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Anne of Avonlea (Paperback)
As a young woman, Anne Shirley is embracing adulthood by becoming a productive member of society making the transition from imaginative student to respected schoolteacher. In this classic coming of age story, Anne navigates various challenges that tempt old habits and test her new maturity.
A now 16-year-old Anne continues to live with Marilla in the quaint farming town of Avonlea. While poised to start a new teaching position, Anne struggles to balance responsibilities in and outside of the classroom. Alongside her lively students, she meets a set of twins--Davy and Dora--who move in with Marilla following their mother's death. No longer a spunky orphan child, Anne must adjust to her role as a trusted adult and authority figure.
Anne's plucky attitude and vibrant imagination made her one of literature's most beloved protagonists. With multiple novels spanning different eras, the L.M. Montgomery series is a favorite among readers of all ages.
With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of Anne of Avonlea is both modern and readable.