Recently while shelving books in the library I discovered that the books in the Anne of Green Gables series by L M Montgomery have been published as large print books. I have fond memories of reading these books as a young teenager with Anne of the Island being a favourite. With some trepidation I decided to borrow a copy hoping that rereading the book many years later would not be a disappointment. Fortunately I thoroughly enjoyed being reacquainted with this book and its characters.
Anne, Gilbert and Charlie leave the Island to study at Redmond College on the mainland. Anne with her friends Priscella, Philippa and Stella share a house as they navigate their studies and friendship plus the challenges of love and life.
The book is about people, including Anne's adopted family at Avonlea, and about relationships, particularly discovering the true meaning of love.
Reading some of reviews in Good Reads I am obviously not the only person who loves this book and its characters.
The book can also be read online:
Project Gutenberg edition
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