#EmptyShelf 2016 #46-51: Anne of Green Gables by L.M.Montgomery

I’ve kept a handful of my classic books from childhood, and the Anne of Green Gables series is one I have read for a while, so whilst on leave I started re-reading them all, and last week finished the final one.

  1. Anne of Green Gables
  2. Anne of Avonlea
  3. Anne of the Island
  4. Anne of Windy Willows
  5. Anne’s House of Dreams
  6. Anne of Ingleside

Next step will be the Emily of New Moon, and I’ve been told there are others I’ve not read! And at some point I am determined to visit Prince Edward Island to see (the fictional) home of Anne (if I can go and see Juliet’s fictional home in Verona, why not…)

There’s quite a lot of interesting extra information on Wikipedia about Anne of Green Gables – I always like a bit of back story!

And this bit from the first novel made me laugh – parents have always worried that their children’s hobbies are unhealthy and addictive:

Parents have always worried about the hobbies their kids have …

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