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Anne of Green Gables

A book by L.M. Montgomery

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A Wonderful Book

  • Nov 7, 1999
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I have just finished reading this book aloud to my 8 year old (who is well capable of reading it herself) so that we could enjoy the book together. What can I say? It is one of the most delightful books in the world, meant to be shared and cherished, and above all remembered and recommended to others. If you have a little girl in your life, introduce her to this book. She will always thank you.

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review by . October 26, 2005
This is the beginning of an absolutely delightful series of books following the adventures of Anne. I have been reading these books for years now (at least forty five) and they have lost none of their delight and charm. I have absolutely nothing against the recent T.V. Series (or is it so recent?), and enjoyed every episode. But having read the books first, the movies were just frosting on the cake for me. I must point out though, that these books were written in a different time. Life was viewed …
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When Marilla Cuthbert's brother, Matthew, returns home to Green Gables with a chatty redheaded orphan girl, Marilla exclaims, "But we asked for a boy. We have no use for a girl." It's not long, though, before the Cuthberts can't imagine how they could ever do without young Anne of Green Gables--but not for the original reasons they sought an orphan. Somewhere between the time Anne "confesses" to losing Marilla's amethyst pin (which she never took) in hopes of being allowed to go to a picnic, and when Anne accidentally dyes her hated carrot-red hair green, Marilla says to Matthew, "One thing's for certain, no house that Anne's in will ever be dull." And no book that she's in will be, either. This adapted version of the classic,Anne of Green Gables, introduces younger readers to the irrepressible heroine of L.M. Montgomery's many stories. Adapter M.C. Helldorfer includes only a few of Anne's mirthful and poignant adventures, yet manages to capture the freshness of one of children's literature's spunkiest, most beloved characters. There's just enough to make beginning readers want more--luckily, there's a lot more in the originals! Illustrator Ellen Beier creates vibrant pictures to portray the beauty of the land around Green Gables and the spirited nature of Anne herself. (Ages 5 to 8)--Emilie Coulter--This text refers to an alternateHardcoveredition.
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ISBN-10: 0517189682
ISBN-13: 978-0517189689
Author: L.M. Montgomery
Publisher: Children's Classics

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