Download PDF by L.M. Montgomery: Rainbow Valley (Anne of Green Gables, No. 7)

By L.M. Montgomery

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

those girls and boys realize a  special position all their very own, yet they by no means dream  of what is going to occur while the strangest family  moves into an previous within sight mansion. The Meredith extended family is  two boys and women, with minister father but  no mom -- and a runaway lady named Mary Vance.  Soon the Meredith youngsters subscribe to Anne's young 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 constantly an event brewing  in the sun-dappled international of Rainbow Valley.

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They must come and see me soon. " "Oh, at supper they were planning a descent on you. They'll go soon; but they must settle down to school again now. " said Miss Cornelia anxiously. "No--from Rosemary West. I was up last evening to arrange it with her. " "Rosemary holds her own well. " "I thought her very charming. I've never had any real acquaintance with her, you know. " "People always have liked Rosemary West, though they don't understand her," said Miss Cornelia, quite unconscious of the high tribute she was paying to Rosemary's charm.

Mary yielded. She was so weak that she could hardly climb down the ladder, but somehow they got her down and over the field and into the manse kitchen. Aunt Martha, muddling through her Saturday cooking, took no notice of her. Faith and Una flew to the pantry and ransacked it for such eatables as it contained--some "ditto," bread, butter, milk and a doubtful pie. Mary Vance attacked the food ravenously and uncritically, while the manse children stood around and watched her. Jerry noticed that she had a pretty mouth and very nice, even, white teeth.

A visit to Green Gables was always considered a great treat. Aunt Marilla was very good to them, and so was Mrs. " There were jolly playmates there, too--"Uncle" Davy's children and "Aunt" Diana's children. They knew all the spots their mother had loved so well in her girlhood at old Green Gables--the long Lover's Lane, that was pink-hedged in wild-rose time, the always neat yard, with its willows and poplars, the Dryad's Bubble, lucent and lovely as of yore, the Lake of Shining Waters, and Willowmere.

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