By Lucy Maud Montgomery, Scott McKowen, Arthur Pober Ed.D
A century in the past, with the booklet of the vintage e-book Anne of eco-friendly Gables, the most attractive heroines in children’s literature was once born. in fact, lovers sought after a sequel, and right here it is.When twelve-year-old Anne Shirley got here to Avonlea, she speedy gained everyone’s center. Now, she’s 5 years older, virtually a lady, and approximately to embark on a brand new experience: turning into the trainer in her outdated Avonlea college. It’s a thrilling yr as Anne struggles to win over all her scholars, welcomes new individuals to her relatives, and feels the 1st stirrings of affection.
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She could hardly believe the evidence of her senses. Mr. Harrison had brought Ginger back, averring that the poor bird would be lonesome; and Anne, feeling that she could forgive everybody and everything, offered him a walnut. But Ginger's feelings had been grievously hurt and he rejected all overtures of friendship. He sat moodily on his perch and ruffled his feathers up until he looked like a mere ball of green and gold. " asked Anne, who liked appropriate names and thought Ginger accorded not at all with such gorgeous plumage.
Altogether, Anne went to bed that night in a rather pessimistic mood. She slept poorly and was so pale and tragic at breakfast next morning that Marilla was alarmed and insisted on making her take a cup of scorching ginger tea. Anne sipped it patiently, although she could not imagine what good ginger tea would do. Had it been some magic brew, potent to confer age and experience, Anne would have swallowed a quart of it without flinching. " "You'll hardly fail completely in one day and there's plenty more days coming," said Marilla.
Harrison," . . Anne leaned forward, clasping her hands with her old childish gesture, while her big gray eyes gazed imploringly into Mr. Harrison's embarrassed face . . "I found my cow still shut up in the pen. It was YOUR cow I had sold to Mr. " "Bless my soul," exclaimed Mr. Harrison, in blank amazement at this unlooked-for conclusion. " "Oh, it isn't in the least extraordinary that I should be getting myself and other people into scrapes," said Anne mournfully. "I'm noted for that. You might suppose I'd have grown out of it by this time .