Anne of Avonlea

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L. C. Page, 1909 - Adopted children - 367 pages
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In the first sequel to Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Montgomery
 

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After hearing much about this project by Google -- I finally got around to seeing one. I have to say, I was surprised at the poor quality control of this edition. The hand on the third page, for example! Even a quick search shows poor attention to detail -- like on page 327. I don't know if this is representative of the whole project but, if it is, I hope Google increases quality control.  

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Annes first teaching job in Avonlea. Read full review

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