Anne of Green Gables
Junior Classics for Young Readers ~ Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. Help a young reader strengthen reading skills with this lovely book! Once you read about Anne Shirley, the orphan girl of Green Gables, you will never forget her - and her many mishaps, dreams, and joys. Anne of Green... show more
Junior Classics for Young Readers ~ Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery. Help a young reader strengthen reading skills with this lovely book! Once you read about Anne Shirley, the orphan girl of Green Gables, you will never forget her - and her many mishaps, dreams, and joys. Anne of Green Gables is warm and funny - a classic tale about growing up, finding a home, and finding yourself. It's an essential part of every young reader's library.
Publish date: September 1st 1984
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Classic Starts
This is a book that I never thought I would actually read. I thought the time to read it had passed me by. But it's on the NPR list I'm reading my way through, so I finally picked it up and was very pleasantly surprised. I really enjoyed the book and love Anne as a character. The book is fun, funny ...
This series was one of my childhood favorites, and lately, I've seen it making the blogging rounds and had a need to reread it.I'm so glad I did!I flew through it, yet, I savored it. It took me back to my own adolescence when my love for Green Gables first came about. I love it as much today as I di...
Lexile Level: 760 L This classic coming of age story by L.M. Montgomery tells the story of an orphan named Anne with a strong personality and a huge imagination. Anne stands out from her peers because of her uncontrollable imagination and her expansive vocabulary. Anne makes a great role model fo...
Hello hello everyone and how are you all?! I am doing so great! I know I haven't been back for quiet some time and there is no excuse. But, I am back and I'm excited to be back. So, for today as you can see I am going to be doing another review and that is Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery and...
Wprawdzie ze względu na sentyment jestem bardzo przywiązana do starego tłumaczenia Bernsteinowej, niemniej przyznać muszę, że to, Agnieszki Kuc jest chyba obiektywnie najlepsze. Jeśli chodzi o tłumaczenie i recepcję Ani w Polsce warto na pewno przeczytać tekst Piotra Oczki z Tekstów Drugich (numer5/...