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Anne Of Avonlea

by L. Montgomery

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From Library Journal
This duo continue the adventures of Anne Shirley begun in Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables. Avonlea (1909) finds her at 16 taking on a job as a school teacher, while in Island (1915), a slightly older Anne moves on to college to continue her own education. Along with the full text, these editions also include scholarly essays. These budget hardcovers are for all fiction collections.
Copyright 1994 Reed Business Information, Inc.

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The famous red-haired orphan, ANNE OF GREEN GABLES is back, grown up and ready to start her first teaching job at the village school. Her best friend, her adopted mother, and her neighbor all share in her spirited adventures. Liza Ross sounds whiny as the eccentric Mr. Harrison, but she does well with most of the other parts. However, the listener may find it difficult to distinguish between Harrison's voice and that of Anne's adoptive mother. Anne's energy and verve project well, as does her mother's reserve and aloofness. Rapid violin music denotes chapter breaks. Timeless and sweet, this is a keeper. A.G.H. © AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine

This first sequel to Anne of Green Gables has our heroine beginning her new role a a full-fledged schoolma'am, while Marilla surprises everyone by adopting twins. Join Anne and her friends as they encounter accidents and adventures, scandal and romance, and at last, a wedding.

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The spirited redhead returns in this heartwarming sequel to Anne of Green Gables. Now she's the schoolma'am in the same place where she was a student, and not much older than her pupils. Anne's determination provides the same "scope for imagination" that made this book's predecessor a treasure for young readers.



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