By Lucy Maud Montgomery, Scott McKowen, Arthur Pober Ed.D
A century in the past, with the book of the vintage booklet Anne of eco-friendly Gables, some of the most attractive heroines in children’s literature used to be born. in fact, enthusiasts sought after a sequel, and the following it is.When twelve-year-old Anne Shirley got here to Avonlea, she quick received everyone’s middle. Now, she’s 5 years older, virtually a lady, and approximately to embark on a brand new experience: turning into the trainer in her outdated Avonlea college. It’s a thrilling 12 months as Anne struggles to win over all her scholars, welcomes new participants to her kinfolk, and feels the 1st stirrings of affection.
Read Online or Download Anne of Avonlea (Sterling Classics) PDF
Best classics books
Tor Classics are affordably-priced variants designed to draw the younger reader. unique dynamic conceal artwork enthusiastically represents the buzz of every tale. acceptable "reader pleasant" kind sizes were selected for every title--offering transparent, exact, and readable textual content. All versions are entire and unabridged, and have Introductions and Afterwords.
Der autobiographische Roman »Afrikanische Spiele« erzählt von Jüngers abenteuerlichem Ausflug als 16-Jähriger zur Fremdenlegion, kurz bevor der Erste Weltkrieg ausbrach.
- Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim
- The Christmas Carol Reader
- The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
- The Astral Fortress
- Essays on Pope
Additional resources for Anne of Avonlea (Sterling Classics)
And people with hair like yours are desperate apt to get riled . . you'll forget all your pretty little notions and give some of them a whaling. You're too young to be teaching anyhow . . " Altogether, Anne went to bed that night in a rather pessimistic mood. She slept poorly and was so pale and tragic at breakfast next morning that Marilla was alarmed and insisted on making her take a cup of scorching ginger tea. Anne sipped it patiently, although she could not imagine what good ginger tea would do.
Which Morley felt much more keenly . . confiscated his crickets. She put 45 them in a box and on the way from school set them free in Violet Vale; but Morley believed, then and ever afterwards, that she took them home and kept them for her own amusement. The other culprit was Anthony Pye, who poured the last drops of water from his slate bottle down the back of Aurelia Clay's neck. Anne kept Anthony in at recess and talked to him about what was expected of gentlemen, admonishing him that they never poured water down ladies' necks.
But St. Clair he is and St. Clair he shall remain. You will kindly remember this, Miss Shirley, will you not? THANK you. I told Clarice Almira that I was sure it was only a misunderstanding and that a word would set it right. Donnell. . accent on the last syllable . . and St. Clair . . on no account Jacob. You'll remember? " When Mrs. H. B. Donnell had skimmed away Anne locked the school door and went home. At the foot of the hill she found Paul Irving by the Birch Path. " "Please, teacher, I found these in Mr.