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Lucy Maud Montgomery

Anne Of Avonlea

Following 'Anne of Green Gables,' this book covers the second chapter in the life of Anne Shirley. This book follows Anne during the two years that she teaches at Avonlea school. It includes many of the characters from Anne of Green Gables, as well as new ones like Mr. Harrison, Miss Lavendar Lewis, Paul Irving, and the twins Dora and Davy.
306 printed pages
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  • Katy Holtappshared an impression8 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Better than the novel I'm reading now. Makes me want to dream up stuff like Anne

  • Sariga Chellisseryshared an impression7 years ago
    🎯Worthwhile
    🐼Fluffy

    Beautiful story so unlike of modern Life depression, mental issues, high unachievable dreams
    The difficulties of reality so underplayed.

    I wish I had poetry in my life and mind like Anne does.

  • Diah Alhazenshared an impression4 years ago
    👍Worth reading
    🎯Worthwhile
    🚀Unputdownable
    💧Soppy

    I'm learning english through this novel. The first one is exquisite and this second is so splendid. After watching the movie I realize I must read the book and here I am in awe of the story and personality of Anne.

Quotes

  • Andy Hidalgohas quoted4 years ago
    “After all,” Anne had said to Marilla once, “I believe the nicest and sweetest days are not those on which anything very splendid or wonderful or exciting happens but just those that bring simple little pleasures, following one another softly, like pearls slipping off a string.”
  • syafiqahwithaQhas quoted5 years ago
    For a moment Anne’s heart fluttered queerly and for the first time her eyes faltered under Gilbert’s gaze and a rosy flush stained the paleness of her face. It was as if a veil that had hung before her inner consciousness had been lifted, giving to her view a revelation of unsuspected feelings and realities.
  • b5024816769has quoted10 days ago
    keep him in after school and talk kindly and firmly to him,” said Anne. “There is some good in every person if you can find it. It is a teacher’s duty to find and develop it. That is what our School Management professor at Queen’s told us, you know. Do you suppose you could find any good in a child by whipping him? It’s far more important to influence the children aright than it is even to teach them the three R’s, Professor Rennie says.”

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