Annotations for Anne of Green Gables


Baker & Taylor
A young orphan struggles to adjust to the new experience of a permanent home on Prince Edward Island

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Baker & Taylor
Anne, an eleven-year-old orphan, is sent by mistake to live with a lonely, middle-aged brother and sister on a Prince Edward Island farm and proceeds to make an indelible impression on everyone around her.

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Tyndale
Presented in their complete text and updated for easier reading, each story in theGreat Stories Collection is truly unique. Each has been rigorously critiqued and selected for the quality of its Christian content, the value in its message, and its ability to bring and bind a family together. In-depth introductions detail both the authors and the times in which they lived. Many books feature original woodcut illustrations. Complete with thought-provoking questions, these books are keepsakes to be treasured for years to come. Perfect additions to the adult fiction section.

Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables has all the elements of a great story-and then some! When Matthew Cuthbert goes to the train station to fetch the boy he and his sister, Marilla, have requested from an orphanage, he discovers that a terrible mistake has been made. A girl has been sent instead! Not having the heart to disappoint her, he agrees to take Anne home to Avonlea . . . where she walks into their home and into their hearts. Filled with warmth, wonder, and the innocence of childhood, it's a delightful tale for readers of all ages!

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