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Gladness is not a quality that Miss Polly Harrington regularly possesses, and she certainly isn’t glad about her orphaned niece, Pollyanna Whittier, coming to live with her. Although she feels a duty to care for her late sister’s daughter, she does not plan on making any fuss over Pollyanna’s arrival. It soon becomes apparent to Miss Harrington and everyone Pollyanna meets that this remarkable little girl is always glad—even about things that seem impossibly dismal. As Pollyanna teaches others how to find something good in every situation, she hopes with all her might that somehow Aunt Polly can learn to live with more joy too.
Hardcover, fabric bookmark, 214 pages
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