Book List:65 titles
  • Anne's a Mother Anne, now a mother of five, presided over a happy, lively home. Mrs. Doctor for some fifteen years, Anne suddenly began to worry that perhaps her adored Gilbert no longer loved her. But how could he not? After all, she may have bee...


  • A House that Longed to be Lived in... Jane Stuart lived at 60 Gay Street, Toronto, for as long as she could remember. But life in Grandmother's dreary old mansion was anything but gay. Even dear, beautiful Mother, who went from party to party, always...


  • Anne Shirley has left Redmond College behind to begin a new job and a new chapter of her life away from Green Gables. Now she faces a new challenge: the Pringles. They're known as the royal family of Summerside -- and they quickly let Anne know she...


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    Home Sweet Home At twenty, nearly everyone thought Pat ought to be having beaus -- except, of course, Pat herself For Patricia Gardiner, Silver Bush was both home and heaven. All she could ever ask of life was bound in the magic of the lovely old ho...


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    No Place Like Home Patricia Gardiner loved Silver Bush more than anything else in the world. She was born and raised in the beautiful old-fashioned house on Prince Edward Island in a world "where things always seemed the same" and good things neve...


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    No amount of drama between the Dark and Penhallow families can prepare them for what follows when Aunt Becky bequeaths her prized heirloom jug - the owner to be revealed in one year's time. The intermarriages, and resulting fighting and feuding, that...


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    The Girl Without A Name Four whole months have gone by since she was born, and no one in the eccentric Lesley clan can agree on what to call Lorraine's new baby girl. Lorraine secretly likes the name Marigold... but who among the assorted aunts, u...


  • EMILY TRIUMPHS Emily knows she's going to be a great writer. Then a tragic accident almost robs her of that dream forever, and her pride nearly ends her growing romance with her childhood friend, Teddy Kent. But Emily Starr of the dark hair, deep b...


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    A Birthday To Remember "If it had not rained on a certain May morning, Valancy Stirling's whole life would have been entirely different." At twenty-nine, Valancy had never been in love and it seemed romance had completely passed her by. Her onl...






  • Emily Starr was born with the desire to write. As an orphan living on New Moon Farm, writing helped her face the difficult, lonely times. But now all her friends are going away to high school in nearby Shrewsbury, and her old-fashioned, tyrannical au...


  • EMILY'S DISCOVERY In this sensitive, heart-warming story we meet Emily Starr for the very first time. Spirited, irrepressible Emily, left an orphan when her father dies, finds she is really not alone. An unexpected world of family and friends is wait...


  • New Challenges Anne's children were almost grown up, except for pretty, high-spirited Rilla. Rilla wasn't yet fifteen, and she was still looking forward to her first dance and her first kiss. But undreamed-of challenges awaited irrepressible Rilla...


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    Tales for Cozy Evenings... Nestled in the seaside hills of Prince Edward Island, there's a road to a place called Green Gables, where a girl named Anne grew up. Here, not far from the cold Atlantic Ocean and close to the warmth of a loving heart, ...


  • Anne's Children Find Adventure Anne's wonderful, lively children found a special place all their own. Rainbow Valley was the perfect spot to play, to dream and to make the most unusual friends, like the Merediths. They were two girls and two boys ...


  • Anne's a Married Lady Anne's own true love Gilbert was finally a doctor and now they no longer needed to live apart. They married quite simply and began life together in their own little dream house where Anne met new neighbors, made new friends, ...


  • "How Horrible It Is That People Have To Grow Up!" Wishing couldn't keep Anne of Green Gables from growing up. Anne's whole world was changing -- her childhood friends marrying, Anne herself leaving the Island for four years of college. But as muc...


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    When Sara returns to Carlisle to spend the winter with the King family, she comes up with a great idea. To help them through the dreary months ahead, she, Felicity, Cecily, and Dan will publish a magazine....


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    Tales for a Rainy Afternoon... On Prince Edward Island, where Anne of Green Gables grew up, there is a place near the sea called Avonlea. And in this special place in days not so long ago, lived some very special people. In stories filled with the m...


  • A BORN STORYTELLER She's only fourteen, but she can weave tales that are impossible to resist -- tales that spark the imagination and touch the heart. Meet Sara Stanley, better known as the Story Girl. She's L.M. Montgomery's most enchanting heroine ...


  • At sixteen Anne is grown up... almost. Her gray eyes shine like evening stars, but her red hair is still as peppery as her temper. In the years since she arrived at Green Gables as a freckle-faced orphan, she has earned the love of the people of Avon...


  • "You don t want me because I'm not a boy! This is the most tragical thing that ever happened to me!" Marilla and Matthew Cuthbert had planned to adopt a boy to help out around Green Gables farm. But waiting for Matthew at the train station is freckl...


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    When twenty-four-year-old Eric Marshall arrives on Prince Edward Island to become a substitute schoolmaster, he has a bright future in his wealthy family's business.  Eric has taken the two-month teaching post only as a favor to a friend -- but fat...


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    In this collection of stories L. M. Montgomery captures the haunting beauty and drama of living on Prince Edward Island surrounded by the sea. Ernest Hughes, a courageous young boy who with his dog is caught in changing tides; twelve-year-old Mary Ma...


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    Lucy Maud Montgomery, the creator of Anne of Green Gables and many other popular children's stories penned this memoir during World War I and it is often considered the best account of her childhood on Prince Edward Island and her first years as a w...


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    These nineteen fascinating stories are unlike any others L. M. Montgomery ever wrote. Filled with strange and supernatural occurrences, they are peopled with drunkards, embezzlers, and thieves: A woman confesses to murder after she has passed away......


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    Stern parents, awkward circumstances, misunderstandings, lovers’ quarrels – and one very determined cat – are some of the many hindrances that Montgomery’s characters find themselves battling on the way to the altar. But Montgomery helps her ...


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    A heartwarming holiday tale from the author of Anne of Green Gables. Lucy Maud Montgomery was born at Clifton (now New London), Canada, on November 30, 1874. Before she grew up to be a best-selling author, young Lucy Maud Montgomery was raised by he...






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    Adultery, illegitimacy, misogyny, revenge, murder, despair, bitterness, hatred, and deathusually not the first terms associated with L.M. Montgomery. But in The Blythes Are Quoted, completed shortly before her death and never before published in its...


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    To crown all, Aunt Isabel came, too-a talkative, clever, shrewd old lady, as young at eighty-five as she had been at thirty, thinking the Monroe stock the best in the world, and beamingly proud of her nephews and nieces, who had gone out from this hu...


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    Share Anne’s delight at receiving the dress of her dreams, the joy of a young woman reunited with her long lost brother on Christmas Eve, and the surprise of a trio of sisters who inadvertently end a family feud by arriving at the wrong uncle’s h...


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    At sunset Sidney hurried to her room to take off the soiled and faded cotton dress she had worn while milking. She had milked eight cows and pumped water for the milk-cans afterward in the fag-end of a hot summer day. She did that every night, but to...


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    I WASN'T able to go to prayer meeting that evening because I had neuralgia in my face; but Thomas went, and the minute he came home I knew by the twinkle in his eye that he had some news. "Who do you s'pose Stephen Clark went home with from meeting t...


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    In this remarkable collection of fourteen  previously uncollected stories, L.M. Montgomery weaves  her unique brand of magic as she explores the  private passions of the heart. A country doctor never  loses faith in the young woman who swears...


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    A man's heart-aye, and a woman's, too-should be light in the spring. The spirit of resurrection is abroad, calling the life of the world out of its wintry grave, knocking with radiant fingers at the gates of its tomb. It stirs in human hearts, and ma...


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    "Nothing is much changed, Louisa," she said, propping her chin on her plump white hands, and sniffing at the delectable odour of the bruised mint upon which Louisa was trampling. "I'm glad; I was afraid to come back for fear you would have improved t...


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    Alan Douglas threw down his pen with an impatient exclamation. It was high time his next Sunday's sermon was written, but he could not concentrate his thoughts on his chosen text. For one thing he did not like it and had selected it only because Elde...


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    Jims was bitterly disappointed. If Uncle Walter had been home Jims would have appealed to him-for when Uncle Walter could be really wakened up to a realization of his small nephew's presence in his home, he was very kind and indulgent. But it was so ...


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    The doleful fact is, I'm too wretchedly shy and awkward to live. It fills my soul with terror to think of donning long dresses and putting my hair up and going into society. I can't talk and men frighten me to death. I fall over things as it is, and ...


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    Ludovic smiled pleasantly at Anne. He liked her; she was the only young girl he knew, for he generally avoided young girls-they made him feel awkward and out of place. But Anne did not affect him in this fashion. She had a way of getting on with all ...


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    I was not in the least pretty but Uncle Jesse was always telling me I was-and I loved him for it. He told the fib so prettily and sincerely that he almost made me believe it for the time being, and I really think he believed it himself. All women wer...


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    In a way, we felt sorry for Miss Emily. She was Mr. Leith's old-maid sister and she was not of much importance in the household. But, though we felt sorry for her, we couldn't like her. She really was fussy and meddlesome; she liked to poke a finger ...


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    "I think I'll go," said Nora slowly. Then, catching sight of her mother's face, she ran to her and flung her arms about her. "But I'll never forget you, Mother," she cried. "I'll love you always-you and Father." Her mother loosened the clinging arms ...


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    Spencer went off to put up his horse, and Estella waited for him on the porch steps, wondering if any other girl in the world could be quite so happy as she was, or love anyone as much as she loved Spencer. She did not see how it could be possible, b...


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    It had never worried me in the least that I wasn't married, although everybody in Avonlea pitied old maids; but it DID worry me, and I frankly confess it, that I had never had a chance to be. Even Nancy, my old nurse and servant, knew that, and pitie...


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    Salome looked out of the kitchen window, and a pucker of distress appeared on her smooth forehead. "Dear, dear, what has Lionel Hezekiah been doing now?" she murmured anxiously. Involuntarily she reached out for her crutch; but it was a little beyond...






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    "No," said Grandmother in the tone that nobody, not even Aunt Winnifred, ever dreamed of disputing. "I will not open that chest without Eliza's permission. She confided it to my care when she went away, and I promised that it should never be opened u...


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    "I guess the molasses is getting low, ain't it?" said Pa Sloane insinuatingly. "S'pose I'd better drive up to Carmody this afternoon and get some more." "There's a good half-gallon of molasses in the jug yet," said ma Sloane ruthlessly. "That so? Wel...


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    Just at dusk, that evening, I had gone upstairs and put on my muslin gown. I had been busy all day attending to the strawberry preserving-for Mary Sloane could not be trusted with that-and I was a little tired, and thought it was hardly worth while t...


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    Mary Isabel's face was flushed and her wood-brown eyes looked grieved and pleading. Mary Isabel was still pretty, and vanity is the last thing to desert a properly constructed woman. "I can't wear a bonnet yet, Louisa," she protested. "Bonnets have g...


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    For Anne and Gilbert Blythe, life in a small village is never dull because of all the entertaining gossip, and what strange and funny tales they hear: about the mischievous twins whose dearest wish comes true when they meet up with a bored and haunte...


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    Jedediah thought the moment deliciously romantic. He revelled in it and, to match his exhilarated mood, he touched the pony with his whip and went clinking and glittering down the hill under the poplars at a dashing rate. He had not intended to offer...


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    Chester had been shifting about uneasily. He realized that, if his project did not miscarry, he would not see his aunt again, and his heart softened to her. Harsh as she was, she was the only protector he had ever known, and the boy had a vague wish ...


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    The warm June sunshine was coming down through the trees, white with the virginal bloom of apple-blossoms, and through the shining panes, making a tremulous mosaic upon Mrs. Eben Andrews' spotless kitchen floor. Through the open door, a wind, fragran...


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    Upstairs in his little room, the schoolmaster was writing his letter. The room was as bare and graceless as all the other rooms of the farmhouse where he had boarded during his term of teaching; but it looked out on the sea, and was hung with such pr...


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    Thyra Carewe was waiting for Chester to come home. She sat by the west window of the kitchen, looking out into the gathering of the shadows with the expectant immovability that characterized her. She never twitched or fidgeted. Into whatever she did ...


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    Tannis was the daughter of old Auguste Dumont, who kept the one small store at the Flats, lived in the one frame house that the place boasted, and was reputed to be worth an amount of money which, in half-breed eyes, was a colossal fortune. Old Augus...


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    At first neither Cyrus nor Deborah cared much for Joscelyn. They resented her parentage, her strange, un-Morgan-like name, and the pronounced resemblance she bore to the dark-haired, dark-eyed mother they had never seen. All the Morgans had been fair...


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    Lucy Maud Montgomery was born in Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Canada, on November 30, 1874. Her mother died when she was a toddler and her devastated father asked her grandparents to raise her. Her childhood years in Cavendish were very lonely. Luc...


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    Dick was tall and pale and looked as if he had heaps of brains. He had thick curly brown hair and big dark blue eyes-Jill said his eyes were like an archangel's, but how could she tell? She never saw an archangel. I liked his nose. It was so straight...


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