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Eleanor Hodgman Porter

(1868—1920)

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Elizabeth Borton de Treviño

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(1904–2001), American novelist. A native of California, after her graduation from Stanford University Treviño moved to Boston to train as a concert violinist. She worked in advertising and...

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Kate Douglas Wiggin

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(1856–1923) American children's writer

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm (1903) Children's FictionMother Carey's Chickens (1911) Children's Fiction

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Pollyanna

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An excessively cheerful or optimistic person, from the name of the optimistic heroine created by Eleanor Hodgman Porter (1868–1920), American author of children's stories.

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