Anne of Windy Poplars

by L.M. Montgomery

Probably the most interesting thing about this book is that I’d seen the two Anne movies already and was surprised at how much the movies combined characters and plots from Windy Poplars. Of course books are usually more intricate than movie adaptations, but it was fun to get to know the characters from the movies and understand them better. I really liked Rebecca Dew and the two Aunts.

But my favorite thing was Anne’s letters to Gilbert. I’ve been writing letters lately too, to someone far away. And everything seems so dreamy…

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