The orphan Pollyanna is sent to live with her ill-tempered aunt in the small town of Beldingsville. Pollyanna's optimism and cheerful attitude are infectious and as she spreads her grateful spirit around the town. But when Pollyanna suffers a deep tragedy, her spirit is broken. Can her spirit be restored?
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An abridged edition of the classic story by Eleanor H. PorterAbout the Author:
Eleanor H. Porter (1868-1920) was a bestselling children's author from Massachusetts. She published short stories and novels but her most famous work was "Pollyanna" published in 1913. Anne Fine is a multi- award winning British author who has written more than fifty children's books, including the Carnegie Medal and Whitbread Children's Book of the Year winner "Flour Babies" and Whitbread winner "The Tulip Touch."
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Book Description Recorded Books, N . Y., 1997. Cassettes. Book Condition: Very Good. Cover Art (illustrator). Unabridged. X-Library --------5 cassettes -----6.75 hours .The black plastic case has light wear with a couple of chips to the edge .This does not harm the cassettes. Cassettes. Bookseller Inventory # BT 00732