By Lucy Maud Montgomery, Scott McKowen, Arthur Pober Ed.D
A century in the past, with the book of the vintage ebook Anne of eco-friendly Gables, the most attractive heroines in children’s literature was once born. after all, fanatics sought after a sequel, and right here it is.When twelve-year-old Anne Shirley got here to Avonlea, she fast received everyone’s middle. Now, she’s 5 years older, virtually a girl, and approximately to embark on a brand new event: changing into the instructor in her outdated Avonlea institution. It’s an exhilarating yr as Anne struggles to win over all her scholars, welcomes new participants to her relatives, and feels the 1st stirrings of affection.
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28 "I don't, that's a fact, and I'm mighty fond of it, too. I'm much obliged to you. It looks good on top. " "It is," said Anne, gaily confident. "I have made cakes in my time that were NOT, as Mrs. Allan could tell you, but this one is all right. " "Well, I'll tell you what, miss, you must help me eat it. I'll put the kettle on and we'll have a cup of tea. " said Anne dubiously. Mr. Harrison chuckled. "I see you haven't much confidence in my ability to make tea. You're wrong . . I can brew up as good a jorum of tea as you ever drank.
He lifted his big beautiful eyes . . " "You darling," said Anne, taking the fragrant spikes. As if Paul's words had been a spell of magic, discouragement and weariness passed from her spirit, and hope upwelled in her heart like a dancing fountain. She went through the Birch Path light-footedly, attended by the sweetness of her orchids as by a benediction. " Marilla wanted to know. 49 "Ask me that a month later and I may be able to tell you. I can't now . . I don't know myself . . I'm too near it.
With a quick interchange of smiles Anne and Paul were fast friends forever before a word had passed between them. The day went by like a dream. Anne could never clearly recall it afterwards. It almost seemed as if it were not she who was teaching but somebody else. She heard classes and worked sums and set copies mechanically. The children behaved quite well; only two cases of discipline occurred. Morley Andrews was caught driving a pair of trained crickets in the aisle. Anne stood Morley on the platform for an hour and .