"I'm not a bit changednot really. I'm only just pruned down and branched out. The real MEback hereis jut the same." Millions of adults grew up reading and rereading Anne of Green Gables, L.M. Montgomery's century-old story of an orphan girl who found a new life on the farm of a likeable couple. Their copies of the novel are now battered or long-since discarded, but this winning children's classic deserves to kept and reread for its sentimental value or, even better, passed onto the next generation. This attractive deluxe edition fits either need admirably.