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Pollyanna, now cured of her crippling spinal injury, and able to walk again, goes to live in Boston with Mrs. Carew, a heart-broken woman searching for her lost nephew. Aunt Polly goes abroad with Pollyanna’s new Uncle, Dr. Chilton. While in Boston, Pollyanna meets new friends and has several interesting adventures…A startling change in Aunt Polly’s and Pollyanna’s circumstances require Pollyanna to come up with a workable solution. Pollyanna’s solution brings all her new friends from Boston and her old friends in Beldingsville together. Pollyanna also discovers she has to make a choice. Who will win her heart?
A happy, fee-good book and Mary Anderson is a good reader, though, probably every window and mirror was fogged over with all the serious sighing she did with her reading.
Well read! Most enjoyable...unexpected find...I hadn't realised that there was a follow on book.
Such a wonderful book!! If you liked the first book, you will most likely enjoy this one just as much. Great reader too :)
As good as the original. Good reader.
I read this book about 10 days after I had completed listening to Pollyanna. In my mind this book is every bit as good.
Again Pollyanna brings joy and healing to many suffering souls in the story. Some may think, in view of today's awful world violences, wars, famine, etc., these books no longer have much value. However these stories, like the Anne books, Narnia books, Helen's Children, etc., teach without moralizing wonderful lessons that could possibly re-instill values in young people today. Mary Anderson is to be commended for her charming and lovely rendition of this dear story.
I really enjoyed this book. The first chapter I was a bit Leary, but then the book took off and I couldn't wait for the next chapter. Great reader.
Good reader. I wish the readers of some other books would read as well.
"Pollyanna grows up" was not as interesting as the prequel of the book but I would like to congratulate the excellent reader who was the same as in "Pollyanna". Mary Anderson brought the book to life. Had the book been read by another reader it probably wouldn't have been as enjoying. Keep up the good job. We want more free audio books!
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