Falling in love with Anne Shirley as an adult
[This is a loose response to this Book Riot post: Fan(ne)girl] Sometimes it’s amazing to me the books that somehow passed me by during my childhood. Books that seemingly everyone remembers fondly, books that shaped who they are and that warmly color the memories they have of growing up. I don’t know how I looked over Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery, but I now know I was worse off because of it. About a year ago, I noticed that Anne of Green Gables was available on a
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[from upper right hand] female author's umbrella | anne of green gables litograph | book pillows bibliophile candles | literary tea | portrait of dorian gray scarf what we see when we read by pete mendelsund Here are just some ideas for the book lover in your life or to add to your letter to Santa for yourself! What? You don't write letters to Santa anymore? I guess I know who's getting coal in their stocking! Seriously... I BELIEVE IN YOU SANTA! #christmas #anneofgreengab
Anne of Avonlea by LM Montgomery
With my latest obsession with Anne of Green Gables (yes, I'm 32 years old and am just now discovering this series. I'm behind the times... alriiiiiiiiiiiiight?) going strong, I decided to continue on with the series and was pleased to see that all of the audiobooks are available on my free audiobook app (public domain, woot woot!) I enjoyed Anne of Avonlea. Anne is growing up, but still has the same whimsical sense of wonder and beauty that 11 year old Anne made us fall in
Anne of Green Gables by LM Montgomery
So, with my recent obsession with audiobooks, I've decided to add a new series to the BW&R Book Challenge "fun" book posts. Along with Deep Thoughts From Damp Tresses (books I read while I'm drying my hair), I now would like to introduce to you... Tales from the Toyota! For our first installment, I downloaded a free copy of Anne of Green Gables from an audiobook app I have downloaded. As these books are in the public domain, they are provided free by LibriVox and read by vo