Book Reviews

There is so Much Scope for the Imagination

That title remind you of anything? Me too.

Even though I’m not a small child, I still love Anne of Green Gables. I mean who doesn’t 😜? It will always have a special place in my heart. Growing up I never actually read the book (I know, I know, it’s terrible I don’t even know how I can consider myself a bookworm), but my sister and I would always watch the 1980s versions of the movies. We would act out the scenes, me playing Gilbert, and her Anne. I remember just wandering around the house humming and dancing to the little tune that would always play during the most endearing parts of the movies (you know which one I’m talking about 😏). But recently I finally got my act together and actually read the book. IT MADE IT TO MY LIST OF FAVORITES FROM THE FIRST PAGE. I mean I didn’t have any doubt it would πŸ˜‚, but still. So for those of you who have never read the book or seen the movies, you probably have no idea what “Anne of Green Gables” is about. Here is a short synopsis:

Anne Shirley is a young orphan girl who just wants to be part of a real family. After a mistake made by the woman in charge of retrieving an orphan for brother and sister Matthew and Marrilla Cuthbert, Anne comes to live in Avonlea. The story tells of her ups and downs living with the Cuthberts, and readers are able to watch her grow up right before their eyes. Anne of Green Gables is the perfect book for anyone who wants a heartfelt read with lots of laugh worthy moments.

So let me know what you peeps think in the comments πŸ˜‰. Also let’s just go ahead and pretend I never said I would post only once a week. I’m just not gonna put a limit on it, so we’ll see what happens. I’m so indecisive πŸ˜‚.

Byeeeee! Xoxoxoxo

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