Annals of Ann, The by SHARBER, Kate Trimble

As the only “surviving” child of her parents, Ann is considered by close friends and family to be an overly indulged child. Some say she is incorrigible but most find her to be pleasant and fun-loving in spite of her precocious nature. Inspired by her Cousin Eunice, young Ann decides to start a diary in hopes her grandchildren will some day read it. As for content, Ann does not feel anything outside of a good love story is worthy of being penned. However, her intelligent and cheeky nature makes it difficult for her to avoid a little whimsical fun, and resulting mishaps, along the way. Summary by CJ Plogue and Win2017.
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