By Eleanor H. Porter
Pollyanna, now cured of her crippling spinal harm, spends her time educating the "glad game" to new city, and a really sour lady Mrs. Carew. alongside the best way she makes new associates, reminiscent of Sadie, and is courted via early life buddies, Jimmy and Jamie: Jimmy is a hale and hearty aspiring architect, Jamie is a fragile literary genius whose withered legs compel him to depend upon a wheelchair and crutches. Jimmy additionally reveals out his family's heritage, and the way he ended up alone.
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