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Anne of Avonlea by L.M. Montgomery
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May 30, 2011

it was amazing

I don’t think I could ever pick a favorite book from this series. This novel, because it picks up right where the last left off, is just as enjoyable and beautiful as “Green Gables.” It’s hard to believe Anne is only 16 – she seems so much more mature than every other 16 year old I know. Not that this is surprising. But as mature as her roles may be – surrogate mother, school teacher, and leader of the improvement society – she is still the timeless Anne Shirley. Her “scrapes” are just as hilarious and embarrassing, her imagination still overflows in ways I can only dream of achieving, and her heart still pours out love for everyone and aspires for greatness. Davy and Dora and Paul all provide a portrait of parts of Anne from days gone by and allow a lovely opportunity for her to see herself.

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