|Plot Summary of Anne of Avonlea|
|"Anne has to overcome sexual and personal fears about boyfriends. She has to fight with her best friend over the guy of her dreams. She faces exhaustion."
Anonymous, Resident Scholar
|"Anne Shirley, now a teacher, has still got that admirable enthusiasm and optimistic spirit within her that keeps the reader's spirit up and interested. Even though not all of her students treat her with total respect, Anne still believes that “there is good in every person if you can find it” (pg. 29). She always seems to make out the best of unpleasant situations that come her way. She takes the time to look past the negative subject and searches for an optimistic point instead. This book is full of Anne's ability to handle things with a joyful attitude (for example with the unfortunate conditions of Marilla's eyesight). I would greatly recommend this to all who enjoy experiencing cheerful and humorous feelings while reading, especially kids and young teens and those who have read and enjoyed the first book in this series."
justine, Resident Scholar
|Review Analysis of Anne of Avonlea|
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Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Tone of book?
Time/era of story
Kind of romance:
- GENERAL--no other subplots apply
Is this an adult or child's book?
- Adult or Young Adult Book
- a teen
- White (American)
- Super sensitive soggy jelly muffin
How much descriptions of surroundings?
- 4 ()
Small town people:
- nice, like Andy/Opie/Aunt Bee
- fancy mansion
Sex in book?
What kind of sex:
- descript of kissing
Amount of dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
- significantly more descript than dialog
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the reviewer(s).
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