Pollyanna Grows Up
POLLYANNA GROWS UP
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By "Eleanor Stuart"
THE PAGE COMPANY
53 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass.
"JIMMY LOOKED DOWN AT THE WISTFUL, EAGER FACE."
(See page 184.)
By ELEANOR H. PORTER
Author of "Pollyanna: The TradeGladMark Book." "Miss Billy,"
"Miss Billy's Decision," "Miss Billy Married,"
"Cross Currents," "The Turn of the Tide," etc.
H. WESTON TAYLOR
BOSTON ♣ THE PAGE
COMPANY ♣ MDCCCCXV
Copyright, 1914, 1915
By Eleanor H. Porter
By the Page Company
All rights reserved
First Impression, March, 1915
J. J. Little & Ives Co.
My Cousin Walter
chapter page I. Della Speaks Her Mind 1 II. Some Old Friends 12 III. A Dose of Pollyanna 27 IV. The Game and Mrs. Carew 38 V. Pollyanna Takes a Walk 47 VI. Jerry to the Rescue 66 VII. A New Acquaintance 76 VIII. Jamie 85 IX. Plans and Plottings 96 X. In Murphy's Alley 105 XI. A Surprise for Mrs. Carew 117 XII. From Behind a Counter 126 XIII. A Waiting And A Winning 135 XIV. Jimmy and the Green-Eyed Monster 148 XV. Aunt Polly Takes Alarm 155 XVI. When Pollyanna Was Expected 161 XVII. When Pollyanna Came 172 XVIII. A Matter of Adjustment 183 XIX. Two Letters 191 XX. The Paying Guests 201 XXI. Summer Days 210 XXII. Comrades 219
|XXIII.||"Tied to Two Sticks"||229|
|XXIV.||Jimmy Wakes Up||234|
|XXV.||The Game and Pollyanna||244|
|XXVII.||The Day Pollyanna Did Not Play||261|
|XXVIII.||Jimmy And Jamie||269|
|XXIX.||Jimmy and John||277|
|XXX.||John Pendleton Turns the Key||284|
|XXXI.||After Long Years||291|
|XXXII.||A New Aladdin||303|
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
page "Jimmy looked down at the wistful, eager face" (See page 184) Frontispiece "Oh, my! what a perfectly lovely automobile!" 30 "Twice again, after short intervals, she trod the fascinating way" 67 "It was a wonderful hour" 84 "I don't know her name yet, but I know her, so it's all right 132 "The instrument that you play on, Pollyanna, will be the great heart of the world 225 "Involuntarily she turned as if to flee" 284 "I'm glad, glad, glad for—everything now!" 307
This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.