Pollyanna Grows Up

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Pollyanna Grows Up  (1915) 
by Eleanor H. Porter

Known as the "The Second Glad Book:" it is the first of many sequels to Porter's best-selling Pollyanna (1913), but is the only one written by Porter herself.

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"JIMMY LOOKED DOWN AT THE WISTFUL, EAGER FACE."

(See page 184.)


The Second Trade Glad Mark Book

POLLYANNA
GROWS UP



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.



Illustrated by
H. WESTON TAYLOR



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BOSTON THE PAGE
COMPANYMDCCCCXV

Copyright, 1914, 1915
By Eleanor H. Porter


Copyright, 1915
By the Page Company


All rights reserved


First Impression, March, 1915


Press of
J. J. Little & Ives Co.
New York

to

My Cousin Walter

CONTENTS

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

  1. page
  2. "Jimmy looked down at the wistful, eager face" (See page 184) Frontispiece
  3. "Oh, my! what a perfectly lovely automobile!" 30
  4. "Twice again, after short intervals, she trod the fascinating way" 67
  5. "It was a wonderful hour" 84
  6. "I don't know her name yet, but I know her, so it's all right 132
  7. "The instrument that you play on, Pollyanna, will be the great heart of the world 225
  8. "Involuntarily she turned as if to flee" 284
  9. "I'm glad, glad, glad for—everything now!" 307


This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.