Anne of Green Gables

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Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing, Sep 1, 2001 - Fiction - 480 pages
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When Anne Shirley arrives at Green Gables farm on Prince Edward Island, she surprises everyone: first of all, she is a girl. Marilla Cuthbert and her brother, Matthew, had specifically asked for an orphan boy. She has bright red hair that won't manage and a mouth that won't shut. Nothing will ever be the same at Green Gables!

A favorite story of generations of girls ever since it was first published in 1908, Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic story of one girl's profound effect on a small Canadian community has stayed in print for nearly one hundred years and has been made into a popular TV series and even a musical.

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The story is about a girl Anne with red hair. She was adopted by old brothers who are Marilla and Matthew.And she had a very good time in Green Gables. Also,She likes to image something. For example, she absorded to make tales with her friends in school. Read full review

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Oh... I wouldn't say it's "sad" to see Anne grown up. It does give you a sense of nostalgia, comparing Anne Blythe to little Anne Shirley, but it isn't exactly sad, to me. It's life, and Anne moves ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Dr. Collett Tracey teaches Canadian literature at Carleton University. She brings her interest in Canadian modernism and women's writing to her introduction.

Lucy Maud Montgomery was born in Clifton (now New London), Prince Edward Island on November 30, 1874. Raised by her maternal grandparents, she attended Prince of Wales College in Charlottetown and obtained her teaching certificate. She later studied literature at Dalhousie University in Halifax. She eventually married Ewan Macdonald, a Presbyterian minister, and had 3 sons with him. She published 12 books in total and died in Toronto in 1942.

Katherine Paterson was born in China, where she spent pa

Katherine Paterson was born in China, where she spent part of her childhood. After her education in China and the Amrt of her childhood. After her education in China and the American South, she spent four years in Japan, the setting forerican South, she spent four years in Japan, the setting for her first three novels. Ms. Paterson has received numerous her first three novels. Ms. Paterson has received numerous awards for her writing, including National Book Awards for "awards for her writing, including National Book Awards for "The Master Puppeteer" and "The Great Gilly Hopkins", as wellThe Master Puppeteer" and "The Great Gilly Hopkins", as well as Newbery Medals for "Jacob Have I Loved" and "Bridge to T as Newbery Medals for "Jacob Have I Loved" and "Bridge to Terabithia". Ms. Paterson lives with her husband in Vermont. erabithia". Ms. Paterson lives with her husband in Vermont. They have four grown children. They have four grown children.