Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables, #2)



Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables, #2) At Sixteen, Anne Is Grown Upalmost Her Gray Eyes Shine Like Evening Stars, But Her Red Hair Is Still As Peppery As Her Temper In The Years Since She Arrived At Green Gables As A Freckle Faced Orphan, She Has Earned The Love Of The People Of Avonlea And A Reputation For Getting Into Scrapes But When Anne Begins Her Job As The New Schoolteacher, The Real Test Of Her Character Begins Along With Teaching The Three Rs, She Is Learning How Complicated Life Can Be When She Meddles In Someone Else S Romance, Finds Two New Orphans At Green Gables, And Wonders About The Strange Behaviour Of The Very Handsome Gilbert Blythe As Anne Enters Womanhood, Her Adventures Touch The Heart And The Funny Bone.

Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author, best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908.The author of the famous Canadian novel Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery, was born at Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Nov 30, 1874 She came to live at Leaskdale, north of Uxbridge Ontario, in 1911 after her wedding with Rev Ewen Macdonald on July 11, 1911 Lucy Maud Montgomery was a Canadian author, best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908.The author of the famous Canadian novel Anne of Green Gables, Lucy Maud Montgomery, was born at Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Nov 30, 1874 She came to live at Leaskdale, north of Uxbridge Ontario, in 1911 after her wedding with Rev Ewen Macdonald on July 11, 1911 in Prince Edward Island Her three children were born at Leaskdale, and she wrote close to a dozen books while she was living in the Leaskdale Manse before the Macdonald family moved to Norval, Ontario in 1926 Maud died in Toronto April 24, 1942 and was buried at Cavendish, Prince Edward Island.Forinformation, please see

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  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables, #2)
  • L.M. Montgomery
  • English
  • 09 January 2019
  • 0553213148

10 thoughts on “Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables, #2)

  1. Maureen says:

    I LOVE ANNE SO MUCH.This book was a great continuation of her story and I love seeing Anne and her friends start to become adults while still keeping their fantastic personalities Gilbert is also my fave forever especially because he is WAITING FOR HER wit...

  2. Rachel says:

    I wasenchanted by this book the first time I read it More recently, I was put off by the description of the pair of twins Anne and Marilla adopt Davy and Dora.Davy is a handful, asking impossible questions, getting into trouble and so forth Dora is quiet and well behaved Anne and Marilla love Davyby their own words The idea is repeated three or four times Good little Dora is respectable, obedient, predictable and boring she just doesn t need as much attention and direction a I wasenchanted by this book the first time I read it More recently, I was put off by the description of the pair of twins Anne and Marilla adopt Davy and Dora.Davy is a handful, asking impossible questions, getting into trouble and so forth Dora is quiet and well behaved Anne and Marilla love Davyby their own words The idea is repeated three or four times Good little Dora is respectable, obedient, predictable and boring she just doesn t need as much attention and direction as Davy does, and thus is less lovable.I found this idea actually repulsive I kept thinking it would serve Anne and Marilla right if l...

  3. Jessica ❁ ➳ Silverbow ➳ ❁ Rabid Reads says:

    It s almost worse now that Anne and Gilbert are actually friends rubs fist over heart BUT.I will persevere

  4. Melki says:

    Ahhhh This was exactly what I neededthe long soak in a hot tub, the breath of fresh air, the perfect antidote to the hatred and venom spewed by the racist, rabid yam currently running for President Yes, after a week of watching a 70 year old toddler throw daily tantrums, it was so refreshing to pick up this book and escape to a world where you could stumble upon a stranger s house and be invited in for ...

  5. Cait • A Page with a View says:

    3.5 stars The first book is one of my all time favorites and I have no idea why it s taken me so long to get to the sequels I really don t think I had too high of expectations, but am still pretty surprised by how neutral I was about this second one I was mostly just there for Anne s personality, all of the wonderful quotes scattered throughout, and Gilbert Blythe Otherwise, I didn t really care much about all of the random side stories especially with the twins and Miss Lavendar It felt 3.5 stars The first book is one of my all time favorites and I have no idea why it s taken me so long to...

  6. Nicole says:

    In the twilight Anne sauntered down to the Dryad s Bubble and saw Gilbert Blythe coming down through the dusky Haunted Wood She had a sudden realization that Gilbert was a schoolboy no longer And how manly he looked the tall, frank faced fellow, with the clear, straightforward eyes and the broad shoulders Anne thought Gilbert was a very handsome lad, even though he didn t look at all like her ideal man She and Diana had long ago decided what kind of a man they admired and their tastes seeme In the twilight Anne sauntered down to the Dryad s Bubble and saw Gilbert Blythe coming down through the dusky Haunted Wood She had a sudden realization that Gilbert was a schoolboy no longer And how manly he looked the tall, frank faced fellow, with the clear, straightforward eyes and the broad shoulders Anne thought Gilbert was a very handsome lad, even though he didn t look at all like her ideal man She and Diana had long ago decided what kind of a ...

  7. Manybooks says:

    I remember liking L.M Montgomery s Anne of Avonlea immensely when I first read it as a young teenager, and during my recent rereads, I still managed to enjoy most of the story most of the featured episodes as much as I did then, especially the anecdotes about the Avonlea Village Improvement Society AVIS But eventhan the AVIS anecdotes, I have been rather pleasantly surprised at how much I have loved reading about both Paul Irving and Lavendar Lewis two characters to whom I did not r I remember liking L.M Montgomery s Anne of Avonlea immensely when I first read it as a young teenager, and during my recent rereads, I still managed to enjoy most of the story most of the featured episodes as mu...

  8. Evelina | AvalinahsBooks says:

    After the first book about Anne, I was a bit late to read this one That s mostly due to the fact that at first it completely failed to draw me in I felt like it s just filler up to like a third of the book in Where s all the fun Where did Anne s spunkiness go But thankfully, the book picked up, and by the end I can say I enjoyed it almost as much as the first one I ll certainly be reading onI ve decided to give you 5 reasons to read about Anne,so here we go If you want to read this w After the first book about Anne, I was a bit late to read this one That s mostly due to the fact that at first it completely failed to draw me in I felt like it s just filler up to like a third of the book in Where s all the fun Where did Anne s spunkiness go But thankfully, the book picked up, and by the end I can say I enjoyed it almost as much as the first one I ll certainly be reading onI ve decided to give you 5 reasons to read about Anne,so here we go If you want to read this with proper formatting, go ahead and read it here on my blog.The ShenanigansThe funny scrapes Anne gets into is part of the fun in stories about her So at first, as I was reading it, I was so baffled by the fact that Anne grew up a school mistress now, what fun is there even going to be At first it does go like that, but it picks up, andyou ve got Anne traipsing around Green Gables making a fool of herself as always Hilar...

  9. Sam says:

    Anne of Avonlea drinking game Take a drink of your tea soda plum wine every time Anne s grey eyes are mentioned Marilla is sarcastic Paul Irving says you know Paul Iriving refers to his little mother Diana s weight is mentioned Anne or Marilla express their preference for Davy speak unkindly of Dora because she s too good The character of Davy just about ruined this book for me I kind of hated him His sister, Dora, is a sweet, mild mannered, overall good kid And so Davy takes great joy Anne of Avonlea drinking game Take a drink of your tea soda plum wine every time Anne s grey eyes are mentioned Marilla is sarcastic Paul Irving says you know Paul Iriving refers to his little mother Diana s weight is mentioned Anne or Marilla express their preference for Davy speak unkindly of Dora because she s too good The character of Davy just about ruined this book for me I kind of hated him His sister, Dora, is a sweet, mild mannered, overall good kid And so Davy takes great joy in tormenting her endlessly But Anne and Marilla just write this off as him being mischievous, never takin...

  10. Britany says:

    OH Marilla Anne s back She older and wiser andbeautiful than that gangly red headed girl that first came to Avonlea This book walks us through Anne as a older teenager, she s back as a schoolteacher at the local school with difficult pupils, she refuses to rule by corporal punishment, but simply to treat her students with kindness Marilla ends up adopting two twins who are orphaned Dora Davy and little Davy just stole my heart in this story My other favorite was Miss Lavender a OH Marilla Anne s back She older and wiser andbeautiful than that gangly red headed girl that first came to Avonlea This book walks us through Anne as a older teenager, she s back as a schoolteacher at the local school with difficult pupils, she refuses to rule by corporal punishment, but simply to treat her students with kindness Marilla ends up adopting two twins who are orphaned Dora ...

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