A collection of 82 short stories written later in L M Montgomery’s career. All of these stories are very suitable for young girls to read. They contain good old fashioned values and life lessons. They ...
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Anne of Green Gables Author, LUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY SHORT STORIES 1905 e/

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A collection of 82 short stories written later in L M Montgomery’s career. All of these stories are very suitable for young girls to read. They contain good old fashioned values and life lessons. They can be quite humorous too. The following stories are complete in this volume:
A Correspondence and a Climax (1905)
At Five O'Clock in the Morning (1905)
Aunt Susanna's Birthday Celebration (1905)
Bertie's New Year (1905)
Between the Hill and the Valley (1905)
Cyrilla's Inspiration (1905)
Her Own People (1905)
Ida's New Year Cake (1905)
Mackereling Out in the Gulf (1905)
Millicent's Double (1905)
The Christmas Surprise At Enderly Road (1905)
The Fraser Scholarship (1905)
The Schoolmaster's Letter (1905)
The Understanding of Sister Sara (1905)
When Jack and Jill Took a Hand (1905)
An Adventure on Island Rock (1906)
Clorinda's Gifts (1906)
Dorinda's Desperate Deed (1906)
In the Old Valley (1906)
Jane Lavinia(1906)
The Blue North Room(1906)
The Dissipation of Miss Ponsonby (1906)
The Falsoms' Christmas Dinner (1906)
The Girl at the Gate (1906)
The Light on the Big Dipper (1906)
The Prodigal Brother (1906)
The Redemption of John Churchill (1906)
The Story of Uncle Dick (1906)
The Unforgotten One (1906)
The Wooing of Bessy (1906)
Their Girl Josie (1906)
A Millionaire's Proposal (1907)
A Substitute Journalist (1907)
Aunt Caroline's Silk Dress (1907)
Aunt Susanna's Thanksgiving Dinner (1907)
Fair Exchange and No Robbery (1907)
Marcella's Reward (1907)
Missy's Room (1907)
Ted's Afternoon Off (1907)
The End of the Young Family Feud (1907)
The Genesis of the Doughnut Club (1907)
The Old Fellow's Letter (1907)
The Parting of the Ways (1907)
The Promissory Note (1907)
Anna's Love Letters (1908)
By Grace of Julius Caesar (1908)
By the Rule of Contrary (1908)
Four Winds (1908)
Margaret's Patient (1908)
Matthew Insists on Puffed Sleeves (1908)
The Doctor's Sweetheart (1908)
The Girl Who Drove the Cows (1908)
The Growing Up of Cornelia (1908)
The Revolt of Mary Isabel (1908)
The Twins and a Wedding (1908)
A Golden Wedding (1909)
A Redeeming Sacrifice (1909)
A Soul that Was Not At Home (1909)
Akin to Love (1909)
Christmas at Red Butte (1909)
Jessamine (1909)
Robert Turner's Revenge (1909)
The Fillmore Elderberries (1909)
The Life-Book of Uncle Jesse (1909)
The Little Black Doll (1909)
Miss Sally's Letter (1910)
The Gossip of Valley View (1910)
The Letters (1910)
Uncle Richard's New Year Dinner (1910)
Charlotte's Ladies (1911)
The Finished Story (1912)
The Romance of Jedediah (1912)
How We Went to the Wedding (1913)
Bessie's Doll (1914)
The Man on the Train (1914)
Aunt Philippa and the Men (1915)
My Lady Jane (1915)
The Girl and the Photograph (1915)
Abel and His Great Adventure (1917)
The Garden of Spices (1918)
White Magic (1921)
The Tryst of the White Lady (1922)
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Lucy Maud Montgomery CBE (November 30, 1874 – April 24, 1942), called "Maud" by family and friends and publicly known as L.M. Montgomery, was a Canadian author best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables, published in 1908. Anne of Green Gables was an immediate success. The central character, Anne, an orphaned girl, made Montgomery famous in her lifetime and gave her an international following. The first novel was followed by a series of sequels with Anne as the central character. Montgomery went on to publish 20 novels as well as 500 short stories and poems. Because many of the novels were set on Prince Edward Island, Canada and the Canadian province became literary landmarks. By the way, CBE is Commander of the Order of the British Empire.
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    Better than Volume One. This eBook conversion is excellent.

    Better than Volume One. This eBook conversion is excellent.

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