The Sunbridge Girls at Six Star Ranch
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Título: The Sunbridge Girls at Six Star Ranch
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"The Sunbridge Girls at Six Star Ranch" was written by Eleanor H. Porter under the pen name of Eleanor Stuart. Genevieve Hartley, who has been in Sunbridge, New Hampshire, for her schooling has formed a club called 'The Happy Hexagons.' The story is mainly a narration of a vacation which these six young girls spend in Texas at the 'Six Star Ranch,' at the invitation of Mr. Hartley, its owner. Eleanor H. Porter knows how to write for young people. Her knowledge of outdoor life, her understanding of girls' ambitions, foibles, and daily problems help to fill the story with inspiration.About the Author:
Eleanor H. Porter (1868-1920), was an American author best know for her "Pollyanna" novels. Born in Littleton, New Hampshire, Eleanor became an excellent singer after studying at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. In 1892, she married John Lyman Porter and moved to Massachusetts. Eleanor H. Porter started writing short stories, usually set in New England, which were published in the popular magazines and newspapers of the day including "Woman's Home Companion" and "Harper's Weekly". Porter mainly wrote children's literature, including three "Miss Billy" books ("Miss Billy", "Miss Billy's Decision", and "Miss Billy Married"), "Just David" (1916), "Six Star Ranch" (1916), "Cross Currents" (1928), and "The Turn of the Tide" (1908). Her most famous novel is "Pollyanna" (1913), later followed by a sequel, "Pollyanna Grows Up"(1915). With the arrival of "Pollyanna" (1913) Porter won international acclaim.
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