Published: October 1994
When her beloved father dies, Pollyanna is sent to live with her strict Aunt Polly in the dour town of Beldingsville, Vermont. Luckily, Pollyanna has the Glad Game - a joyous, warm-hearted exercise where she finds the best in every situation. Whether delighting in the view from her bare attic room, or interpreting her punishment of a meagre supper as a wonderful treat, Pollyanna cannot help but see the best in the world, and inadvertently changes it for the better as she goes.
With its wonderfully infectious good cheer, Pollyanna spawned a real-life �Glad� movement and endures today as a true classic of children�s literature.
This elegant Macmillan Collector�s Library edition features an afterword by children�s book critic Imogen Russell Williams.