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Lucy Maud Montgomery - Days of Dreams and Laughter
This collection combines Lucy Maud Montgomery's two delightful Story Girsl novels - The Story Girl and the Golden Road - with Kilmeny of the Orchard, a poignant and romantic novel. Each of the stories takes place on Prince Edward Island, a setting the author knew and dearly loved, and the one that will be familiar to readers of the author's eternally popular Anne of Green Gables.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne válaszúton (Európa Könyvkiadó)
A regény az Anne-sorozat harmadik kötete, az Edward-szigeti falucskába egykor árvaként érkező, különleges érzékenységű és különlegesen fejlett beszédkészségű kislányból időközben ifjú hölggyé változott. Anne sorsát követi tovább, immár egyetemi évei során. Hallatlanul érdekes a századforduló Kanadájának egyetemi világa is, főleg, hogy akkoriban kezdett elterjedni a női hallgatók képzése. A regény azonban a diákélet leírása mellett Anne érzelmi életének bonyodalmait tárja föl. A vörös hajú, kivételesen formás orrú kamasz lány ugyancsak csinos hajadon lett. Az egyetemen nemcsak arra készül fel, milyen munkát fog végezni a későbbiekben, hanem egész életére kiható elhatározások előtt áll.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne 3. Anne válaszúton
A regény az Anne-sorozat harmadik kötete, az Edward-szigeti falucskába egykor árvaként érkező, különleges érzékenységű és különlegesen fejlett beszédkészségű kislányból időközben ifjú hölggyé változott. Anne sorsát követi tovább, immár egyetemi évei során. Hallatlanul érdekes a századforduló Kanadájának egyetemi világa is, főleg, hogy akkoriban kezdett elterjedni a női hallgatók képzése. A regény azonban a diákélet leírása mellett Anne érzelmi életének bonyodalmait tárja föl. A vörös hajú, kivételesen formás orrú kamasz lány ugyancsak csinos hajadon lett. Az egyetemen nemcsak arra készül fel, milyen munkát fog végezni a későbbiekben, hanem egész életére kiható elhatározások előtt áll.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Kilmeny ​of the Orchard
Twenty-four-year-old ​Eric Marshall arrives on Prince Edward Island to become a substitute schoolmaster, even though he has a bright future in his wealthy family's business. Eric has taken the two-month teaching post only as a favor to a friend - but fate throws in his path a beautiful, mysterious girl named Kilmeny Gordon. With jet black hair and sea blue eyes, Kilmeny immediately captures Eric's heart. But Kilmeny cannot speak, and Eric is concerned for and bewitched by this shy, sensitive mute girl. For the first time in his life, he must work hard for something he wants badly. And there is nothing he wants more than for Kilmeny to return his love.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Pat ​of Silver Bush / Mistress Pat
This ​carefully crafted ebook: “The Complete Pat of Silver Bush Series: Pat of Silver Bush + Mistress Pat” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents. Pat of Silver Bush (1933) is a novel written by Lucy Maud Montgomery, noted for her Anne of Green Gables series. It portrays a girl named Patricia Gardiner, who hates changes of any kind and loves her home, Silver Bush, more than anything else in the world. She is very devoted to her family: her father and mother, her brothers Joe and Sid, and her sisters Winnie and Rachel. The book begins when Pat is 7 years old and ends when she is 18. This book has a sequel, Mistress Pat (1935), which describes Patricia Gardiner's life in her twenties and early thirties, during which she remained single and took care of her beloved home, Silver Bush. Pat hated changes as much as ever, and found in Silver Bush a refuge where she was shielded from them, but changes happened nevertheless. In the course of eleven years, new servants, new neighbors and new lovers came and went, her brothers and sisters all got married, and life at Silver Bush was no longer as pleasant as before, but Pat clung to her love of it desperately. It was only in the face of horrible disasters that Pat found where her heart belonged for the rest of her life. Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874 – 1942), was a Canadian author best known for a series of novels beginning with Anne of Green Gables. Montgomery went on to publish 20 novels as well as 530 short stories, 500 poems, and 30 essays.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​of Avonlea
Five ​years on from her arrival at Green Gables, Anne Shirley is "half-past 16" and about to return to her old school as a teacher. Set on inspiring youthful minds and hearts she'll have none of Mr Harrison's pessimism. Anne also finds a new cause - the improvement of Avonlea.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Growing Up of Cornelia
The ​doleful fact is, I'm too wretchedly shy and awkward to live. It fills my soul with terror to think of donning long dresses and putting my hair up and going into society. I can't talk and men frighten me to death. I fall over things as it is, and what will it be with long dresses? As far back as I can remember it has been my one aim and object in life to escape company. Oh, if only one need never grow up! If I could only go back four years and stay there!

Lucy Maud Montgomery - L. ​M. Montgomery Short Stories 1907-1908
When ​Miss Bailey had gone on down the village street, Mrs. Falconer paused for a few moments at her gate, apparently lost in deep thought. She was perfectly well aware of all the hints that had been thrown out for her benefit that afternoon. She knew that the Aids, one and all, thought that she ought to take Camilla Clark. But she had no room to give her-for it was out of the question to think of putting her in Missy's room.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - L. ​M. Montgomery Short Stories 1905-1906
At ​sunset Sidney hurried to her room to take off the soiled and faded cotton dress she had worn while milking. She had milked eight cows and pumped water for the milk-cans afterward in the fag-end of a hot summer day. She did that every night, but tonight she had hurried more than usual because she wanted to get her letter written before the early farm bedtime. She had been thinking it out while she milked the cows in the stuffy little pen behind the barn. This monthly letter was the only pleasure and stimulant in her life. Existence would have been, so Sidney thought, a dreary, unbearable blank without it. She cast aside her milking-dress with a thrill of distaste that tingled to her rosy fingertips. As she slipped into her blue-print afternoon dress her aunt called to her from below. Sidney ran out to the dark little entry and leaned over the stair railing. Below in the kitchen there was a hubbub of laughing, crying, quarrelling children, and a reek of bad tobacco smoke drifted up to the girl's disgusted nostrils. Aunt Jane was standing at the foot of the stairs with a lamp in one hand and a year-old baby clinging to the other. She was a big shapeless woman with a round good-natured face-cheerful and vulgar as a sunflower was Aunt Jane at all times and occasions. "I want to run over and see how Mrs. Brixby is this evening, Siddy, and you must take care of the baby till I get back." Sidney sighed and went downstairs for the baby. It never would have occurred to her to protest or be petulant about it. She had all her aunt's sweetness of disposition, if she resembled her in nothing else. She had not grumbled because she had to rise at four that morning, get breakfast, milk the cows, bake bread, prepare seven children for school, get dinner, preserve twenty quarts of strawberries, get tea, and milk the cows again. All her days were alike as far as hard work and dullness went, but she accepted them cheerfully and uncomplainingly. But she did resent having to look after the baby when she wanted to write her letter. She carried the baby to her room, spread a quilt on the floor for him to sit on, and gave him a box of empty spools to play with. Fortunately he was a phlegmatic infant, fond of staying in one place, and not given to roaming about in search of adventures; but Sidney knew she would have to keep an eye on him, and it would be distracting to literary effort.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Magic ​for Marigold / Jane of Lantern Hill
We ​bring together these two novels by L. M. Montgomery, in one volume for you to enjoy. Magic For Marigold is a tale of a young girl, living with her family at their home named Cloud of Spruce on Prince Edward Island. Marigold is an imaginative girl who has plenty of adventures and fantasies growing up, many with her eccentric playmate, Sylvia! A book full of beauty and magic, not to be missed by fans of L. M. Montgomery. Jane of Lantern Hill is the story of an unsatisfied girl living with her mother, aunt and cranky old grandmother in Toronto, Ontario. Jane had always believed her father dead, but one day discovers he is alive and living on Prince Edward Island. When Jane eventually gets to meet her father and spends a summer on the island at Lantern Hill, she believes life couldn't get any better than that. Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on 30th November 1874, New London, in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. Her mother, Clara Woolner (Macneil), died before Lucy reached the age of two and so she was raised by her maternal grandparents in a family of wealthy Scottish immigrants. In 1908 Montgomery produced her first full-length novel, titled 'Anne of Green Gables'. It was an instant success, and following it up with several sequels, Montgomery became a regular on the best-seller list and an international household name.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Selected Journals of L. M. Montgomery
A ​bestseller in Canada, this book will fascinate the legions of devoted readers of Anne of Green Gables and Montgomery's other Anne books. Lucy Maud Montgomery (1874-1942) kept extensive journals for most of her life, beginning them in 1889 when she was fourteen and continuing them until shortly before her death. Spontaneous and frank, they are unusual for their narrative interest: Montgomery's gifts as a storyteller are as much in evidence here as in her novels. This first volume takes her to 1910, the year before her marriage, and culminates with the publication of Anne of Green Gables. The autobiographical content will intrigue every dedicated fan of the Anne books. But the Mongomery journals are especially interesting because they provide a unique social history and the privelege of viewing closely the life of a remarkable woman.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Chronicles ​of Avonlea
On ​Prince Edward Island, where Anne Shirley grew up in the sea-sprayed town of Avonlea, there was no shortage of wonderful stories. There was the case of Ludovic Speed, who wouldn't propose to the woman he had courted for fifteen years until Anne devised a plan to "speed" him up . . . if it didn't backfire and break his heart. But no one could blame mischievous Anne for the hilarious battle of the sexes that erupted when a man-hating woman and her cat got quarantined in the same house with a woman-hating bachelor and his dog. From sprawling Penhallow Grange, where a family waits nearly forever for two quarreling lovers to break their stubborn silence, to the tumbledown farm of Old Man Shaw, who awaits the return of his beloved daughter, L. M. Montgomery has written twelve tales of secret hopes and hidden dreams, filled with enchantment and humor.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​auf Green Gables
Was ​sollen die Cuthberts nur mit der quirligen Anne anstellen? Der lebenslustige Rotschopf stellt ihr sonst so beschauliches Leben ordentlich auf den Kopf. Dank ihres hitzigen Temperaments stolpert Anne von einer Katastrophe in die nächste! Aber zum Glück schafft sie es, auch die unmöglichsten Situationen irgendwie zu meistern ... Die turbulente Geschichte um das liebenswerte Waisenkind Anne, das auf der Farm Green Gables aufwächst, hat schon ganze Generationen begeistert! In der Fortsetzung sorgt Anne als Sechzehnjährige im Städtchen Avonlea für Aufregung. Enthält die Bände Anne auf Greengables und Anne in Avonlea.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Selected Journals of L. M. Montgomery 5.
The ​final volume of the immensely successful Selected Journals of L.M. Montgomery covers the years from 1935 to 1942, the year of Montgomery's death. It completes the story of a gifted creative writer who was also wife, mother, community leader, and public figure. No longer dwelling in a farm community or a small rural village, Lucy Maud Montgomery explored life in downtown Toronto and turned her journals into the unprecedented diary of a suburban housewife. Here she experienced the cultural riches the city had to offer while finding friendship and neighbourliness in the suburb of Swansea, where she settled with her husband. The journal chronicles her hopes and satisfaction with her new home and neighbourhood, but also her struggles with her own and her husband's recurring bouts of depression, and her worries over the academic performance and behaviour of her sons. The journals also record her views on world events such as the abdication of Edward VIII, Italy's invasion of Ethiopia, and the apparent inability of the League of Nations to deter Hitler. This final volume in the series offers an intimate eye-witness account of life in a growing city, a friendly neighbourhood, a changing world, and of a troubling family dynamic from 1935 to 1942, all recorded with Lucy Maud Montgomery's sharp eye and characteristic wit.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​auf dem Weg ins Glück
Den ​Beginn ihres Studiums in Kingsport hat sich Anne Shirley anders vorgestellt! Zum Glück hat sie ihre alten Schulfreunde Gilbert und Priscilla, die ihr über das erste Heimweh hinweghelfen. Und Anne wäre nicht Anne, wenn sie nicht auch am College ordentlich für Wirbel sorgen würde. Noch dazu gilt es, die erste Liebe zu überstehen! Nach ihrem Examen und frisch verlobt nimmt Anne eine Stelle als Rektorin an der Summerside-High-School an. Dort kommt sie bei zwei schrulligen, aber liebenswerten alten Damen unter, die Anne in ihr Herz schließen. Dagegen "tyrannisiert" die alteingesessene Familie der Pringles das ganze Städtchen geradezu! Das kann Anne natürlich nicht dulden ... Enthält die Bände "Anne in Kingsport" und "Anne in Windy Willows".

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Rilla ​of Ingleside
Anne's ​children were almost grown up, except for pretty, high-spirited Rilla. No one could resist her bright hazel eyes and dazzling smile. Rilla, almost fifteen, can't think any further ahead than going to her very first dance at the Four Winds lighthouse and getting her first kiss from handsome Kenneth Ford. But undreamed-of challenges await the irrepressible Rilla when the world of Ingleside becomes endangered by a far-off war. Her brothers go off to fight, and Rilla brings home an orphaned newborn in a soup tureen. She is swept into a drama that tests her courage and leaves her changed forever.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​válaszúton
Anne ​egy időre maga mögött hagyja szeretett Prince Edward-szigetét a kingsporti Redmond College kedvéért. Itt nemcsak matematikából, görögből és számos egyéb tárgyból vesz leckéket, hanem fontos dolgokat tanul az életről és a szerelemről is. Anne barátnőjével, Priscillával beköltözik Patty Házába, befogad egy kóbor macskát, ötször megkérik a kezét (a leánykéréseket rendre visszautasítja), és ez alatt egyre azon tűnődik, miért akarja Gilbert Blythe elrontani tökéletes barátságukat azzal, hogy folyton a szerelemről szónokol neki. Hamarosan azonban gyökerestől megváltozik az élete, amikor felbukkan Roy Gardner. Roy jóképű és gazdag, egyszóval pontosan az a férfi, akit Anne megálmodott magának. Amikor azonban eljön a pillanat, hogy kimondja a boldogító igent, a lány arra kényszerül, hogy számot vessen önmagával és érzelmeivel. Vajon mi vagy ki áll Anne boldogságának útjában? És vajon elmegy-e a lány addig a pontig, ahonnan már nincs visszaút? A rendkívül népszerű kanadai írónő legismertebb sorozatának harmadik darabját tartja a kezében az olvasó.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - After ​Many Days
“A ​life may go on without ripple or disturbance for so many years that it may seem to have settled into a lasting calm; then a sudden wind of passion may sweep over it and leave behind a wake of tempestuous waters.” This sentence from “The Setness of Theodosia” is the keynote to After Many Days: Tales of Time Passed, the fourth collection of L.M. Montgomery stories to be published from those rediscovered by Rea Wilmshurst. The “wind of passion” sweeps through the lives of Montgomery’s characters in many different guises in these tales. It may come when a lover or family black sheep returns home. It may come as the chance to wreak a revenge plotted over decades. It may come as confession welling from a guilty soul. But the endings here are all happy, because the characters in these stories demonstrate the virtues that Montgomery believed in: patience, trust, forbearance, and love; they deserve their rewards. L.M. Montgomery’s many avid readers have been delighted with the first three volumes in this series: Akin to Anne, Along the Shore, and Among the Shadows. They will be no less delighted with this new collection.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Emily Starr Series
This ​series tells the story of an orphaned girl using her wit and courage to face the harsh world she finds herself in. Emily grows from childhood to adulthood over the course of the three books. Written by Lucy Maud Montgomery, the Canadian author who is perhaps best known for her novel ‘Anne of Green Gables.’ A fascinating novel of the period that is still an interesting and entertaining read today. Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on 30th November 1874, New London, in the Canadian province of Prince Edward Island. Her mother, Clara Woolner (Macneil), died before Lucy reached the age of two and so she was raised by her maternal grandparents in a family of wealthy Scottish immigrants. In 1908 Montgomery produced her first full-length novel, titled 'Anne of Green Gables'. It was an instant success, and following it up with several sequels, Montgomery became a regular on the best-seller list and an international household name.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Rainbow ​Valley
Anne ​Shirley is grown up, has married her beloved Gilbert and now is the mother of six mischievous children. These boys and girls discover a special place all their own, but they never dream of what will happen when the strangest family moves into an old nearby mansion. The Meredith clan is two boys and two girls, with minister father but no mother -- and a runaway girl named Mary Vance. Soon the Meredith kids join Anne's children in their private hideout to carry out their plans to save Mary from the orphanage, to help the lonely minister find happiness, and to keep a pet rooster from the soup pot. There's always an adventure brewing in the sun-dappled world of Rainbow Valley.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Jane ​of Lantern Hill
Jane ​Victoria Stuart, called Victoria by her family, lives in Toronto, Ontario, with her mother, grandmother, and aunt. Her grandmother is very strict and is jealous of anything that her daughter Robin, (Jane's mother), loves. Jane does not like having to live with her grandmother and wishes she and her mother could escape. Her only friend is Josephine Turner, Jody for short, an orphan who lives next door in the boarding house and is a servant. Jane also likes to cook, but she is not allowed to by her grandmother. One day, a letter from her estranged father arrives, asking that Jane stay with him for the summer on Prince Edward Island, her birthplace. Jane is very reluctant about going, but one of her uncles says that it would be best if she went. At the island, Jane meets her Aunt Irene and takes an instant dislike to her. The next morning, she meets her father for the first time and loves him from the start. The two buy a little house on Lantern Hill and Jane takes on the role of housekeeper. Jane soon becomes friends with all the neighbors, such as the Snowbeam family and the Jimmy Johns, (to distinguish them from a James Garland and a John Garland). She also gains backbone and, upon her return to Toronto, is able to stand up to her grandmother. The next summer, Jane returns to the island and is reunited with her father and friends. There she has many adventures, including finding a lion that had escaped from a circus and fearlessly locking it up in a barn. When she receives a letter from Jody, saying that she will be sent to an orphanage, Jane talks with the Titus ladies, a pair of sisters who want to adopt a child. Initially they say no, but after having second thoughts, they decide to adopt Jody. Upon her return to Toronto, Jane tells her the good news and Jody soon leaves for the island, promising to see Jane in the summer. In the meantime, Jane finds out precisely why her parents have separated. She discovers that her grandmother was against their marriage and when her mother had returned home for a visit after some arguments, the grandmother had convinced her to stay. One day, Jane receives a letter from Aunt Irene saying that Jane's father is going to Boston, probably to get a divorce from her mother, and it is likely he will remarry. Jane is shocked by the news and immediately hops on a train back to the island. She has to walk three miles from the station in the cold and wet to the house on Lantern Hill, where her father assures her that he is not going to get a divorce or remarry. He is going to Boston, but only to meet with publishers about a book of his that has been accepted. Jane then catches pneumonia and her father sends a telegram to her mother. Robin, ignoring her mother's command of staying in Toronto, goes to the island to be with Jane. Jane's parents make up and the book ends with Jane mostly recovered and making plans for her reunited family.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Emily's ​Quest
Emily ​knows she's going to be a great writer. She also knows that she and her childhood sweetheart, Teddy Kent, will conquer the world together. But when Teddy leaves home to pursue his goal to become an artist at the School of Design in Montreal, Emily's world collapses. With Teddy gone, Emily agrees to marry a man she doesn't love... as she tries to banish all thoughts of Teddy. In her heart, Emily must search for what being a writer really means....

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne's ​House of Dreams
Gilbert ​Blythe, is finally a doctor, and in the sunshine of the old orchard, among their dearest friends, he and Anne are about to speak their vows. They will be bound for a new life together and their own dream house on the purple shores of Four Winds.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - The ​Golden Road
When ​Sara Stanley, the Story Girl, returns to Carlisle to spend the winter with the King family, she comes up with a great idea. To help them through the dreary months ahead, she, Felicity, Cecily, and Dan will publish a magazine. From "Personals" to "Fashion Notes" to an etiquette column and stories of the most interesting happenings in Carlisle, Our Magazine quickly becomes the most entertaining publication anyone in town has ever read. But seasons pass, nothing is forever -- and soon it will be time for the Story Girl to leave her good friends on Prince Edward Island, friends with whom she has walked the golden road of youth.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​of Windy Poplars
While ​waiting for Gilbert to finish his medical studies, Anne takes up her first job away from Avonlea: she is the principal of Summerside High School. She has to fight the Pringle family who wanted their relative to be principal and therefore try to make her fail; and she must help a little girl living nearby who lives with her cold-hearted relatives. As before, she bumps into many small or bigger "adventures" and interesting, lovely or not so lovely people in Summerside.

Lucy Maud Montgomery - Anne ​otthonra talál
Avonlea ​kanadai falucska népe felbolydul: vajon mi indíthatta a besavanyodott agglegényt, Matthew Cuthbertet, no meg kardos nővérét, a háztartását parancsnoki szigorral vezető Marillát, hogy árva gyereket fogadjanak tanyájukra? Bizony, a szorgalmas, puritán testvérpár fölött eljárt az idő - segítségre van szükségük, és ki lenne erre alkalmasabb, mint holmi apátlan-anyátlan legényke, aki örül, ha fedelet kap a feje fölé? Mekkora aztán Matt meglepetése, amikor a várt legényke helyett egy pulykatojásképű, vörös hajú leányzó várja szerény bőröndjén üldögélve, hogy örökbefogadója megjelenjen... Matthew legszívesebben azonnal visszaküldené, Marillától sem várhat sokat a jövevény, aki, mint kiderül, az Anne névre hallgat. Vissza is penderítenék menten, ha a különlegesen fejlett szókinccsel rendelkező, jég hátán is megélő kis árva lány, akit jócskán cibált már az élet, és alapos ismereteket szerzett a felnőttek világáról, ki nem vágná magát a kutyaszorítóból, és lány létére nélkülözhetetlenné nem tenné magát a derék idősödő testvérpár életében... Persze az út a kölcsönös megértéshez, mi több: a szeretethez ugyancsak rögös, de a talpraesett kislány sikerrel végigjárja: segíti ebben élénk képzelete, és az, hogy a világot szépnek és megjavíthatónak látja.

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