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A willful orphan named Anne, a red-haired "exception", arrives at the home of an elderly sister and brother, and wonderful life adventures begin as Anne matures from a skinny, freckled girl into an intriguing young woman. Along the way, she embraces everyone with her imagination and dreams, and the beautiful town of Avonlea will never be the same.
©2001 Monterey Media Inc.

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Great listen!

I love Anne of Green Gables, and this production does decently capturing the spirit of it! My only criticism is that the voice actor for Diane is a little lacking in life. Most of the time I could ignore it, but it was really annoying in emotional scenes how placid she sounded. The other voice actors were excellent, however, and I was especially happy with Marilla.

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Memories!!!

I'm so happy that I found this book!! It brings so many wonderful memories of my mother and my childhood!!!

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A hit with boys too

I remember reading the Lucy Montgomery books as a child and always thought they were books that boys would not enjoy. My son has proved me wrong and enjoyed to this book every bit as much as I did. The performances are great and Anne's moments of melodrama are as funny now as they were then.