The true tale of a giantess : the story of Anna Swan
When Anna Swan came into the world, people chattered. They whispered over tea and gossiped across fences. Because even when she was small, Anna was ... tall. By the time she was four, she'd risen higher than a rain barrel. At six, she was taller than her mother. By ten, she towered over her father. And still she grew, always feeling she did not fit into her world. But Anna had dreams that matched her height -- she imagined a life of travel and adventure. At seventeen, she moved to New York City to join P.T. Barnum's Gallery of Wonders. And it was there that Anna's world began to grow ...
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