Pollyanna Grows Up
This sequel to Pollyanna is wonderful. I personally liked it more than Pollyanna. Pollyanna is now a young woman, and her crippled legs are now cured, but circumstances arise that make it hard for even Pollyanna to maintain a cheerful outlook. It works well as a stand-alone. Girls twelve and older who are serious readers and are used to good and beautiful style books will likely enjoy the book most. There is some completely wholesome romance in the book that is not at all sensationalized and appropriate for any age. The LibriVox version is great.
(Reviewed by Jenny Phillips)
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