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Sunshine is a heartwarming story that follows the life of a young girl named Sunshine as she navigates the challenges of growing up in a small Midwest town. The author, Walter Ben Hare, beautifully captures the innocence and curiosity of childhood, as well as the complexities of family relationships.

The characters in the book are well-developed and relatable, each facing their own struggles and triumphs. Sunshine's close bond with her grandfather is especially touching, as he imparts important life lessons and wisdom to help her navigate the ups and downs of life.

The plot of the story is engaging and keeps the reader hooked from beginning to end. Hare's writing is descriptive and evocative, painting a vivid picture of small-town life and the emotions of the characters. The themes of family, friendship, and resilience are beautifully woven throughout the narrative, leaving a lasting impression on the reader.

Overall, Sunshine is a beautifully written and emotionally resonant novel that will appeal to readers of all ages. Hare's storytelling is both heartwarming and poignant, making this a must-read for anyone looking for a touching and uplifting story.

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Ye lords and ladies who have gathered here to see our little comedy of cheer, I bid you welcome to the Sunshine play, And hope 'twill drive your troubles all away. This delightful comedy is sure to brighten your day as we join an amusing group of characters while they recover from various ailments at the Sunshine Sanitarium. - Summary by Prologue and Jenn Broda Maudelia McCann, aged ten: Annie Mars Mrs. Bunch McCann, of Detroit, the mother: mleigh Mrs. Sol Whipple, of Whipple's Corners, Conn., the country lady: ambsweet13 Miss Tessie Mitford, the mental case: thestorygirl Mr. Juba K Butternip, of Peoria, Ill., the old man: Andrew James Miss Gregory, the nurse: Diane Castillo Buddy Brady, of New York, the ball player: Tomas Peter Major Kellicott, the speculator: Alan Mapstone Jim Anthony, he's engaged: A D Latheron Sylvia Deane, she's engaged: Grace Buchanan Mary, "Sunshine": Jenn Broda Man: Jon B. Stage Directions: Adrian Stephens

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