Anne of Avonlea by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Anne of Avonlea
At sixteen Anne is developed up…almost. In the years since she touched base at Green Gables, she has earned the affection for the general population of Avonlea and a notoriety for getting into scratches. Be that as it may, when Anne starts her occupation a the new teacher, the genuine trial of her character starts. Alongside instructing the three Rs, she is figuring out how muddled life can be the point at which she intrudes in another person’s sentiment, and she likewise ponders about the unusual conduct of the exceptionally attractive Gilbert Blythe.