Anne of Windy Poplars

Our rating: ****

While waiting for Gilbert Blythe to finish school, Anne moves to Summerside, where she takes a job as principal of the high school. She boards with Aunt Kate and Aunt Chatty (they aren’t her aunts), and their housekeeper, Rebecca Dew. However, the Pringles, who control Summerside, don’t want Anne to be the principal, and make sure she knows it. Of course, Anne being who she is, she tries to get over the barrier.

Anne is just as Anne-ish as she is in the first three books. You’ll laugh through this. And L. M. Montgomery loves to make fun of love letters. (You’ll know what I’m talking about once you read it.)

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