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"Pollyanna's Western Adventure" is a novel written by Harriet Lummis Smith. Published by A.L. Burt Company with a copyright date of 1929. The sixth book in the series.

When Pollyanna, the glad girl, followed her husband's fortunes West, and took up her abode in lonely ranch house, her eastern friends felt that she had made an appalling sacrifice. But Pollyanna lost no time in finding new interests, making new friends, and winning new adherents to her sunny philosophy of life. How the ranch house became a center of helpfulness, how sundry love affairs received timely aid, how the Pendleton youngsters reacted to their new environment, and how even Jiggs met a crisis in a manner worthy of his upbringing, make an absorbing story.

297 page hard cover book in good condition with no rips or tears. There is a gift inscription on the first page of the book. The pages are browned due to age. The dust jacket is in poor condition and is now mylar protected. See the pictures for more detail.

Item ID: 06222

Pollyanna's Western Adventure Harriet Lummis Smith

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