An Old-fashioned Girl: Easyread Super Large 20pt Edition
A thoroughly enjoyable narrative is presented by Alcott in these pages. The protagonist, Polly visits the Shaw Family and finds herself amongst strange customs and traditions. As she sets out on this uncharted voyage, she preaches wholesome family values, love and affection to all. An utterly charming story!
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