar
  • 27. Chapter XXVII. Two Visits
  • 28. Chapter XXVIII. The Game and it’s Players
  • 29. Chapter XXIX. Through an Open Window
  • 30. Chapter XXX. Jimmy Takes the Helm
  • 31. Chapter XXXI. A New Uncle
  • 32. Chapter XXXII. Which is a Letter From Pollyanna
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