[Read] ➵ Anne of Green Gables (Anne of Green Gables, #1) By L.M. Montgomery – Furosemidelasix.info

Anne of Green Gables (Anne of Green Gables, #1) 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.



10 thoughts on “Anne of Green Gables (Anne of Green Gables, #1)

  1. says:

    I don t often give books five stars and as I neared the end of this book, I gave some thought to how many stars this book deserved I ve read the Anne of Green Gables series once before over twenty years ago In spite of the amount of time that has elapsed, I clearly recall reading the last book in the series very slowly and thinking


  2. says:

    Dear old world, she murmured, you are very lovely and I am glad to be alive in you This quote really accurately depicts how Anne lives her life and what makes you love her as a character She s stubborn and makes mistakes, but she also has a huge imagination and sees the world as beautiful and full of possibilities.I loved this SO much a


  3. says:

    4.5 starsAnne, my lovely, I feel restoredMarilla Anne sat down on Marilla s gingham lap, took Marilla s lined face between her hands, and looked gravely and tenderly into Marilla s eyes I m not a bit changed not really I m only just pruned down and branched out The real meback here is just the same It won t make a bit of difference where I g


  4. says:

    I never read Anne s story when I was younger, so when I heard that Rachel McAdams was narrating the first in the series I knew I had to give it a go I m a sucker for a celebrity narrated audiobook if you haven t checked out Maggie Gyllenhaal s reading of The Bell Jar, do that now.It s wonderful to read a story that, for the most part, is extremel


  5. says:

    I m so glad I ve finally read this book I started reading it as a young girl, and got distracted by the 10 other books I was reading at the time and never finished itAnyhow, it was such a fun read, and I m sure I ll read it again someday


  6. says:

    Never have I ever relatedto a fictional character than Anne This is just the most adorable, heartwarming book ever and I honestly don t think I ever read it before this week I have the movies practically memorized and they follow the books perfectly, so there was nothing terribly new in this story The only obvious difference was that Gilbert isn t in the b


  7. says:

    This story is cute, touching, heart warming, tear jerking In other words, a classic The target audience is definitely not me I would say it would be perfect for a teenage girl living in Canada in the early 1900s That makes sense, because that is exactly what Anne is However, the point of this obvious detail is that sometimes it is fun to read a classic and try


  8. says:

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend.Eleven year old Anne Shirley is an orphan girl in need of a family She may be scrawny and freckled with red hair but she s also loving and bright with imagination When she s mistakenly sent to Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, elderly siblings who plan to adopt a young boy to help a


  9. says:

    Finally Full review written December 17th, 2013 and edited the 19th 5 beautiful Kindred Spirits stars SighsAnne of Green Gables and her crazy doings will forever stay in my heart 3 Can there be such a crazy, beautiful, kindred spirit soul as Anne No, I do not think so there are two exceptions Miranda Cheever and Penelope D This precious book is the first out of the many


  10. says:

    Book Review3 of 5 stars to Anne of Green Gables, the first book in a series by L.M Montgomery, written in 1902 I read this book nearly 30 years ago and had to refresh my memory a little, before writing the review I d forgotten it was part of a whole series I readthan one, but not sure which other ones I recall this first one a tale about an orphan girl, acclimating to a new f


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