Anne of the Island
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Anne of the Island  -     By: L.M. Montgomery

Anne of the Island

Dover Publications / 2017 / Paperback

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In Anne of the Island, by L.M. Montgomery, the time has finally arrived for Anne to leave Green Gables in order to attend Redmond College, where romance and adventure await. Adulthood brings many challenges both happy and sad, but everyone's favorite redhead faces them all in her own charming way.

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Title: Anne of the Island
By: L.M. Montgomery
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 304
Vendor: Dover Publications
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.00 (inches)
Weight: 8 ounces
ISBN: 0486814270
ISBN-13: 9780486814278
Ages: 8-14
Series: Dover Evergreen Classics
Stock No: WW814278

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The impulsive, irrepressible heroine of Anne of Green Gables returns in this third book of the popular series. After two years as the local schoolmarm, Anne's ready for college. Although it's hard to venture away from Prince Edward Island, an exciting world awaits in Nova Scotia, promising the thrills of study and scholarship, adventures with friends old and new, and a dash of romance and heartbreak.
Anne's not alone on her journey; Gilbert Blythe, a childhood friend who is in love with Anne, is going to Redmond College, too. Other kindred spirits await on campus, including funny, forthright Philippa Gordon, who shares a darling cottage with Anne and two other chums, their sassy housekeeper, and a spirited stray cat. Four eventful years find Anne writing a prize-winning story, struggling to pay for her education—and perhaps meeting the man of her dreams. She also discovers the true nature of love. 

Author Bio

Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874–1942) was a native of Prince Edward Island, the setting for her Anne of Green Gables novels. Montgomery wrote 20 books and more than 500 short stories, the most famous of which starred the spirited Anne, praised by Mark Twain as "the dearest and most moving and delightful child since the immortal Alice."

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