Anne of Green Gables
Lucy Maud Montgomery
"The sweetest creation of childlike yet written" - Mark Twain
Since it was first published on 1908, Anne of Green Gables has been treasured by millions of readers around the world. Anne Shirley, an orphan, arrives at Green Gables by mistake; the Cuthberts wanted a boy. But for Anne, Green gables is a dream come true. Thanks to her endearing nature, she wins the hears of the Cuthberts, finds "kindred spirits" and "a bosom friend," and takes a staid island community on a merry ride of adventure and surprise.
In this Classic Edition, Nimbus presents Anne of Green Gables as it originally appeared--complete, easy to read, and as enduring as the heartwarming story of Anne herself.
Lucy Maude Montgomery was born in the charming village of New London, PEI, in 1874. She grew up in nearby Cavendish, surrounded by rolling farmlands and the sparkling waters of the ocean. Anne of Green Gables is based on her own childhood experiences.
L. M. Montgomery had a thriving writing career that included several novels and more than five hundred poems and stories. She is best known as the author of Anne of Green Gables.