Tag Archives: L.M. Montogmery

46, 49 and 51: Emily of New Moon Series (L.M. Montgomery)

The Emily of New Moon series is a sweet and delightful collection of books by L.M. Montgomery.  It was a terrific discovery to listen to during my commutes over the last month.  Like the Anne of Green Gables series it is full … Continue reading

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55. Rilla of Ingleside (L.M. Montgomery)

As my readers know, I am a lifelong fan of Anne of Green Gables.  I have enjoyed the hijinks of initial book many times.   Rilla of Ingleside is the eighth and last book of the series and does not … Continue reading

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43. Rainbow Valley (L.M. Montgomery)

“Once, looking from the attic windows of Ingleside, through the mist and the aftermath of a summer thunderstorm, they had seen the beloved spot arched by a glorious rainbow, on end of which seemed to dip straight down to where … Continue reading

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109. Christmas with Anne (L.M. Montgomery)

Christmas with Anne is a delightful book of cheery holiday stories written by the late Lucy Maude Montgomery.  Two of the short stories were excerpts from the Anne of Green Gables and Anne of Windy Poplars, respectively, while the rest were republished from … Continue reading

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10. Anne of Ingleside (L.M. Motgomery)

Anne of Ingleside is the 6th book in the Anne of Green Gables series which I am slowly reading.  This was a novel that I enjoyed for the first time.  Anne and Gilbert are living a busy life balancing Gilbert’s … Continue reading

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33. Anne of the Island (L.M. Montgomery)

As I continue to listen to the podcasts telling the stories of Anne Shirley, I finished listening to Anne of the Island during my commutes this week.  This Canadian author brilliantly continues the life of Canada’s beloved, fictional, red-haired orphan … Continue reading

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32. Anne of Avonlea (L.M. Montgomery)

My commutes have seemed shorter as I have listened to the antics of Anne Shirley in the sequel to Anne of Green Gables.  Listening to podcasts by Librivox (volunteer readers of books that are no longer under copyright) has been … Continue reading

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