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Anne of Green Gables

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Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert planned to adopt a boy to help out on the farm, so when red-headed "Anne-with-an-e" arrives at Green Gables, she is not quite what they expected. But Anne sets out to win them over, determined to make a life for herself. The classic story by Canadian author L.M. Montgomery, retold for younger readers. First published in 1908, this classic story has been published in many editions, selling more than 50 million copies. It has been translated into 20 languages, and adapted for stage and screen. Part of a range of Usborne picture books, each retelling a literary classic or traditional story.… (more)
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Anne of Green Gables [Usborne picture book] by Alan Marks (Illustrator)

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This book is one of my favorite book that I can read thousand times. Anne Shirley, the red-headed orphan who has so many up and down life challenges, displayed her personality as charming, intelligent, and brave. This story teaches about friendships, honesty, challenging for better, family and many more. I can ask countless questions and discussions about many topics through this book.

I can read this book with 3rd grade.
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Sebag-Montefiore, MaryAuthormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert planned to adopt a boy to help out on the farm, so when red-headed "Anne-with-an-e" arrives at Green Gables, she is not quite what they expected. But Anne sets out to win them over, determined to make a life for herself. The classic story by Canadian author L.M. Montgomery, retold for younger readers. First published in 1908, this classic story has been published in many editions, selling more than 50 million copies. It has been translated into 20 languages, and adapted for stage and screen. Part of a range of Usborne picture books, each retelling a literary classic or traditional story.

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