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Pollyanna

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When Pollyanna was published in 1913 it rapidly sold more than a million copies. People were drawn to the story’s cheery main character. But Pollyanna is no pampered princess. She is a lonely orphan who faces hardships and setbacks while winning people’s hearts by trying to see the good, even at the worst of times. By playing what she calls “the glad game,” she reminds us that when life is disappointing or painful, there are still things to be thankful for. Abridged for young readers, the Core Classics® edition is faithful to the style, plot, and themes of the original work.

A discount applies to the purchase of 25 or more Core Classics® books (any titles).

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25 - 9915% off
100 - 24920% off
250 - 49925% off
500 or more30% off

When Pollyanna was published in 1913 it rapidly sold more than a million copies. People were drawn to the story’s cheery main character. But Pollyanna is no pampered princess. She is a lonely orphan who faces hardships and setbacks while winning people’s hearts by trying to see the good, even at the worst of times. By playing what she calls “the glad game,” she reminds us that when life is disappointing or painful, there are still things to be thankful for.

The Core Classics® series presents stories loved for generations in abridged versions for young readers, illustrated and annotated, and faithful to the style, plot, and themes of the originals. Each volume includes a brief biography of the author and an introduction by E. D. Hirsch, Jr.

In the upper elementary grades, Core Classics are suitable for strong readers or reading aloud; in middle school and up, the texts are appropriate for independent reading.

A discount applies to the purchase of 25 or more Core Classics® books (any titles).

Selections from the Core Classics edition:

227 pages

Paperback

ISBN 978-1-890517-06-9

Available in eBook format on Amazon.com

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