Rainbow Valley (Paperback)

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Rainbow Valley By Richard S. Hartmetz (Editor), Lucy Maud Montgomery Cover Image
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Description


Now 41 years old, Anne Shirley has been married to Gilbert Blythe for fifteen years and has six mischievous children of her own. When an eccentric widowed minister with four children and a runaway moves in next door, an adventure ensues to keep the girl from being sent to an orphanage and stop a pet rooster from being added to the soup. Join us for the seventh classic adventure in the Anne Shirley saga.

About the Author


Lucy Maud Montgomery was born on November 30, 1874, in Clifton, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Her mother died from tuberculosis when she was a year and a half old and she went to live with her mother's parents, who were extremely strict. She returned to live with her father for a year in 1890, but his second marriage was unhappy, and she left again. That same year though, she had her first poem published in a local paper. In 1893, she attended Prince of Wales College to obtain a teaching certificate and taught in various schools. In 1897, she became engaged, but ended the relationship a year later, finally marrying Ewen MacDonald in 1911, moving to Ontario, eventually having three sons. In 1908, Anne wrote Anne of Green Gables, which became an instant success, leading her to write an additional ten books featuring the same characters and settings. In 1935, her husband retired as a Presbyterian Minister and they moved to a suburb of Toronto. She died on April 24, 1942, at the age of 67, either from a coronary thrombosis, or a drug overdose-suicide, having written 20 novels, 500 short stories, poetry and many other works.
Product Details
ISBN: 9781483922294
ISBN-10: 1483922294
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Publication Date: March 22nd, 2013
Pages: 264
Language: English