By Lucy Maud Montgomery, Scott McKowen, Arthur Pober Ed.D

A century in the past, with the booklet of the vintage ebook Anne of eco-friendly Gables, probably the most beautiful heroines in children’s literature was once born. after all, fanatics sought after a sequel, and right here it is.When twelve-year-old Anne Shirley got here to Avonlea, she speedy received everyone’s middle. Now, she’s 5 years older, virtually a lady, and approximately to embark on a brand new experience: turning into the instructor in her outdated Avonlea tuition. It’s an exhilarating 12 months as Anne struggles to win over all her scholars, welcomes new individuals to her relations, and feels the 1st stirrings of affection.

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It was YOUR cow I had sold to Mr. " "Bless my soul," exclaimed Mr. Harrison, in blank amazement at this unlooked-for conclusion. " "Oh, it isn't in the least extraordinary that I should be getting myself and other people into scrapes," said Anne mournfully. "I'm noted for that. You might suppose I'd have grown out of it by this time . . I'll be seventeen next March . . but it seems that I haven't. Mr. Harrison, is it too much to hope that you'll forgive me? I'm afraid it's too late to get your cow back, but here is the money for her .

Before she could decide there was a click of heels and a silken swish on the porch floor, and Anne found herself confronted by a lady whose appearance made her recall a recent criticism of Mr. Harrison's on an overdressed female he had seen in a Charlottetown store. " The newcomer was gorgeously arrayed in a pale blue summer silk, puffed, frilled, and shirred wherever puff, frill, or shirring could possibly be placed. Her head was surmounted by a huge white chiffon hat, bedecked with three long but rather stringy ostrich feathers.

And use it for my naps. I'd be certain to dream I was a dryad or a woodnymph then. " "It's a lovely day but we have anything but a lovely task before us," sighed Diana. "Why on earth did you offer to canvass this road, Anne? Almost all the cranks in Avonlea live along it, and we'll probably be treated as if we were begging for ourselves. " "That is why I chose it. Of course Gilbert and Fred would have taken this road if we had asked them. , since I was the first to suggest it, and it seems to me that I ought to do the most disagreeable things.

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