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This is a fantastic classic that kept my children and I engaged throughout the entire book. The beautiful way Lucy Maud Montgomery sows this story with every character have both strengths and weaknesses makes you glad to have people around you about and makes saying simple statements like "I love you" so much more than just words. I truly believe that this book alters an individual's view for the better. 

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such a great character

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Anne Shirley - mind the E in Anne, it must be included, for this book is Excellent.

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I LOVE THIS BOOK!! It is a great book for kids.

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Love this book love love every person should read this book it a beautiful story old classic

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Anne and Matthew, how we love thee. This little redhead is one of the most beloved characters in literature, and for good reason. The way her imagination takes her away and won't stop talking and gets in big trouble will be very relatable to young students who often get into trouble for talking too much or daydreaming. The experiences she has throughout her childhood as she grows into a respected, intelligent young woman are so exciting and vividly described by the author. 

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Anne of Green Gables is a fascinating and engaging book about a girl named Anne who has an active imagination, is extremely talkative, and really stubborn. Anne was an orphan who was adopted by Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert. She used her imagination in many scenarios. For example, Marilla lost her brooch and she automatically blamed Anne because she was the only one in the house. Anne kept telling Marilla that she hadn’t taken the brooch, but Marilla just became furious and locked Anne in her room. The next morning, Anne used her imagination to come up with a story of how she lost the brooch. She said she tried on the brooch and took a walk through the whole neighborhood so everyone could see her with the brooch. When Anne stopped by the lake, she looked down into the water to see her reflection and the brooch fell off into the lake. Another quality of Anne’s is that she is extremely talkative. She is very curious and enjoys talking about herself. For instance, Anne was excited to meet a new friend and when she met Diana, she couldn’t stop talking about her. Anne may be an obedient daughter, however, she can be stubborn at times. Anne hates her bright red hair and when a boy named Gilbert tugged on one of her braids and called her carrots, She stood up during class and yelled at him. Anne was so enraged at Gilbert that no matter how many times he apologized to her, she wouldn’t forgive him. In the end, Anne grew up to be a great teacher. Anne had many situations but in the end she comes to a solution and learns some valuable life lessons. Anne of Green Gables is a wonderful book that teaches readers to believe in yourself and not to let others put you down. This is Erica from the Piano Keys.  

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Nice story and book. WHERE ARE THE ILLUSTRATIONS?

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Anne of Green Gables
What an excellent book. A classic all should enjoy. I love Anne and all the great morals to life this book shares.

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