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  • Ariana Amavisca

    Anne of Green Gables was my favorite book growing up and I still watch the movies when I'm sick.

  • Linda Price

    Anne of Green Gables - L.M. Montgomery - I picked up this book in 7th grade because the girl on the cover had red hair and I had red hair. I loved Anne and her family (and surprisingly, I loved the movie!)

  • Andrea Gray

    This was my favorite book series when I was little. I hope that if I ever have a little girl, she loves it as much as I did.

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