By Lucy Maud Montgomery
Anne of eco-friendly Gables is all grown up--almost. At 16, Anne has remodeled from pupil to instructor, and she's the recent gigantic sister to seven-year-old twins, quiet Dora and mischievous Davy. A grumpy new neighbor has moved round the corner, and Anne's ally, Diana, is falling in love. regardless of these kind of adjustments, she's nonetheless an identical enjoyable, impulsive Anne--a romantic dreamer with a redheaded temper.
In this sequel to Anne of eco-friendly Gables, teenage Anne Shirley turns into a schoolteacher in a small village on Prince Edward Island.
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No one knew why he slept in his truck. Now we know. The mystery was solved by Bean, P. ” Prairie shook her head. “Fine,” said Bean. “I’ll solve my next mystery alone. ” asked Sophie S. “I can’t tell you, but it’s a good one,” said Bean, crossing her arms. “A really good one,” added Ivy. ” said Sophie S. ” Bean frowned. It wasn’t exactly strange. ” said Ivy. ” 43 Trevor made an I-don’t-believe-you noise. ” “So mysterious that your skin would crawl,” Ivy went on. Bean looked at her, worried. Their skin probably wouldn’t crawl, exactly.
I’ve seen ropes that are way thicker than this,” said Bean. She knelt by the end of the rope and started cutting. “Okay,” she said, when she had finally done it. “This is our sample. ” She stood up. ” asked Dino. “We’re going to find our suspect,” said Bean.
Said Prairie. “It’s not very mysterious,” agreed Dino. Ruby and Trevor, who lived down the street, nodded. They’d come outside when the mailman screamed, but they didn’t think a sleepy mailman was mysterious either. 42 Ivy’s cheeks got pink. “Look! No one knew why he slept in his truck. Now we know. The mystery was solved by Bean, P. ” Prairie shook her head. “Fine,” said Bean. “I’ll solve my next mystery alone. ” asked Sophie S. “I can’t tell you, but it’s a good one,” said Bean, crossing her arms.
Anne of Avonlea (Anne of Green Gables series, Book 2) by Lucy Maud Montgomery