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Anne of Green Gables Unit Study
Anne of Green Gables
Hello my kindred spirit! So glad you stopped by.
Here you will find a collection of information for
fans of Anne Shirley in the family classic Anne of Green Gables series by Lucy Maud Montgomery. May you find it useful in your unit study or lapbook.
Enjoy your time in Avonlea!
Read first or watch? - That is the question!
Which do YOU do first and WHY?
Read the book first!
Select your favorite version of Anne
Volume 1 Boxed set includes the first 3 books in the series
The Classic that started it all!
How fun for little ones to color along while the family is reading!
Enjoy Anne Shirley's continuing story in this delightful complete DVD Set
Anne lives at Green Gables in Avonlea
Abridged or unabridged?
Do you or your children read abridged versions?
Map of Avonlea Region
Avonlea is a fictional town near Cavendish - Prince Edward Island, Canada
Prince Edward Island is in Canada
FREE Literature Guides
Want to know more about Anne?
Edited by Wendy E. Barry, Margaret Anne Doody, and Mary E. Doody Jones
Hundreds of notes describing the real-life characters and settings Anne encounters, the autobiographical connections between Anne and Maude Montgomery, and the book's astonishing range of literary, Biblical, and mythological references. Additional essays offer fascinating background information on such topics as the geography and settlement of Prince Edward Island (where Anne takes place); the education, orphanages, music, and literature of Anne's time; and the horticulture, homemade artifacts, and food preparation that are so prevalent in the story.
"Anne is a real good plain sensible name. You've no need to be ashamed of it."
Prince Edward Island
- Would you love to experience Avonlea like Anne did?
Auditions, funny moments and favorite scenes!
Poetry Anne Loved - Hard to find poems, now easy to understand!
Anne's Anthology is a compilation of many of the pieces, primarily poetry, Lucy Montgomery mentioned in Anne of Green Gables. They were pieces Anne loved and ones with which the girls in Lucy Montgomery's audience were very familiar. However, many have been lost in obscurity and the allusions are no longer understood. Now these hard-to-find works are collected for your reference and enjoyment in the almost 700 pages of Anne’s Anthology. Most of the poems are given in full-text with notes. Portions of longer works are also included. Like a patchwork quilt made from scraps of loved clothing, Anne's Anthology exposes its readers to best-loved poems from a previous era.