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By L.M. Montgomery

Anne Shirley is grown up, has married her beloved  Gilbert and now could be the mummy of six mischievous  children.

those girls and boys detect a  special position all their very own, yet they by no means dream  of what is going to take place while the strangest family  moves into an previous close by mansion. The Meredith extended family is  two boys and ladies, with minister father but  no mom -- and a runaway woman named Mary Vance.  Soon the Meredith young children sign up for Anne's little ones in  their inner most hideout to hold out their plans to save  Mary from the orphanage, to assist the lonely  minister locate happiness, and to maintain a puppy hen from  the soup pot. there is continually an event brewing  in the sun-dappled international of Rainbow Valley.

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The air was always full of the harp-like voices of the sea, and the music of gray old trees, and in the spring mornings the choruses of birds in the elms around the two churches sang of life and not of death. The Meredith children loved the old graveyard. Blue-eyed ivy, "garden-spruce," and mint ran riot over the sunken graves. Blueberry bushes grew lavishly in the sandy corner next to the fir wood. The varying fashions of tombstones for three generations were to be found there, from the flat, oblong, red sandstone slabs of old settlers, down through the days of weeping willows and clasped hands, to the latest monstrosities of tall "monuments" and draped urns.

I never had a beau, much less two, and I do not mind now, for being an old maid does not hurt when you get used to it. Millicent's hair always looks to me as if she had swept it up with a broom. " "That may very well be, Mrs. Dr. dear. The Good Book says that favour is deceitful and beauty is vain, but I should not have minded finding that out for myself, if it had been so ordained. I have no doubt we will all be beautiful when we are angels, but what good will it do us then? Speaking of gossip, however, they do say that poor Mrs.

The flower angel has been walking over the world to-day, calling to the flowers. " "Any angels' wings I ever saw were white," said Nan. "The flower angel's aren't. They are a pale misty blue, just like the haze in the valley. Oh, how I wish I could fly. " "One does fly in dreams sometimes," said Di. "I never dream that I'm flying exactly," said Walter. "But I often dream that I just rise up from the ground and float over the fences and the trees. It's delightful--and I always think, 'This ISN'T a dream like it's always been before.

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