Livro MARAVILHOSO assim como a série da Netflix Anne with an E.
Livro que vale a pena ser lido, é encantador e delicioso de se ler.
. Tudo parecia confortável demais na vida dos irmãos Matthew e Marilla Cuthbert, proprietários da fazenda Green Gables, mas o coração de Matthew começou a dar sinais de que a idade havia chegado. Em razão disso, decidiram, após muita ponderação, adotar um menino de uns onze anos, para que pudesse ajudar Matthew nos afazeres diários e receber uma educação apropriada. No entanto, a mão da Providência já havia agido em suas vidas e, por um erro de comunicação, uma menina ruiva, sardenta e tagarela chamada Anne foi enviada no lugar do desejado menino. Tão logo chegou a Green Gables, Anne soube do engano, mas com sua imaginação fértil e conversa afiada já havia conquistado a afeição de Matthew. E assim começa a história de suas aventuras pelas fascinantes paisagens de Avonlea, com sua "amiga do peito", Diana, e o desafio da competição intelectual com o inteligente Gilbert Blythe. À medida que Anne é aceita em Green Gables, ela conquista também a admiração de toda a cidade de Avonlea e o encanto do seu rico mundo de sonhos vai conquistar você também.
Mark Rowe (local historian) and Mary Rubio (LMM scholar) holding the new heritage designation plaques for the Norval Manse (b. 1888) and the Caretakers Cottage (b. 1840) | @_haltonhills Mayor Rick Bonnette will unveil these plaques June 2, 2018 so save the date! 📆
Anne of Green Gables, oh, you my unforgettable; forever you will ride in the buggy next to Matthew Cuthbert beneath the blossoming apple trees of Avonlea! ~ Astrid Lindgren 🌿🌸🌿 How many girls across the years and across the world have felt the same about 'the annest of Annes'?
This beautiful quote is from Anne of Avonlea, but it reminds me a little of Narnia, and its juicy winter/spring metaphors. This past season of creating was challenging for me. But I’m repeatedly learning to trust the cycle. Winter doesn’t last forever — there are always sure to be more springs. 🌷Is spring ushering in a season of hope for you?
Entering Green Gables from this direction offers a clearer threshold between the real world of Maud Montgomery and the fictional world of Anne Shirley. Once inside Anne’s home, it’s easy to see a geranium as an old friend (“Bonny!”), or sense the young orphan’s fear when she wasn’t sure if she’d be allowed to stay, or witness her fury at Rachel Lynde for noting how skinny she was and homely and so very red-haired.
From THE LANDSCAPES OF ANNE OF GREEN GABLES: The Enchanting Island that Inspired L. M. Montgomery by Catherine Reid. Photo by Kerry Michaels.
Bookish friends!!! I am back in the #bookstagram saddle here after a trip to Guatemala. The day after I got back, I plunged--happily but wearily--into the fabulous #festivaloffaithandwriting here in Grand Rapids.
So many highlights (getting the 24 hour flu in the middle and missing my session on writing about #adoption was NOT one of them). Loved meeting Jen Hatmaker and giving her my memoir, Anne of Green Gables, My Daughter and Me. Us adoptive mamas gotta stick ❤! But if I could pick one glowing moment, it would be listening to and meeting Madeleine L'engle's wonderful, smart and delightful granddaughters Charlotte and Lena, who have recently come out with Becoming Madeleine, a lovely biography of their beloved "GrandMadeleine". Do you know what I found out? That L'engle was VERY influenced by #lucymaudmontgomery , specifically by Emily of New 🌙!!! This made me so happy, because it makes the most perfect sense. Of COURSE Madeleine got Emily! NATURALLY dreamy, magical Emily inspired dreamy, magical Madeleine!
You guys, I live for these golden nuggets!!! What do you think?? I am floating with this luscious literary revelation. Also, floating from the meds?
Check my story for a picture of me (looking like the Grapes of Wrath) and Charlotte and Lena.
Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
Yes, that Anne of Green Gables. This photo is dedicated to a wonderful six year old who was excited to take pictures of books when I came over to visit my dear friends today=). I asked her to pick her favorite book, and I cant help but admire her taste. I loved these stories as one of the few that featured a fellow #redhead as a protagonist, which is less common than you might think. Usually redheads in fiction are either angry, ugly, or some other negative stereotype.
One of my favourite books growing up was Anne of Green Gables and I’ve always remembered this line from the story (and television movie with my favourite Anne @meg_follows). It’s a great reminder that mistakes aren’t forever and a new day can wipe the slate clean - something I’d love my perfectionist son to understand in life (it took me decades!).
With this awful weather we’re having, maybe it will also inspire Mother Nature! 🌧😂