6 edition of Pollyanna (Young Reader"s Christian Library) found in the catalog.
Pollyanna (Young Reader"s Christian Library)
Eleanor Hodgman Porter
by Amereon Ltd
Written in English
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The Pollyanna principle (also called Pollyannaism or positivity bias) is the tendency for people to remember pleasant items more accurately than unpleasant ones. Research  indicates that at the subconscious level, the mind tends to focus on the optimistic; while at the conscious level, it tends to focus on the negative. This subconscious bias is similar to the . Pollyanna, the orphaned daughter of a missionary couple, comes to live with her reserved aunt. Her tendency to find something to be glad about in .
POLLYANNA is a year old American children's classic about an 11 year old girl written by Eleanor Porter. I suspect that most adults today read it as a child. Pollyanna has a wonderful message about life not just for children but for any person of any age; it is uplifting! Audible has several editions of the book available. Poor Pollyanna is penniless and orphaned; you would think that she wouldn't have anything to be happy about. And when she moves in with her harsh Aunt Polly, thinks start to look even worse. Luckily, Pollyanna has a special knack for seeing the bright side of life-and she'll need it. This tender tale of a little girl with a 'glad' heart with stay with you for : Sterling.
Pollyanna definition, an excessively or blindly optimistic person. See more. Pollyanna’s character is the origin of the “Pollyanna principle,” a psychological term regarding the tendency for humans to remember positive experiences more fully than negative ones. The book was one of the first widely popular children’s novels in American history and has been adapted into several films.
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Pollyanna is a best-selling novel by Eleanor H. Porter that is now considered a classic of children's book was such a success that Porter soon produced a sequel, Pollyanna Grows Up (ISBN ). The novel's success brought the term "Pollyanna" (along with the adjective "pollyannaish" and the noun "Pollyannaism") into the language to describe Cited by: 1.
Pollyanna is an interesting book. It was published only four years after Anne of Green Gables, and both stories have a similar storyline: a plucky, young girl of eleven or so is orphaned and has nowhere to Pollyanna and Anne struggle with their appearance and both are received in a lackluster way, by new caregivers who aren't sure they really want them.4/5.
Pollyanna now— Miss Polly rose with frowning face and closely-shut lips. She was glad, of course, that she was a good woman, and that she not only knew her duty, but had sufficient strength of character to perform it. But—POLLYANNA!—what a ri-diculous name!File Size: KB.
Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Project Gutenberg Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Porter, Eleanor H. (Eleanor Hodgman), Title: Pollyanna Language: English: LoC Class: PZ: Language and Literatures: Juvenile belles lettres: LoC Class: PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian Cited by: 1.
A truly great book, would recommend this book great for all ages. Pollyanna is a great character enjoyed the story about The game and when she is in bed after the accident, all the people that come to see her, and tell her that they are all playing the game and to thank her for all the things she has drone to help them.
A great classic/5(). Free download or read online Pollyanna pdf (ePUB) book. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Eleanor H. Porter. The book was published in multiple languages including English, consists of pages and is available in Paperback format.
The main characters of this fiction, childrens story are Nancy, Pollyanna. The book has been 4/5. Pollyanna Grows Up is the second Pollyanna book, but the last one written by Eleanor Porter. It's a servicable read, but a lot of the charm of the first book is lost in this one. The plot is split in two parts.
The first half of the book is still about young Pollyanna, not even a year after her accident and recovery in the first book/5. Pollyanna is a delightful book that all parents should read to their children. Pollyanna is a most positive young lady. Always searching for the good in every situation for all members of the community until an accident allows the community to /5().
That POLLYANNA has fallen out of favor says more about our cynical times than it does about the book.
Pollyanna was first published (to instant acclaim and success) in the year leading up to WWI, and its kindly philosophy is as relevant today as it was then. There's a reason it has stayed steadily in print for nearly a century, and has been translated into many 5/5.
#1: What animal does Mr Pendleton have. #2: What personality trait does Pollyanna exhibit. #3: Who does Aunt Polly marry. #4: When Aunt Polly meets Jimmy Bean what does she call him.
Wikipedia Book - Pollyanna. Download M4B (99MB) Download cover art Download CD case insert. Pollyanna. Eleanor H. PORTER ( - ) Pollyanna tells the story of Pollyanna Whittier, a young girl who goes to live with her wealthy Aunt Polly after her father's death.
Pollyanna's philosophy of life centers around what she calls "The Glad Game. Pollyanna's game will make you realize that there are always things to be glad about,even when you think that everything is awful around you. Now I'm up to reading the sequel of the book "Pollyanna grows up", hope it's as good as the first one.5/5(32).
Pollyanna is a fun loving book that features a bubbly young girl of ten who goes to live with her elderly aunt after her father's death. Their characters contrast as soon as Pollyanna moves in, even though the young girl is a spirited, kind creature; however, her aunt is spinsterly creature with a crabby attitude and refuses to accept the girl.5/5(6).
New Listing POLLYANNA by Eleanor H. Porter - Vintage HC Book 45th Impression Pollyanna: The Glad Book hardcover, written by Eleanor H. Porter // Pollyanna lover gift // classic children's literature LisbethTreasures 5 out of 5 stars (18) $ ‘Yes, ma’am.’ Nancy stifled a sigh.
She was wondering if ever in any way she could please this woman. Nancy had never ‘worked out’ before; but a sick mother suddenly widowed and left with three younger children besides Nancy herself, had forced the girl into doing something toward their support, and she had been so pleased when she found a place in the kitchen of the great.
Pollyanna is a popular book by Eleanor H. Porter. Read Pollyanna, free online version of the book by Eleanor H.
Porter, on Eleanor H. Porter's Pollyanna consists of 32 parts for ease of reading. Choose the part of Pollyanna which you want to. Pollyanna may get some help in the matter of her aunt by Mayor Warren's nephew, Dr.
Edmond Chilton (Richard Egan), a former resident who now lives in Baltimore, who is back in town for the first time in five years on a vacation, and who was once Polly's beau.
Eleanor H. Porter: Pollyanna Table of Contents. Pollyanna: Polly Harrington's day is filled with duty. Her worthless sister has died and left an orphan to be supported.
Polly's neice, Pollyanna, arrives to the small town and small changes happen immediately. Polly's servants are more chipper. The sick in the town are feeling better.
Pollyanna. By Eleanor H. Porter. Grades. Genre. Fiction. This book is the enduring story of an orphan girl with an irrepressible love for life, who is sent East to live with her spinster aunt.
This book is the enduring story of an orphan girl with an irrepressible love for life, who is sent East to live with her spinster aunt. This is a very important book.
Even though this is fiction do not doubt that something can be learned by reading or hearing how this was written. As I listened to this recording of Eleanor H. Porter's Pollyanna it showed me many signs that there had been a huge amount female repression in the past by both the way the story unfolds and its many.LibriVox recording of POLLYANNA, by Eleanor H.
Porter. Read by Phil Chenevert In a small town far out West, 11 year old Pollyanna has lost both her mother then her dad to disease. This book describes how the orphan is sent to be raised by her aunt .This book should be called the Pollyanna Possibilities!
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