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Anne of Green Gables

Anne of Green Gables - L.M. Montgomery, Jennifer Lee Carrell Ann of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery is a Novel that I had never read as a child and so I decided I would read it as an adult.

What a wonderful funny and imaginative book and I wish I had read this as a nine or ten your old girl, I would defiantly have wanted Anne as My Very Best Friend. She could actually be my “ kindred Spirit”.

The most wonderful thing about reading is that no matter what age you can go back and read books that as a child you missed out on and relive your childhood all over again.

I loved the characters of this book, I loved the flowery language and the wonderfully descriptive passages. This is a total escapism book I think it teaches Children wonderful basic life lessons.

A back to basics book for children that will fuel their imaginations.