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Virtual Book Chat: Pollyanna
Friday, May 8 | 4:00-5:00 PM Live via Zoom!
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In celebration of the 100th anniversary of suffrage in 2020, the Carnegie Center is highlighting the stories of women, written by American women authors. Pollyanna, written by Eleanor H. Porter, is the charming story of the perpetually optimistic orphan Pollyanna, who spreads cheer to cope with disappointment and trauma. Discuss the plot, endearing sentiment, representation of women, and reception of the book over the past 100+ years since its publication in 1913.

You can participate live with Carnegie Director Eileen Yanoviak via Zoom for up to 10 participants. You will need a computer or mobile device with audio and video capability.

For Floyd County Library cardholders, Pollyanna is available for unlimited downloads on Hoopla. Email for more information.


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