Book Reviews of Chronicles of Avonlea

Chronicles of Avonlea
Chronicles of Avonlea
Author: L. M. Montgomery
ISBN-13: 9780451522337
ISBN-10: 0451522338
Publication Date: 9/6/1988
Pages: 256
Reading Level: Young Adult
Rating:
  • Currently 4.8/5 Stars.
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4.8 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Signet Classics
Book Type: Paperback
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This is a nice collection of short stories to read when you don't want the Anne of Green Gables series to end. It doesn't involve Anne (although it mentions her a few times) but more the people surrounding her. Each story is meaningful and touching in its own way. It would be hard to pick a favorites among them.
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Sequel to Anne of Green Gables, a needed follow up see how the precocious orphan grows up...
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I've been a fan of L.M. Montgomery for years. I love her Anne of Green Gables books and when I found this book, I knew I had to have it. I enjoyed the ease of reading it. I could read a few pages and the story was complete. One could read each segment/short story, and lay it down till the next day. Each of the short entries is interesting and exciting. Montgomery is a marvel.ous captivation writer
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This is a series of 12 short stories by the author of Anne of Green Gables, set in Avonlea. Anne appears in some of the stories
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One of my favorites :)
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I have read the entire series of Anne of Green Gables other than the Further Chronicles of Avonlea (about to read now) and thought that I wouldn't enjoy the stories in this book since Anne is not one of the main characters and often times she is mentioned or shows up briefly in a story. Most of the stories through this book are told from perspectives of people, and others from first person perspectives. Hopefully this will not confuse other readers, but I actually loved that there was a bunch of variety. Most of the stories are about people who fall in love or who were stubborn in the process of finding love. There are a few that are based on faith in God that are really beautiful as well. I truly liked this book a lot! If you have read the series, certainly read this book too!
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Not as good as the Anne of Green Gables series, but not bad either. A quick, easy read for a rainy day.
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wonderful story book 1 in series
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Amusing short stories.