Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery

Posted January 3rd, 2011 by Vidalia

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What intrigued me about this book is every detail and every story line of Anne. What I love the most is how everything plays out for Anne. Anne a thirteen year old orphan girl has bounced from one orphanage to the next, but when Mathew and Marilla Cuthbert need a boy to work the farm, Anne gets sent instead. By mistake the Cuthbert’s get red headed thirteen year old Anne who changes there life forever! But when Marilla sees the mistake she wants to send Anne back to get the boy they requested, but Anne refuses to leave Green Gables. With Anne’s fiery attitude from her red hair, she helps with the idea to keep her at Green Gables with the Cuthbert’s. Do Mathew and Marilla keep Anne? Well I guess you want know till you read the book now will you? But the one thing that made me fall head over hills for this book is the faith! Because it shows that with faith Anne was able to go from being an orphan girl to being a strong young lady with two people that loved and cared for her when no one else would.

2 Responses to “Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery”

  1. Ariel

    I liked the book you talked about, but your report was a little confusing to me. I have also read that book, and I think mentioned her red hair a little too much. Thanks for the review!

  2. Maddie

    I have read the book and seen the movie. It’s really good. I loved it!

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