Friendly, cheerful Pollyanna is back again in this delightful new story, busier and more helpful than ever before. And this time she introduces to us a new heroine - charming Rosemary Lane, orphan daughter of a French mother and an American father.MoreFriendly, cheerful Pollyanna is back again in this delightful new story, busier and more helpful than ever before. And this time she introduces to us a new heroine - charming Rosemary Lane, orphan daughter of a French mother and an American father.
Discouraged and depressed, Rosemary is taken into Pollyannas home, and under the loving guidance of her new friend changes from a sad, unhappy girl, to a fascinating young woman. How this comes about- how Rosemary finds a long-lost relative- how she and the Pendletons mend broken hearts and lives- and what is the fate of the young men who fall in love with Rosemary, are all part of this story of worth-while and gallant people...-----------Those who already know and love Pollyanna and the Glad Books will welcome this tale of her war-time activities, written by an authoress new to the series.Pollyanna and her daughter, picnicking on the banks of a stream in April sunshine, notice the slight and lovely form of the sad, young Rosemary Lane, and invite her to join them.
Learning the story of the young girl, that she is sick, lonely and downcast, Pollyanna insists on her coming to live with her, glad of someone to lessen her own loneliness with her husband, son and elder daughter away serving their country.In the peaceful atmosphere of the Pendleton home, where the Glad Game has never been quite forgotten, Rosemary quickly recovers her health and finds herself happier that she had ever believed possible. And when Pollyannas son flies home on short leave, there are reasons for believing that ere long the tie between her and Rosemary will be closer than that of mother and adopted daughter.