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Anne of Avonlea by L.M. Montgomery
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Jun 24, 09

bookshelves: 1900s, canada, classics, coming-of-age, edwardian, young-adult, teachers, romance, female-relationships, k-6, orphans
Read in April, 2009, read count: Many

Another favorite - see my review for AofGG for the feelings this evokes in me. Perhaps the first book will always be the most sparkling and comforting, but I love Anne's development into an adult. Her ability to recognize and laugh at herself and her past as she helps raise orphaned twins with Marilla is great to read, and the buds of romance with Gilbert were just as completely satisfying for me today as they were for the little romance-obsessed 8 year old who first encountered Anne.

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