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eBook Anne Of Green Gables ePub

by L.M. Montgomery

  • ISBN: 0736641505
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: L.M. Montgomery
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Books on Tape, Inc. (April 16, 1998)
  • ePub book: 1210 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1189 kb
  • Other: lit mbr azw rtf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 820

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Anne of green gables. By Lucy Maud Montgomery.

Anne of green gables. CHAPTER I Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Surprised CHAPTER II Matthew Cuthbert Is Surprised CHAPTER III Marilla Cuthbert Is Surprised CHAPTER IV Morning at Green Gables CHAPTER V Anne's History CHAPTER VI Marilla Makes Up Her Mind CHAPTER VII Anne Says Her Prayers CHAPTER VIII Anne's Bringing-Up Is Begun CHAPTER IX Mrs. Rachel Lynde Is Properly Horrified CHAPTER X Anne's. Green Gables was built at the furthestedge of his cleared land and there it was to this day, barely visiblefrom the main road along which all the other Avonlea houses were sosociably situated.

But of courseI'd rather be Anne of Green Gables sewing patchwork than Anne of anyother place with nothing to do but play. I wish time went as quicksewing patches as it does when I'm playing with Diana, though. Oh, wedo have such elegant times, Marilla

But of courseI'd rather be Anne of Green Gables sewing patchwork than Anne of anyother place with nothing to do but play. Oh, wedo have such elegant times, Marilla. I have to furnish most of theimagination, but I'm well able to do that. Diana is simply perfect inevery other way. You know that little piece of land across the brookthat runs up between our farm and Mr. Barry's.

Anne of Green Gables Gold Collection: All books from . Anne of Green Gables and The Story Girl by. . Montgomery and more by. Montgomery, Mogul Books.

Their farmhouse, Green Gables, was just outside the little village of Avonlea. When they arrived at Green Gables, Marilla came to the door to meet them. But when she saw the little girl, she cried in surprise, Matthew, who’s that? Where’s the boy?

Their farmhouse, Green Gables, was just outside the little village of Avonlea. Matthew was nearly sixty and had a long brown beard. His sister was five years younger. But when she saw the little girl, she cried in surprise, Matthew, who’s that? Where’s the boy?

Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables is a Canadian television film based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's novel of the same name.

Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables is a Canadian television film based on Lucy Maud Montgomery's novel of the same name. It first aired on YTV on February 15, 2016 and starred Ella Ballentine, Martin Sheen and Sara Botsford. Montgomery's granddaughter, Kate Macdonald Butler, was one of the film's executive producers. The film's world premiere was held February 2, 2016 at the Canadian Museum of History.

I LOVED Anne of Green Gables as a child and own the complete hard copy of the Anne series. What a steal!) and felt I had to get the digital copy for my kindle at once. As soon as the product was delivered to my device, I began to read it since it's been years since I've visited the darling world that . Montgomery created. I was very surprised to find that I kept tripping on certain sentences; the writing didn't seem as smooth as I remembered.

Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author, best known for writing the Anne of Green Gables series. Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on November 30, 1874, in Clifton (now New London), Prince Edward Island to Clara Woolner Macneill and Hugh John Montgomery.

Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942), the author of the classic novel for children, Anne of Green Gables, kept extensive journals for most of her life, beginning them in 1889 when she was fourteen and continuing them until shortly before her death. The much a. The Alpine Path: The Story of My Career. The Alpine Path is an autobiography of Lucy Maud Montgomery.

Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert, middle-aged brother and sister, decide to adopt an orphan boy to help with farm chores on their remote Prince Edward Island homestead in turn-of-the-century Canada. Anne Shirley, eleven years old, is the redheaded girl sent by mistake from the orphanage. While initially the Cuthberts are dismayed, thinking a girl will be no use at all, they soon fall in love with the talkative, mischievous Anne - and she with them. One look at their snug white farmhouse and Anne knows she wants to stay forever. And the longer Anne stays, the harder it is for anyone to imagine Green Gables without her. A bestseller from the moment it was published over three-quarters of a century ago, ANNE OF GREEN GABLES has allowed generations of children to grow up right along with Anne.

"The sweetest creation of child life yet written." (Mark Twain)

Comments

Loni Loni
Anne of Green Gables is a wonderful classic story and it gets 5 stars. This particular printing, however, is completely unacceptable. It's as if someone typed it into a document, and printed it off--no page numbers, not titled at the top of each page, the lines don't even break properly (see photo). Purchased as a gift, thankfully with enough time to purchase a better quality copy--probably for less money! A disgrace to the publishing community.
Bine Bine
I LOVED Anne of Green Gables as a child and own the complete hard copy of the Anne series. Initially, I was delighted to find this collection of books written by one of my all time favorite authors for only $0.99 (kindle price. What a steal!) and felt I had to get the digital copy for my kindle at once. As soon as the product was delivered to my device, I began to read it since it's been years since I've visited the darling world that L.M Montgomery created.

I was very surprised to find that I kept tripping on certain sentences; the writing didn't seem as smooth as I remembered. When I got to chapter 6, I decided to compare a sentence in the digital print to my old, yellowing physical copy of Anne of Green Gables book. I realized why I had some difficulty reading my new digital copy: THERE ARE TYPOS IN THIS PRODUCT.

It contains the WORST kinds of typos. There are typos in which it results in sentences that don't make sense. There are typos with the wrong pronouns in them that make it confusing for the reader to understand which character the publisher meant to write about. I am able to follow the story because I've read Anne of Green Gables more than once with my hard copy but for new readers, these typos will make this beautiful story difficult to read and at times, understand.

I hope the digital copy can be fixed so that owners can enjoy L.M. Montgomery's work as it was meant to be enjoyed. I have given this two stars instead of one because of the fabulous price for kindle readers.
Tantil Tantil
BUYER BEWARE! The version published by "CreateSpace" is slapdash print-on-demand garbage. I hoped an illustrated version would be good for a child, but I returned it on first inspection. Nowhere could I find evidence of thought or effort in layout to justify any price. Illustrations are small, extremely infrequent, and essentially worthless. Some shameless soul has simply taken LM Montgomery's text, which, as it is in the public domain, is freely available to anyone, and tried to make money selling it. Interested readers would be advised to download a free ebook or pay for a handsomer edition, such as the Puffin In Bloom version. We went with the Puffin in Bloom version and are much more satisfied.
Kare Kare
This is a great book, but buying this edition which Marco Pedulla purports to have translated constitutes buying stolen property.

The book was written in Englilsh, so Pedulla has translated nothing. What he has done has taken material free in the public domain and offered it on Amazon.

Amazon should NOT support theft.
you secret you secret
This review is of the kindle version of Anne: The Green Gables Complete Collection and does not reflect on the L.M. Montgomery text. The Anne books have always been favorites of mine.
Buy the book, but get another edition!
First issue: Really random pics grabbed from some art history textbook do not qualify as illustrations. They are more distracting than I would have imagined. Why didn't they leave the totally unrelated images out?
Second issue: This is some new definition of complete that I am unacquainted with. This is Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Avonlea only. None of the later books are included.
False advertising. A text I am being pulled out of by unnecessary distractions. There have to be better options. I am going in search of one.
Uttegirazu Uttegirazu
Two years ago I would have bet a bazillion dollars I would never read a "girls" book. But at 71 years of age I found myself in a house full of books only one of which I had not read. I am terrribly addicted to reading so, in desperation, I started "Anne of Green Gables". It is a marvelous book with a main character I wish I could meet every day in real life. Again to feed my addiction I bought the "Anne of Green Gables" series. Each book was a delight and I soon forgot that they were "girls" books. Maud created a character we all need in our life. She turns the mundane magical and believable. Reading them all in nearly a continous setting makes Anne "wearying" to quote Marilla since unbounded child-like wonder is hard to maintain. I wish I had read these books decades ago so Anne could have helped me through some less than happy times.