Anne: La Maison aux pignons verts recits pour jeunes lecteurs (Anne of Green Gables: Stories for Young Readers)
Anne Shirley is hot-tempered, melodramatic, impulsive, accident-prone, and one of the best-loved literary characters in the world. From her feud with Gilbert Blythe to her near-drowning in the pond to the incident with the currant wine, Anne's adventures come to life for a whole new generation in Anne of Green Gables: Stories for Young Readers. This French-language adaptation of Lucy Maud Montgomery's Anne of Green Gables, written by Prince Edward Island writer Deirdre Kessler and translated by Jo-Anne Elder, is suitable for readers ages six and up. With twenty-eight colourful, historically accurate illustrations by award-winning illustrator David Preston Smith, Anne of Green Gables: Stories for Young Readers will delight readers too young for chapter books but nonetheless enthralled by the enduring appeal of Montgomery's timeless story.