Anne of Green Gables / Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables, #1-2)

Anne of Green Gables Anne of Avonlea Anne of Green Gables One Giant Literary Classics volume features the first two installments in the life of spunky heroine Anne Shirley First the impetuous red haired orphan meetsand must win the love ofher foster parent

  • Title: Anne of Green Gables / Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables, #1-2)
  • Author: L.M. Montgomery
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  • Page: 248
  • Format: Paperback
  • One Giant Literary Classics volume features the first two installments in the life of spunky heroine Anne Shirley First, the impetuous, red haired orphan meetsand must win the love ofher foster parents at the scenic farmhouse known as Green Gables Her adventures continue as she becomes the new schoolmistress in Avonlea, where she finds new challenges and true love.

    Anne of Green Gables Official Site for the Original Series The outstanding performances in Anne of Green Gables bring to life L.M Montgomery s extraordinary cast of characters From book to screen, Anne of Green Gables continues to capture the hearts and minds of people around the world. Anne of Green Gables Anne of Green Gables , a British radio drama produced and broadcast by BBC Home Service Basic, adapted into four parts by Muriel Levy, and starring Cherry Cottrell as Anne Anne of Green Gables , a recreation of the BBC Radio drama, produced and broadcast by Anne of Green Gables Summary, Characters, Facts Anne of Green Gables, children s novel by Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery, published in The work, a sentimental but charming coming of age story about a spirited and unconventional orphan girl who finds a home with elderly siblings, became a classic of Anne of Green Gables PBS L.M Montgomery s Anne of Green Gables tells the story of Anne Shirley, a precocious young girl taken from an orphanage and placed in the care of the uptight Marilla Cuthbert and her brother, Anne of Green Gables TV Mini Series Anne of Green Gables is a movie that holds a special place in my heart I first saw this with my mother years ago, and it quickly became our favorite movie We must have watched it every time we were together And no matter how many times we watched it, every viewing always seemed like Anne of Green Gables Book Series In Order Anne of Green Gables is the first and most popular novel in a nine book series written by Canadian author L.M Montgomery also known as Lucy Maud Montgomery The series centers around the main character, Anne Shirley, a strong willed, and imaginative orphan girl. Anne of Green Gables series Anne of Green Gables Wiki The Anne of Green Gables series is an eight book series by L M Montgomery, about Anne Shirley, and later her children Centred on Anne for the majority of the series, this eight book collection is prized and loved by many Located in a lovely spot in Prince Edward Island, Canada, the first two Anne with an E TV Series Sam, an year old on the autism spectrum, decides it s time to find a girlfriend, a journey that sets Sam s mom on her own life changing path as her son seeks independence James is and is pretty sure he is a psychopath Alyssa, also , is the cool and moody new girl at school. Prince Edward Island Home of Anne of Green Gables L.M Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables When the novel Anne of Green Gables was first published in , most people could only dream of visiting its magical setting As the book became popular around the world, it s likely that many readers had no idea where Prince Edward Island was. Anne with an E Netflix Official Site Anne s beloved world of Green Gables becomes a much bigger place, with new faces and heartfelt lessons about love, loss and growing up Youth Is the Season of Hope The Cuthberts boarders stir excitement with a question Could there be gold in Avonlea

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      Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author, best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908.The author of the famous Canadian novel Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery, was born at Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Nov 30, 1874 She came to live at Leaskdale, north of Uxbridge Ontario, in 1911 after her wedding with Rev Ewen Macdonald on July 11, 1911 in Prince Edward Island Her three children were born at Leaskdale, and she wrote close to a dozen books while she was living in the Leaskdale Manse before the Macdonald family moved to Norval, Ontario in 1926 Maud died in Toronto April 24, 1942 and was buried at Cavendish, Prince Edward Island.For information, please see enpedia wiki Lucy_Mau

    970 thoughts on “Anne of Green Gables / Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables, #1-2)

    • I read this when I was about ten or eleven, and forgot how much I adored it. I've finally got the whole set of the Anne books, so I sat down to reread this one today. It's easy to read, and charming, and more touching than I'd remembered -- I came over all sniffly a couple of times. And I also had a lot of delighted little giggles.



    • Rating: 4.4A good old children's classic. It was nice to read this after being disappointed with my previous read.While reading this book, I always imagined myself as Marilla, while Anne is my niece and nephew, because like Anne, they talk non-stop. This novel reminds me a lot of Little Prince, where grown-ups, maturity, imagination, friendships and customary practice are the subject matters.


    • I had forgotten how very much I loved Anne Shirley when growing up. Rereading all of her stories has brought back so many memories, and I have fallen in love once again with the girl, Anne. After reading so many not-worth-mentioning, crappy, free, kindle downloaded books, this has been such a refreshing change of pace - well written, poetical, beautiful, and clean; and 'watching' Anne grow-up again is such a pleasure.


    • BEST BOOK EVER!!! And not just for children!!Seriously, why did I wait so long to read this gem? The writing is simply beautiful and the characters believable and "real".


    • I loved this book. Oh what a happy heart warming story of Anne Shirley. I could not stop reading this book. I found this story to be the best that I have read in a long long time. It brought joy to my heart and happiness into my day. This wonderful little girl changes the lives of Matthew and Marilla. Once she arrives at Green Gables there world is filled with endless stories and imaginations from Anne. She grows to become a scholar and makes Matthew And Marilla proud. The funny things Anne does [...]


    • You know when there's been a book in your childhood that you want everyone in your life to read because this is the book that you internalised so much that once you re-read it when your older you actually realise you don't know how much of your personality is your own and how much is a fictional character's?There's something about Anne Shirley, her ideas and her personality that makes her a modern character even years after the novel was written.L.M Montgomery wrote Anne with ample enough imagin [...]


    • Some episodes are laugh-out-loud funny, others are philosophical and poignant. The writing is light and lyrical and only seems dated here and there, but this only adds to the charm. Likewise, some of the attitudes are of their time, but the 'negative' ones are often questioned in this context.Can be read and enjoyed by any age and makes a welcome change to the crash-bang-wallop of most modern books. There is a great sense of magic and poetry brought to the smaller happenings in life and the main [...]


    • I've been listening to the "Anne" books as audiobooks if I'm awake in the night. I don't remember reading them as a child, but have found them delightful as an adult. I love the descriptions of Prince Edward Island - definitely now on my wish list to visit - and have smiled at the varied characters and the troubles Anne experiences. I doubt I'd have selected them to read, but they are perfectly suited to listening in the dark, being both interesting and soporific. Thank you to librivox for suppl [...]


    • (mild spoilers but not enough to mark it so) Anne is who I want to be. I love her optimism, her sunny disposition, and the way she makes her life around her a dream. I love the opportunity readers are given to watch her grow. One of my favourite lines is when Marissa asks why she stopped using big words, and Anne says something like she doesn't feel like she needs them anymore. What a big, inconsequential, yet massive character development! (For full context, you'll have to read the book.) I lov [...]


    • (Rating + review only for Anne of Green Gables, have not yet read Anne of Avonlea.)Best word I can think of for this book is "charming". It really is. The writing is gorgeous, and despite going in with a bit of cynicism and being initially turned off Anne by her incessant yattering, I absolutely fell in love with the characters. (view spoiler)[The ending broke my heart as Matthew was a favourite. ;_; (hide spoiler)]I will have to watch "Anne With An E" (the Netflix adaptation) ASAP.




    • I've been in a childish mood as of late, and I have all these unread children's books so I decided to crack in to them in between chapters of a very long book. Anne (with an E) Shirley is a very interesting character, or as she describes herself a 'Kindred Spirit', she's clearly affected with ADHD, she has a beautiful imagination, brimming with dreams and most of all ready to enjoy life, not in a jaded fashion, but how it should be enjoyed, she loves every tiny fern, every little flower, even pu [...]


    • Marilla and Matthew Curthbert was mistakenly adopted a girl, but they never regret their decision to keep an 11 year old Anne, because she was the best thing that ever happened to Green Gables.Anne Shirley, an outspoken, full of spirits and vivacity orphan girl, who always look for a scope for imagination in everything. In spite of her past circumstances, she still could manage to maintain a pure innocence heart, and became a kindred spirit herself. She could not feel exactly perfectly happy bec [...]


    • Even Canada was a pretty awful place to live a hundred years ago. The Anne series seems to be one of those children's series that cloaks pretty retrograde morals in a progressive coating. (Anne is so outspoken and unwittingly rude! Watch as she still becomes a model student and devout Christian, and accepts the rigid role in life that's thrust upon her without even thinking of complaining.)Still, it's easy to see why the first book, at least, has been popular enough to adapt into movies, TV show [...]


    • **Note**I have only read the first book, and plan to go back and read the sequels later on. I marked it as read for filing purposes** Anne of Green Gables is an overall feel-good book. I just love the timid pace of the book after reading a challenging novel before. There was the perfect sprinkle of light-hearted humor that really reveals the personality of the characters involved. I found myself falling in love with each person, even Josie Pye, I have to admit. The characters developed so reali [...]


    • I read these two stories one after the other in an omnibus book. I wish I'd have read this book sooner because I really enjoyed both stories. Anne was such a great character, and I wish I lived in Avonlea because it's sounds delightful. The writing was beautiful and so descriptive that I felt like I was actually there. Each character is very well-written and even the background characters are very fleshed out, which I really liked because there are so many authors who don't tell you much about t [...]


    • i have loved all of the anne of green gables books, but each of the books in the series has been a favorite at different times of my life. my fav when i was in college was anne of the island. my fav when i was writing nathan on his mission was anne of windy poplars. my fav when i was engaged was rilla of ingleside you get the point. i love anne. i think i am anne. nathan just read this over my shoulder and stated that i must not be anne, because i am not canadian. good point hubs, good point.


    • When a friend of mine gave me this book, i actually expected it to be just normal but to my surprise it was extra ordinary i could not return the book back instead i bought it from my friend.Anne Shirley possesses every of my character traits which people consider to be wicked but i just cant see the spark of imagination among serious minded people i found great comfort in Anne and i would do anything to get the complete series of it.


    • This a book that I first read in 2nd grade and then closely followed y 95% of anything else she wrote. I I have read this so many times its ahrd to count. I adore Anne and Gilbert and love to relieve there romance and Anne's hijinks over and over. I movies are incredible event he third which doesn't follow the books.


    • Read in May,21 2012.God bless Lucy Maud Montgomery, I simply liked her novel so dearly. Anne (spelled with an E) not only gained Marilla and Matthew's hearts, but she had everyone's too. I'm not going to waste another blessed minute and start right now reading the second book Looks so promising.Re-read in May,11 2015.


    • This is the book that my best friend introduced me to when we were 11 years old. we became close friends after because of our love of this book, the character and her antics. and we love Anne's romance with Gilbert Blytheterwards, we became a bonafide Anne addict and read the entire series, until Anne of Ingleside.


    • I love this story. I originally saw the four hour miniseries then ofcourse had to read the book. This is one of those books I recommend to all young girls because it leaves you with a warm feeling inside.


    • A lovely book about a little orphan girl. She is adopted by Matthew an Marilla Cuthbert who rather wanted a boy as a help to Matthew. But Anne soon wins their hearts with her wit and incurable romantic spirit.I enjoyed every page of the book.


    • Anne of green gables was the better of the 2 stories. I'd give it more like a 3.8. By the end of Anne of Avonlea I was speed reading through some of the more flowery paragraphs. Too much of a good thing maybe.


    • Quite different from the miniseries (which I always loved growing up), but still pretty good. Somehow the miniseries captured some magic I didn't feel as much in these novels, but I think I'll continue reading the series to find it.


    • An absolutely charming series with a story and characters so rich they feel as if they were a part of my childhood. Augmenting this book with the movie starring Megan Fellows and Colleen Dewhurst is the icing on the cake. For years I was in love with Gilbert Blythe.


    • Having seen the series absolutely years ago, I felt it was time to read the actual books! So, I did and I wasn't disappointed either! A very enjoyable book (I bought the two-in-one version) which I will definitely will read again!


    • While I can appreciate the romantic feel of this book. I found the fluffy descriptive passages hard to get through.


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