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3. Lovell's gazetteer of British
4. If You're Stronghearted : Prince
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6. Lovell's Gazetteer of British
7. Anne of Green Gables (Oxford Children's
8. Along the Shore
9. Anne of Green Gables (All Aboard
10. Anne of Ingleside (Anne of Green
11. Rilla of Ingleside (Anne of Green

1. Cities in Prince Edward Island: Charlottetown, Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Egmont, Summerside Western Capitals, 1997 Royal Bank Cup
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Chapters: Charlottetown, Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Egmont, Summerside Western Capitals, 1997 Royal Bank Cup, 1989 Centennial Cup, Summerside Airport, Cjrw-Fm, Charlottetown-Victoria Park, Summerside-St. Eleanors, Charlottetown-Brighton, Charlottetown-Sherwood, Charlottetown-Lewis Point, Summerside-Wilmot, Charlottetown-Parkdale, Charlottetown Police Department, Charlottetown City Council. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 72. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Charlottetown -Fort Amherst is situated south of the city on the western side of the approaches to Charlottetown Harbour.The first European settlers in the area were French; personnel from Fortress Louisbourg founded a settlement in 1720 named Port La Joye on the southwestern part of the harbour opposite the present-day city. This settlement was led by Michel Haché-Gallant, who used his sloop to ferry Acadian settlers from Louisbourg. In August 1758, at the height of the Seven Years' War, a British fleet took control of the settlement and the rest of the island, promptly deporting those French settlers that they could find (this being fully three years after the original Acadian Expulsion in Nova Scotia). British forces built Fort Amherst near the site of the abandoned Port La Joye settlement to protect the entrance to the harbour. Charlottetown was selected as the site for the county seat of Queens County in the colonial survey of 1764 by Captain Samuel Holland of the Royal Engineers. A year later, Charlottetown was made the colonial capital of St. John's Island. Further surveys conducted between 17681771 established the street grid and public squares which can be seen in the city's historic district. The town was named in honour of Queen Charlotte, consort of King George III. Charlottetown was named for Queen Charl...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=16829280 ... Read more

2. People by City or Town in Prince Edward Island: People From Charlottetown, People From Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Milton Acorn
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Chapters: People From Charlottetown, People From Summerside, Prince Edward Island, Milton Acorn, Franklin Knight Lane, Tara Maclean, Al Macadam, Amber Macarthur, Heather Moyse, Shawn Murphy, Charles Andrew Macgillivary, Louis Henry Davies, Nathan Mciver, Mike Duffy, Robert Ghiz, Steve Ott, Drew Macintyre, Brian James Mackinnon, Bob Macmillan, James Hyndman, Doug Maclean, Lloyd Duffy, Frederick Thornton Peters, Lorie Kane, John Hamilton Gray, Logan Macmillan, David Macdonald, Michael Kennedy, Errol Thompson, Al Tuck, Darryl Boyce, Joe Ghiz, Barbara Oliver Hagerman, Bob Stewart, Roly Macintyre, Carl Frederick Burke, Jonathan Torrens, Graham James, Gerard Gallant, Jenn Mcginn, Robert Falconer, Alexander Warburton, Mark Macguigan, Joe Mcguire, Walter Moyse, Alex Campbell, Edward Palmer, Tanya Davis, Frederick Peters, Samuel Prowse, David Gordon Cheverie, Dave Cameron, Thomas Heath Haviland, Robert Harris, Thane Campbell, Nathan Wiley, Herbert James Palmer, Lemuel Owen, Evan Cheverie, Kathy O'rourke, Basil King, Thomas Michael Mcmillan, Martha Macisaac, Francis Haszard, Saddle River Stringband, Elmer Ferguson, Arthur Peters, Montague Aldous, John Theophilus Jenkins, Gene Maclellan, Stephen Rice Jenkins, Ryan Anstey, Catherine Maclellan, Philip Francis Little, Joey Kitson, Chris Murphy, Jedediah Slason Carvell, Bill Macmillan, John Chabot, Donald Wood, Daniel Davies, Beryl Gaffney, Jeff Macarthur, Kent Paynter, Alfred Lefurgey, William Critchlow Harris, Dean Constable, Gordon Lockhart Bennett, Frederick de St Croix Brecken, Robert Hodgson, Suzanne Birt, Wayne Cheverie, Lestock P. W. Desbrisay, Francis Longworth, Creelman Macarthur, Nelson Rattenbury, Elmer Macfadyen, Jake Milford, Robyn Macphee, George Proud, Gary Robichaud, Chester Gillan, John Brecken, John Longworth, Henry Beer, Brett Gallant, Benjamin Davies, Patrick Blake, Lemuel E. Prowse, Jackie Torrens, Ian Macdonald, Alexander Charles Bertram, Thomas William Lemuel Prowse...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=887460 ... Read more

3. Lovell's gazetteer of British North America: containing the latest and most authentic descriptions of over six thousand cities, towns and villages in the ... Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Manitob
by P A. b. 1842 Crossby, John Lovell
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4. If You're Stronghearted : Prince Edward Island in the Twentieth Century
by Edward D.; Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation Staff MacDonald
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5. AAA CAA Atlantic Provinces, Quebec: Charlottetown, Fredericton, Halifax, Montreal, Quebec City, St. John, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec: Driving Dist
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6. Lovell's Gazetteer of British North America Containing the Latest and Most Authentic Descriptions of Over Six Thousand Cities, Towns and Villages in the Provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, British Columbia and the North West Territories : ...
by P.A. Crossby
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7. Anne of Green Gables (Oxford Children's Classics)
by L. M. Montgomery
Hardcover: 384 Pages (2007-09-10)
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If you love a good story, then look no further.Oxford Children's Classics bring together the most unforgettable stories ever told. They're books to treasure and return to again and again.

Orphan Anne has always dreamed of being part of a proper family. So when she's chosen to go and live with the Cuthberts, life looks grand. But the Cuthberts wanted a little boy to help them on Green Gables farm, not a girl. They cannot keep her. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A tale of a red girl that my three daughters read ove and over again
Anne of Green Gables is one the great childrens books. It is an epic tale filled with rich wonderful characters and is a magical journey for any young reader to take. ... Read more

8. Along the Shore
by L.M. Montgomery
Paperback: 288 Pages (1990-06-01)
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This is a collection of stories by popular writer L.M. Montgomery which captures the haunting beauty and drama of living on Prince Edward Island, surrounded by the sea. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars LMM stories with a seaside theme
This collection of short stories written by L.M. Montgomery share a common theme with their seaside settings.One of the most enjoyable aspects of these tales is their wonderful descriptions of the ocean and the sunrises and sunsets; I could close my eyes after reading one and almost imagine exactly how it would look.

Other than their common setting, this is a fairly diverse collection of stories.Some are romantic, some are a bit suspenseful, some are humorous, and some combine several elements.Those of you who have read Anne of Avonlea will recognize the Paul Irving-like character in "A Soul That Was Not At Home"."The Life-Book Of Uncle Jesse" will also be familiar to readers of Anne's House of Dreams.And the collection's final tale, "A House Divided Against Itself" is very nearly identical to the quarrel that takes place between two of the characters in the last chapter of A Tangled Web, even down to the jarring racial slur (the n-word) at the story's end.

One of the stories also contains a character with possible bipolar disorder ("Four Winds") and another includes a suicide.Not everything here is happiness and light, but if you are a fan of LMM's other short stories, I think you will like this collection as well.

4-0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable classic
I have to say that this collection was a bit better than 'The Doctor's Sweetheart' and 'Among the Shadows', though I didn't like two stories 'The Awakening of Helen' and 'A House Divided'. I know that most of these stories were written about a hundred years ago, but I was dismayed at the use of the 'n' word in the latter story I mentioned. But some of the other stories were good reads. If you're a LM Montgomery fan, then you should check out this collection. There's a few not-so-good stories, but some great ones. While Anne of Green Gables was a great kid's book, this collection and her other collections really are more for the young adult and older crowd.

5-0 out of 5 stars short stories by lucy maud montgomery
If you love Lucy Maud Montgomery and you haven't read this book, what are you waiting for?It's another great collection of her wonderful uplifting short stories.

5-0 out of 5 stars Pure L.M. style
A wonderful book, filled with wonderful stories.

The only story I didn't like was 'Helen's Awakening'.I added to the story on my computer, not wanting the story to end like it did.

But the rest of the stories were so good.I agree with another reviewer.'Young Si' was the best story.


5-0 out of 5 stars Absolutely Wonderful!
You'd laugh if you could see my current copy of this book - completely dogeared, about 2" larger than it should b/c it's gotten wet reading it in the bathtub.:)I pull it out and re-read it whenever I need a quick escape.My favorite story is "Young Si" an absolutely delightful romance.Just for this story alone, the book is worth it.Another wonderful short story offering my LM Montgomery. ... Read more

9. Anne of Green Gables (All Aboard Reading)
by L. M. Montgomery
Paperback: 48 Pages (2001-03-19)
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Anne is a young orphan who finally finds a home at Green Gables, but it's not exactly smooth-sailing. Anne always seems to find herself getting into scrapes! This easy-to-read adaptation of L.M. Montgomery's classic is guaranteed to hook beginning readers not yet ready to tackle the original. ... Read more

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1-0 out of 5 stars THIS IS NOT ANNE OF GREEN GABLES!
Look on the cover.It says "Adapted by".This is not Lucy Maud Montgomery's book, and it is not even well-written.The story has been ripped off and re-written for younger readers.

Anne of Green Gables is a children's classic, and would be enjoyed by girls with a reading level of 5th grade and above.Girls aged 5 - 12 would love the stories.It is best to wait until you can read the actual version, though, for the value of the literature and the humor in the author's brilliant pen.Purchase an unabridged edition instead of this adapted version.

1-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
This is a heavily abridged, dumbed down version of Anne of Green Gables.I recommend spending a little more and buying a complete version.

4-0 out of 5 stars Anne of Green Gables
Anne of Green Gables
Anne of Green Gables is a story about a little orphan girl. Anne is a nine year old girl with wild red hair and a spunky personality. Her wild imagination gets her into trouble even if she intends to do the right thing. Marilia, her legal mother, is hoping for the best out of Anne and restricts her from doing many things. That just prompts Anne to show her mother that she is better than her mother thinks she is. If you like a book about love and adventure, this is the book for you.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Review of L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables
What would you do if you called the orphanage for a boy, but instead you ended up with a girl? That's just what happened to Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert in L. M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables. Except they didn't end up with just some ordinary girl, it was Anne Shirley, a talkative, imaginative eleven year old.
Anne finds herself at an old farm called Green Gables. With all its graceful trees and flowers, she thinks it is heaven. Anne lived there at that wonderful farm in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. She has bright, red hair that is as red as her temper was strong. Anne is a disaster waiting to happen, for she made her best friend Diana Barry drunk with currant wine when she thought it was raspberry cordial at a tea party. Because of this, Mrs. Barry didn't want Diana to be associating with Anne. When Diana's little sister grew ill Anne gave her medicine and saved her life. Mrs. Barry forgave Anne and let her play with her daughter. When Anne first goes to school, curly haired Gilbert Blythe tries to get her attention, but she was staring intently at the teacher. So he grabs her hair and whispers carrots, because her hair is carrot red. She gets so mad that she brings her slate right down on top of his head. Anne vows she will never forgive him, or will she? Marilla tries desperately to bring Anne up as a civilized person. Will all of her efforts pay off? Perhaps Marilla will have to accept who Anne is, and Anne may have to control herself. Matthew accepts Anne for who she is and loves her very dearly for it.
Anne of Green Gables is heart-warming. It is full of action as Anne makes wiser choices, and grows into a young lady. I liked the book because it is enjoyable to see Anne make all of the errors she makes. I recommend this book to those who enjoy seeing a character learn from her mistakes.--Morgan V.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm now a member of the Anne fan club
I was a bookworm as a child, but for some reason, no one ever told me to read this book.It was only in discussing my adult friend's favorite books that Anne kept being mentioned.I'm 38 years old, and I decided to read it.

It was a simple sentence at the end of the third chapter that caused my eyes to fill with tears that made me know that I was forever a member of the Anne with an "E" fan club: "And upstairs, in the east gable, a lonely, heart-hungry, friendless child cried herself to sleep" (p. 36).

And the rest defies words. I loved this imaginative girl, and the spinster and her brother whose lives she cheered, and the kindness and joy of bosom friends, kindred spirits, friendly competition, happy tears, sad tears, dresses with puffed sleeves and flounces, and second chances.

So, yes, I finally read this book that has been beloved by many. They might have had a jump start on me, knowing and loving Anne for twenty years or so, but now I love her too.

And better yet -- I didn't let my ten-year-old daughter miss out on meeting Anne.She read it as well and loved her too.She's usually a fantasy/adventure reader but when I saw the depths of Anne's imagination and her exuberance, I knew that my daughter would enjoy it, and she did. ... Read more

10. Anne of Ingleside (Anne of Green Gables, No. 6)
by L.M. Montgomery
Paperback: 277 Pages (1984-06-01)
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The continued saga of the now adult, Anne, mother of five children. ... Read more

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5-0 out of 5 stars A Marriage Made of Anne and Gilbert...
"Anne of Ingleside" is the sixth book in Lucy Maud Montgomery's superb "Anne of Green Gables" series.Anne and Gilbert have been married nine years and live in the large house they call Ingleside.Gilbert has a thriving medical practice in Glen St. Mary; he and Anne have five young children, with a sixth on the way.They have also the unique maid of all work Susan Baker.

The story centers around a lively series of domestic crises, large and small, delivered with humor and gentle wisdom.Some are typical childhood events, such as the death of a treasured pet or the consequences of a lie.Some affect everyone, such as the prolonged stay of Gilbert's ill-tempered Aunt Mary Maria, whose pessimistic posturing threatens to unhinge the whole family.Some are quite frightening, such as Anne's near-fatal bout with pneumonia.

Near book's end, Anne suffers a crisis of confidence in her marriage.Her fears are triggered by Gilbert's air of preoccupation and a visit by an embittered Christine Stuart, whom Anne once saw as a rival for Gilbert's affections.Anne's imagination will lead her down a dark path to an empty marriage sustained for the sake of her children, before a fateful conversation with her husband.

"Anne of Ingleside" and "Anne of Windy Poplars" were written years after the original six "Anne" novels, to fill in gaps in her story.Montgomery cleverly uses "Ingleside" to update the reader on characters previously introduced in "Windy Poplars", including Rebecca Dew, Jen Pringle, and the now grown Elizabeth Grayson, as well as to drop one or two hints of the future.

"Anne of Ingleside" is rich in the details of a maturing marriage.It is also an introduction to the little Blythe's, each healthy, imaginative, and unique, of whom we will see more in "Rainbow Valley."It is highly recommended as a very good read to "Anne" fans of all ages.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not the Best
Anne of Ingleside is the sixth book in L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables series. This novel takes place about seven years after Anne's House of Dreams (book 5,) and Anne is the married mother of five children.

Anne in her mid-thirties is not as fun-loving a character as she was in the earlier books. She has much more responsibility now and this is plainly illustrated for the reader in Anne of Ingleside. I understand that Anne's freedom has been curtailed a bit by her choices, but Montgomery paints her life in such a negative light that I can't help but wonder what happened to the real Anne? Anne Shirley was always a "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade" kind of girl, but as a wife and mother she seems bitter and resentful of the people around her.

Most of the story however is really about Anne's children in this novel and unfortunately, they all seem like paler versions of their mother. They are a little boring and ill-formed, and their so-called "adventures" are not very interesting at all. All in all, Anne of Ingleside was a disappointment and I am worried about the next two books...

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing :(
Now, I love Anne, I really do. I've read the first five books many times. But this one falls quite flat. LMM spends about a page every chapter describing the flowers and the trees and whatnot, which gets old fast. Additionally, I feel like I as a reader got demoted. While Anne and Gilbert have their lives, the reader gets relegated to the kiddie table to see what hi-jinx the children are up to. I'm sure the children are great, but I've followed Anne from eleven years old, and I want to stay with her. I felt condescended to.

The quilting chapter bored me utterly to death. The other characters that were introduced came and went too quickly...except for Aunt Mary Maria, I felt cheated out of getting to know anyone. The whole book is too much telling, not enough showing. Overall..it was just a struggle to get through, which I only managed because I think it's a shame not to read the whole series.

2-0 out of 5 stars bitterness instead of cheerful lightness
This books was only written in 1939, three years before Montgomery's death and slipped in as the 6th volume long after what is now volume 7 and 8 were published. It has little of the lightheartedness of the earlier Anne books. It is more like a collection of short stories, were chapters are dedicated to the different children of Anne. Many of the stories are filled with bitterness and spite and bad gossip. Gossip has always been a part of the Anne books, but here it shows its nasty side, its destructiveness. It is not the entertaining gossip of good hearted women like Mrs. Rachel Lynde or Miss Cornelia. The children have again and again very painful experiences within their social circle and their disappointment in friends somehow doesn't seem to be theirs but the authors. To make matters worse, the book has no story line and is barely held together by the cycle of the year with its seasons.
It feels very much like this book was not written because Montgomery wanted to, but she had to, whether under pressure from readers, the publisher or others and she did not enjoy it. It reflects a negativity and bitterness that is hard to take and one has to wonder what frame of mind she was in when she wrote it. Fortunately, as the book was added later, it is not necessary to read it to understand the later books and can be easily skipped which is my recommendation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Jen
I loved this book.I admit I love all the Anne books, but this one is one of my favorites.I loved hearing about her children and more about what is going on in Anne's head. It is a sweet book. ... Read more

11. Rilla of Ingleside (Anne of Green Gables, No. 8)
by L.M. Montgomery
Paperback: 277 Pages (1985-12-01)
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Anne's daughter Rilla awaits undreamed of challenges and struggles that will turn the young girl into a proud woman. ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars reality
i think that this story is a nice change from all those other war stories where everyone is scared but knows that everything will turn out fine.this story actually shows the truth.that people get scared but have to pull through the pain and fear and comfort those unable to do so.people die people get injured,some people are just emotionally hurt,and sometimesthings just dont work out.i think this story is refreshingly real.

4-0 out of 5 stars Rilla of Ingleside
I thought this was a nice ending to "Anne of Green Gables." At first, I thought I wasn't going to like it as Rilla came off as a giggly, carefree girl, which was rather annoying. But after the war came, she got much better, and I ended up liking this book better than Rainbow Valley, but I like the books following Anne the best (House of Dreams is my favorite).

5-0 out of 5 stars The Women at Home...
"Rilla of Ingleside" is the moving eighth novel in Lucy Maud Montgomery's superb "Anne of Green Gables" series.The onset of the First World War overtakes the happy family of Anne and Gilbert Blythe in the peaceful Prince Edward Island community of Glen St. Mary.Anne's sons and the sons of the neighboring Meredith family are all too soon off to war with the Canadian Army.

Left behind to cope are the women of the Ingleside household: Anne Blythe, maid of all work Susan Baker, boarding schoolmarm Gertrude Oliver, and Anne's fifteen-year old daughter Rilla.They must keep up the homefront while suffering through difficult war news and the long intervals between letters from Europe.

The story centers on Rilla, who finds romance on the last night of peace with Kenneth Ford, to whom she makes an adult promise as he ships off to war.Rilla, the least ambitious of the talented Blythe children, suddenly finds the grit to care for an abandoned war-baby and to lead the local Junior Red Cross chapter.She will console a favorite brother accused of cowardice and the silently suffering girl he leaves behind.She will arrange the quick wartime marriage of two friends.And she will find the strength to stand with a beloved mother about to experience her greatest tragedy.

By turns whimsical, tragic, humorous, and heroic, "Rilla of Ingleside" is some of the very best of Montgomery's honest, life-confirming prose.Few readers will be unmoved by the last letter of a Blythe son in the chapter "And So, Good Night" or by the ending, as Rilla waits to learn her fate with the man to whom she believes she is engaged.

"Rilla of Ingleside" is very highly recommended to fans of the "Anne of Green Gables" series.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Close to the Series
Rilla of Ingleside is the final book in L.M. Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables series. The story is of Rilla, Anne and Gilbert Blythe's youngest daughter. It has been nearly ten years since the events of Rainbow Valley took place, and Rilla is fourteen. Europe has joined in World War I and many boys from Canada are going to war, including Rilla's brothers and the Meredith boys. With her sisters and friends away at college, Rilla is left at home with her parents. Over the next few years she grows from a fun-loving child into a more mature young woman.

Rilla of Ingleside is not much of an Anne book in the classical sense - there is not much Anne in the story, as was the case with the last few books in the series. However, taken alone Rilla of Ingleside is a very interesting and well-written novel. L.M. Montgomery's account of World War I from the homefront and out of the eyes of Rilla Blythe is breathtaking. The tragedy of war is illustrated second-hand, through the effect it has on the women waiting for their sons and husbands at home.

Rilla of Ingleside is a realistic and emotional journey through the minds and hearts of the people left behind in war - friends and family waiting, with lives put on hold. Though it is heartbreaking at times (as stories set in times of war tend to be,) it is expressive and penetrative and gives the reader an authentic look at the Canadanian homefront during World War I. Rilla of Ingleside is a beautifully written and powerful novel.

5-0 out of 5 stars An excellent story
Nancy in Seattle, WA: The grown family of Anne Shirley and the effects of WW I.This is a moving story and well written. ... Read more


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