my former teacher,
HATTIE GORDON SMITH
in grateful remembrance of her
sympathy and encouragement."
At age sixteen, Anne is grown up... almost. Her grey eyes shine like evening stars, but her red hair is still as peppery as her temper. In the years since she arrived at Green Gables as a freckle-faced orphan, she has earned the love of the people of Avonlea and a reputation for getting into scrapes. But when Anne begins her job as the new schoolteacher, the real test of her character begins. Along with teaching the three Rs, she is learning how complicated life can be when she meddles in someone else's romance, finds two new orphans at Green Gables and wonders about the strange behavior of the very handsome Gilbert Blythe. As Anne enters womanhood, her adventures touch the heart and the funny bone. (from the 1998 Bantam Books reissue)
Chapter 1: An Irate NeighborEdit
Chapter 2: Selling in Haste and Repenting at LeisureEdit
Chapter 3: Mr. Harrison at HomeEdit
Chapter 4: Different OpinionsEdit
Chapter 5: A Full-fledged Schoolma'amEdit
Chapter 6: All Sorts and Conditions of Men ... and WomenEdit
Chapter 7: The Pointing of DutyEdit
Chapter 8: Marilla Adopts TwinsEdit
Chapter 9: A Question of ColourEdit
Chapter 10: Davy in Search of a SensationEdit
Chapter 11: Facts and FanciesEdit
Chapter 12: A Jonah DayEdit
Chapter 13: A Golden PicnicEdit
Chapter 14: A Danger AvertedEdit
Chapter 15: The Beginning of VacationEdit
Chapter 16: The Substance of Things Hoped ForEdit
Chapter 17: A Chapter of AccidentsEdit
Chapter 18: An Adventure on the Tory RoadEdit
Chapter 19: Just a Happy DayEdit
Chapter 20: The Way It Often HappensEdit
Chapter 21: Sweet Miss LavendarEdit
Chapter 22: Odds and EndsEdit
Chapter 23: Miss Lavendar's RomanceEdit
Chapter 24: A Prophet in His Own CountryEdit
Chapter 25: An Avonlea ScandalEdit
Chapter 26: Around the BendEdit
Chapter 27: An Afternoon at the Stone HouseEdit
Chapter 28: The Prince Comes Back to the Enchanted PalaceEdit
Chapter 29: Poetry and ProseEdit
Chapter 30: A Wedding at the Stone HouseEdit
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- Anne of Avonlea (1975), a six-episode TV series starring Kim Braden as Anne. It is the sequel to the TV series Anne of Green Gables (1972), now believed to be lost.
- Anne of Avonlea (1954), a Canadian radio drama, originally produced and broadcast on CBC Radio in 1954. It starred Toby Tarnow as Anne.
- Anne of Avonlea (1979), a Polish radio drama, originally produced and broadcast in 1979. It was directed by Maria Wachowiak and starred Anna Romantowska as Anne.
Television films and miniseries
- Anne of Green Gables: The Sequel (1987), a television film directed by Kevin Sullivan of Sullivan Entertainment and starring Megan Follows as Anne, Jonathan Crombie as Gilbert Blythe, Schuyler Grant as Diana Barry and Colleen Dewhurst as Marilla Cuthbert. It was first aired in Canada under the title Anne of Avonlea, and is the sequel to the 1985 television film Anne of Green Gables, based on Anne of Green Gables. It was followed up by Anne of Green Gables: The Continuing Story (2000) and Anne of Green Gables: A New Beginning (2008), neither of which are based on the books.
- Anne of Green Gables (1998), a manga based on Anne of Avonlea.
- Anne & Gilbert (since 2005), a stage production that has been playing since 2005. Its first act is based on Anne of Avonlea, while the second part is based on Anne of the Island. It follows very closely to the books, with only a few minor changes.
- Anne of Avonlea (2008), a German audio drama produced by Titania Medien, adapted into four parts and starring Marie Bierstedt as Anne.
- Green Gables Fables (2014–2016), an American-Canadian web series set in the present day Avonlea. It stars Mandy Harmon as Anne Shirley. Season 1.5 and its transmedia are based on Anne of Avonlea.
- Project Green Gables (2015–2018), a Finnish web series. The second season is based on Anne of Avonlea. It stars Laura Eklund Nhaga as Anne.
Behind the scenesEdit
- Anne of Avonlea is dedicated to Hattie Gordon Smith, Lucy Maud Montgomery's favourite teacher who taught her in Cavendish, Prince Edward Island, when Montgomery was fourteen years old. Miss Gordon was probably the first teacher who helped Montgomery cultivate her writing talent.
- Montgomery began writing this book in winter 1908 and finished it on August 3, 1909.
- The original manuscript of Anne of Avonlea no longer exists.