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Anne of Green Gables
Everyone's favorite redhead, the spunky Anne Shirley, begins her adventures at Green Gables, a farm outside Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. When the freckled girl realizes that the elderly Cuthberts wanted to adopt a boy instead, she begins to try to win them and, consequently, the reader, over.
Anne is a lovable character, with her romantic imaginings and her need to be loved. The book is very sweet, fun and sometimes thrilling. I highly recomend it.
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery
The Cuthberts, a sister and a brother, decides to adopt a boy but surprisingly gets a girl by the name of Anne Shirley. Now she has to impress her adopters and all the residents in Avonlea if she is to stay at Green Gables.
Join the journey of Anne Shirley with comedies, tragedies and romance. A bit of an old classic but an interesting book and I recommend this to happy readers who like a bit of poetry and are good readers so they can understand it.
This is a great book by L.M. Montgomery, It has intresting words and at some times can be very funny. Its about a girl who has to split up with her friend and goes through very hard times. My favourite scene in this book would have to be when she saves her x-best Friends Daugter and they become best friends again.
To be Honest, This book is probaly for older readers, so they get the meaning of this book. this book is quite an old book but It still is really intresting.
A Reccommend this book to whoever likes funny and at the same time sad, stories.
When the Cuthbert's decide to adopt a young boy to help Matthew on the farm, they didn't think their whole worlds would change forever. instead of a boy, a girl, by the name of Anne Shirley, arrives. The Cuthbert's decide to keep Anne, but with strict rules from Marilla. And with those strict rules comes harsh punishments.
When they enroll Anne into the local school, Anne meets friends and makes enemies. Without meaning to Anne always manages to get herself into mischief. Diana Barry, her loyal best friend, helps her along the way, and others, such as Gilbert Blythe, find themselves being rudely ignored.
Snapping slates over heads, dying her hair green and breaking her ankle are all part of the fun in Avonlea, though not always to Anne's carers, siblings Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert.
The first novel in the 'Anne' series, this wonderfully written, emotional and hilarious read will excite readers of all ages!