Anne of the Island (Anne of Green Gables 3)  by L.M. Montgomery  My favorite Anne book.
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L.M. Montgomery mentions the Prince of Wales Martello Tower in Anne of the Island. Blog post on "Anne of Green Gables in Kingsport/Halifax."

L.M. Montgomery mentions the Prince of Wales Martello Tower in Anne of the Island. Blog post on "Anne of Green Gables in Kingsport/Halifax."

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Follow in the footsteps of Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved storybook character, Anne of Green Gables, and discover Canada's picturesque Prince Edward Island.

Follow in the footsteps of Lucy Maud Montgomery's beloved storybook character, Anne of Green Gables, and discover Canada's picturesque Prince Edward Island.

The setting of Anne of Green Gables is Prince Edward Island, Canada. Anne's extended descriptions of the island - of the flowers, woods, trees, ponds, brooks, meadows - everything! make the setting an integral part of the book.

The setting of Anne of Green Gables is Prince Edward Island, Canada. Anne's extended descriptions of the island - of the flowers, woods, trees, ponds, brooks, meadows - everything! make the setting an integral part of the book.

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The most visited place in P.E.I. after Charlottetown (the arrival and departure point for most travellers) is what’s known as Anne’s Land or Green Gables Shore, the north-central shore of the island in and around Cavendish where author Lucy Maud Montgomery spent her childhood and which served as the setting for her popular Anne of Green Gables series of books.

The most visited place in P.E.I. after Charlottetown (the arrival and departure point for most travellers) is what’s known as Anne’s Land or Green Gables Shore, the north-central shore of the island in and around Cavendish where author Lucy Maud Montgomery spent her childhood and which served as the setting for her popular Anne of Green Gables series of books.

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PEI. The Canadian island that inspired "Anne of Green Gables".  A farmhouse surrounded by rows of potato crops in DeSable.

PEI. The Canadian island that inspired "Anne of Green Gables". A farmhouse surrounded by rows of potato crops in DeSable.

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