Born in 1879 on Prince Edward Island, Canadian author L.M. Montgomery started off at a young age as a poet, moving into journalism and teaching.
In 1908 “Anne of Green Gables” became a great hit and the rest of the series proved quite popular. Even though she published 20 novels and more than 500 short stories she unfortunately stopped writing due to mental illness and personal misfortunes. Her work is carried on in television shows and movies.
A classic novel, Anne of Green Gables entrances and captivates with a charming little girl at its’ centre.
Longing to be loved, accepted and beautiful, her constant amusing chatter and inadvertent troublemaking endear her to her adopted family and eventually the people of Cavendish on Prince Edward Island.
A story that delights whether the reader is a child or an adult.