Anne of Avonlea - Lucy Maud Montgomery
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  • I think the book is a very nice mix between humor, romance and everyday life

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      This is the second book in the series about Anne Shirley, the first is Anne of Green Gables and covers Anne’s life from she’s 11 until she’s 16. This book covers to the next two years, in which Anne works as a school teacher in the Avonlea

      landscape. You’ll meet many of the characters from the first book again, including Anne’s best friend Diana and Gilbert Blythe, her childhood enemy turned friend.

      There are also many new characters, Marilla adopts the twins of her third cousin. The boy proves to be quite a handful, but both children learn to love Anne.

      In the end of the book, Anne finally goes off to college. Anne has grown up, but she still ends up in trouble, selling the neighbor’s cow instead of her own for example.

      These stories make the tales about everyday ...

      • Anne of Avonlea - Lucy Maud Montgomery
      life in Avonlea funny and entertaining. Davy’s antics are also entertaining, and Anne’s new neighbor Mr.

      Harrington also provides comic relief. and there are several very cute romances.

      I like the one with Miss Lavender and Mr. Irving best, when they meet again after 25 years.


      not too cute, but still touching. Diana’s engagement is more down to earth, it’s more realistic marriage for that time and place.

      Not overly romantic, but a sensible marriage between two hard-working people. I think the book is a very nice mix between humor, romance and everyday life.

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