Anne's House of Dreams

Anne's House of Dreams

L. M. Montgomery


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In this Anne of Green Gables novel, a beautiful wedding ushers our heroine into the joys and challenges of family life as she moves to a new seaside home.

Years ago, Anne Shirley was a freckle-faced orphan girl and Gilbert Blythe was the schoolboy who taunted her. Now, standing in the Green Gables orchard, they are a young bride and groom with a beautiful life ahead of them, and to be near Gilbert’s medical practice, they move to the seaside village of Four Winds Harbor.

Their charming little house is a dream come true for Anne, and in no time she’s acquainting herself with her new neighbors. But life has more in store for her than the simple pleasures of provincial living. As she and Gilbert start to plan for a family, they embark on a journey of challenges, sorrows, surprises, and celebrations—accruing all the sorts of memories that make a house into a home.


L. M. Montgomery:
L. M. Montgomery (1874–1942) published her first short story at age fifteen. Her debut novel, Anne of Green Gables, was an immediate success and allowed Montgomery to leave her career as a schoolteacher and devote herself to writing. She went on to publish seven sequels starring Anne Shirley and numerous other novels, short stories, and essays.