Pollyanna-Eleanor H. Porter(Book



Published -1913


When orphaned 11-year-old Pollyanna comes to live with austere and wealthy Aunt Polly, her philosophy of gladness brings happiness to her aunt and other members of the community, somewhat to their surprise.

A miraculous story about the power of optimism.

The book is poignantly written &the characters are well developed.It’s a simple story of Pollyanna and her optimistic nature.Her never-give-attitude &attempting to find good in everything and being glad about things is commendable &inspiring.

Though the story is more than 100 years old,it is prevalent in the modern times.One of my favourite classic for sure.📚

The second book in this series is Pollyanna grows up.

You can buy your copies from Amazon or lend it from a nearby library.

You can also download the pdf or epub copy Gutenberg Pollyanna 

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8 thoughts on “Pollyanna- Eleanor H.Porter

  1. I wish I could read such classics !

    Only problem I face while reading the classics is that to enjoy it to the fullest you need to savour on every word, read like a snail, read same sentence again and again, every classics sentence is a sugar coated toffee, each read would unveil a new sugary coating.
    And unfortunately such reading isn’t possible during classes (I get time to read during classes only)

    I hope to dedicate this summer vacation to such beautiful classics only. 🙂


  2. After watching the black and white movie version of Pollyanna, I got the book. It has been constant favorite of mine. Her ‘GLAD GAME’ is addictive. I only wish I knew about the book earlier. Life is so much more cheerful with Pollyanna!!

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