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

A century in the past, with the booklet of the vintage e-book Anne of eco-friendly Gables, some of the most attractive heroines in children’s literature used to be born. in fact, lovers sought after a sequel, and right here it is.When twelve-year-old Anne Shirley got here to Avonlea, she fast 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 previous Avonlea university. It’s an exhilarating 12 months as Anne struggles to win over all her scholars, welcomes new individuals to her family members, and feels the 1st stirrings of affection.

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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.

Oh, I don't know," flashed Anne. To herself, or to her particular cronies, she might admit that there were some small imperfections, easily removable, in Avonlea and its inhabitants. But to hear a practical outsider like Mr. Harrison saying it was an entirely different thing. " "I guess you've got a spice of temper," commented Mr. Harrison, surveying the flushed cheeks and indignant eyes opposite him. "It goes with hair like yours, I reckon. " "I like it all the better for them," said loyal Anne.

I'll be seventeen next March . . but it seems that I haven't. Mr. Harrison, is it too much to hope that you'll forgive me? I'm afraid it's too late to get your cow back, but here is the money for her . . or you can have mine in 27 exchange if you'd rather. She's a very good cow. " "Tut, tut," said Mr. Harrison briskly, "don't say another word about it, miss. It's of no consequence . . no consequence whatever. Accidents will happen. I'm too hasty myself sometimes, miss . . far too hasty. But I can't help speaking out just what I think and folks must take me as they find me.

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