Anne Of Green Gables 100th Anniversary Edition by L M MontgomeryAnne Of Green Gables 100th Anniversary Edition by L M Montgomery

Anne Of Green Gables 100th Anniversary Edition

byL M Montgomery

Hardcover | February 5, 2008

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Since its publication in 1908, Anne of Green Gables has become one of the most-read and best-loved stories in the world. In print for almost 100 years, this Canadian classic has been translated into over 20 languages and has sold approximately 50 million copies worldwide. As inspiring today as it was in 1908, Anne of Green Gables remains a testament to the powers of hope, friendship, and imagination. This official 100th anniversary edition is authorized by the heirs of L.M. Montgomery and contains an Introduction by two of Montgomery’s grandchildren.
Lucy Maud Montgomery was born in Clifton (now New London), Prince Edward Island, in 1874. After the death of her mother in 1876, Montgomery was raised by her maternal grandparents in the nearby community of Cavendish. She received a teaching certificate in 1894, and studied literature at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, in...
Title:Anne Of Green Gables 100th Anniversary EditionFormat:HardcoverDimensions:320 pages, 8.04 × 5.36 × 1.05 inPublished:February 5, 2008Publisher:Penguin CanadaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0670067806

ISBN - 13:9780670067800

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Charming Keepsake This edition published to celebrate the 100th anniversary of its original publication is a charming keepsake and makes a wonderful gift for any Anne fan. This is a children's classic that never grows old, and although the story was written for children, it is written to be enjoyed at any age. A truly wonderful and charming book.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from excellent This was an excellent book to read. I saw the movie many years ago, and after reading the book i fell in love with the story again. I highly recommend it .
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Book I read this book for a university course, and I was surprised by the book. I did not expect to enjoy it but ended up enjoying it quite a bit. I actually found that I could not put it down. There are so many themes and issues covered in the book. Like Matthew in the book, I found I fell in love with Anne and as Anne grew I was challenged to growth. The themes in the book that grabbed me most were: Importance of Trees Importance of Naming Death of hope Prayers Tears of healing Belonging Dreams Alice in Wonderland References (Moral Duchess) Looking Glass Friend Sacred Memories Self Naming “Anne of GG” Desire to Fit In Friendship Time Kindred Spirits Anne being “All Spirit, Fire and Dew.” Etiquette This book was so good that even though I only needed to read it for the course I ended up reading a few of the other books in the series.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Discovering a Classic Everyone knows the story of Anne of Green Gables: A plucky orphan girl who comes to Prince Edward Island after being adopted by the stern but loving Marilla and her brother Mathew Cuthbert. Anne is eleven when she comes to Prince Edward Island to be adopted. Mathew Cuthbert, having driven most of the day to the train station to pick up a boy they wanted to adopt, is shocked to find a red haired, freckled girl waiting for him instead. Not wanting to crush the girl's tender spirit by telling her she is not wanted, Mathew takes her home and hopes that Marilla will tell her instead. But, things do not go according to plan. Despite plans to send Anne back and get the boy they wanted to replace her, they decide to let Anne stay if she is willing to prove herself. Thus begins one of the most beloved novels of all time. It is indeed beloved the world over and has been translated into several languages and has never once been out of print since its initial publication in January of 1908. Having been a long time fan of the movies starring Megan Follows, I had never had the pleasure of reading the actual book. I thought I knew all there was to know about Anne Shirley and her story. Thankfully, I was very wrong indeed. While looking for something to read in a local bookstore, I saw a display that intrigued me. Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Anne of Green Gables, the display held copies of two books: Before Green Gables by Budge Wilson, an authorized prequel and a collector's edition of Anne of Green Gables. I bought the two books immediately. In them, I knew I would find a piece of the childhood that I hadn't been able to have, that I hadn't experienced. I knew that inside those pages, I would be able to discover something wonderful. I read Anne of Green Gables first and I wasn't disappointed. The collector's edition is a facsimile of the book from when it was first published in 1908 complete with original spelling mistakes and punctuation errors. However, I never saw the errors. All I was able to do was lose myself in the wonderful, amazing story of Anne of Green Gables. What makes the story so magical I think is it's wonder, it's abundant joy. Anne is a remarkable protagonist and from the moment we meet her, we feel for her, ache for her. She is real. I think that Anne is the child within all of us. As I read Anne of Green Gables (and Before Green Gables) I fell more deeply in love with Anne. She is the embodiment of joy and is just as lovable today as she was one hundred years ago. When Lucy Maud Montgomery penned Anne of Green Gables, I don't think even she knew how well the book would do, how much people would grow to love it. I doubt she knew that it would be read by generation after generation for a hundred years. For me, Anne of Green Gables was sheer delight and pure magic. As I read her story I was transported to another time, another place. As fresh today as it was a hundred years ago, Anne of Green Gables is a literary treat and perhaps the most enjoyable book I have read in years. I know that I will be reading Anne's story again and again in the years to come. For every time I open the book, Anne's spirit comes alive.
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