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By Lucy Maud Montgomery, Scott McKowen, Arthur Pober Ed.D

A century in the past, with the e-book of the vintage ebook Anne of eco-friendly Gables, probably the most beautiful heroines in children’s literature was once born. in fact, fanatics sought after a sequel, and the following it is.When twelve-year-old Anne Shirley got here to Avonlea, she speedy received everyone’s center. Now, she’s 5 years older, virtually a girl, and approximately to embark on a brand new experience: turning into the trainer in her outdated Avonlea tuition. It’s a thrilling 12 months as Anne struggles to win over all her scholars, welcomes new participants to her kin, and feels the 1st stirrings of affection.

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Anne secretly felt more interest in these ten than in those whose possibilities were already fairly well mapped out to her. To be sure, they might be just as commonplace as the rest; but on the other hand there MIGHT be a genius among them. It was a thrilling idea. Sitting by himself at a corner desk was Anthony Pye. He had a dark, sullen little face, and was staring at Anne with a hostile expression in his black eyes. Anne instantly made up her mind that she would win that boy's affection and discomfit the Pyes utterly.

Eliza listened with a frown and Catherine with a smile, as the girls explained their errand. To be sure, whenever Catherine caught Eliza's eye she discarded the smile in guilty confusion; but it crept back the next moment. "If I had money to waste," said Eliza grimly, "I'd burn it up and have the fun of seeing a blaze maybe; but I wouldn't give it to that hall, not a cent. It's no benefit to the settlement . . " "Oh, Eliza, young folks must have some amusement," protested Catherine. "I don't see the necessity.

Perhaps that is true. But there is a good side to it too. The bad things don't always come up to your expectations either . . they nearly always turn out ever so much better than you think. I looked forward to a dreadfully unpleasant experience when I went over to Mr. Harrison's tonight; and instead he was quite kind and I had almost a nice time. I think we're going to be real good friends if we make plenty of allowances for each other, and everything has turned out for the best. But all the same, Marilla, I shall certainly never again sell a cow before making sure to whom she belongs.

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